Sheep Week continued south over the New South Wales border, for day three of the event.
Headlines declaring the wool market is in a “super cycle” and strong meat sheep prices will ensure there is plenty of traffic around this year’s Sheep Week.
PENOLA-based Warrawindi stud has a clear breeding goal – to help its prime lamb clients make more money, by producing more meat in their flocks.
Tim and Rachel Westblade decided to participate in this year’s Sheep Week to promote the family’s Pastora stud Poll Merinos to potential Victorian clients.
The top genetics of one of the largest Poll Dorset stud flocks in Australia will be on show when the Corcoran family opens the gates during Sheep Week.
Inverbrackie Border Leicester stud principal Lynton Arney is a big believer in using performance recording to take the guesswork out of breeding sheep.
After the success of last year’s inaugural Sheep Week open day, the Hausler family have jumped at the chance to display their Janmac Poll Dorset and White Suffolk rams in this year’s event.