*49 of 60 rams sold to $3750, av $1709
The 12th annual Mount Yulong Poll Merino stud on-property sale saw rams sell to $3750 and average $1709.
Peter and Daniel Rogers offered 60 rams this year, slightly fewer than 2019 and achieved a clearance rate of 82 per cent.
Daniel Rogers said the sale was a "bit flat" compared with the 2019 sale.
"It's been a funny year preparing for the sale because we rely so much on the shows and Sheepvention - which didn't happen," he said
"We had a couple of new buyers, which was nice, and we had our regular clients, but they bought fewer rams this year.
"It's a general swing towards using more terminal sires this year - and we are just the same.
"We were happy with the line-up which was the best we have ever put up and people commented on that."
He said a lot of long term clients bought better rams than they ever had for less money.
The top ram was bought by long time client Peter Remfrey, Stavely, whose flock came third in the McLennan-McColl Flock of the Year competition this year.
The ram had a micron of 19.9 a standard deviation (SD) of 3.1 micron, a co-efficient variation (CV) of 15.8 per cent and a comfort factor (CF) of 99.1pc.
The same buyer had stepped in earlier to buy lot one of the sale for $2500. The ram had a 17.6 micron fleece, SD of 2.7 micron, CV of 15.5pc and CF of 99.9pc
Buyer of five rams to a top of $3000 and average of $2100, was AB & SM Bell, Mockinya. The top ram was lot five a 20.8 micron ram with a SD of 3.5 microns, CV of 16.7pc and CF of 98.4pc.
Another ram to make $3000 was lot 40 bought by KJ Andrews. The ram had a 17.3 micron fleece with an SD of 2.7 microns, a CV of 15.7pc and CF of 100pc. The same buyer paid $2750 for lot 10, a ram with a 17.8 micron fleece, an SD of 2.4 micron, CV of 14.3pc and CF of 98.5pc.
Another ram to make $2750 was lot 20 which was one of a draft of 16 rams purchased by WD, RG & NW Robinson, Edenhope. The ram had a fleece measurement of 20.2 microns, SD of 2.9 micron, CV of 14.2pc and CF of 99.6pc.
Lot 58 also went for $2750, purchased by the Dungloe Partnership, Coojar. The ram had a 18.1 micron fleece and measured an SD of 2.6 micron, CV of 14.6pc and a CF of 99.8pc.
Agents were Nutrien Ag and Arcadian Wool.