Landmark auctioneer Rick Power with Michael McCormack, Schute Bell, who purchased the $4000 second-highest price Boudjah ram on behalf of Ron Hardy, Sutton, and Boudjah principal, Michael Green.
Held at Cooma show grounds last week, the offering at the 37th annual Monaro White Wool multi-vendor sale attracted a great deal of interest fromthe four studs of Boudjah, Snowy Plain, Snow Valeand Main Range.
Landmark stud stock and auctioneer, Rick Power, Grenfell, said the sale always attracts a large crowd and allows local buyers to buy out of either fine, fine/medium, and medium wool lines.
Michael Green’s Boudjah Merino stud recorded the top-price with New England producers E.C. andM.P. Sisson, “Lone Pine”, Guyra, paying $4500 for a 20.7-micron ram from the One Oak National bloodline.
The second highest price ram came from the Steve Tozer’s Main Range stud with E.G. Gregory, “Freshford”, Tharwa, securing the 17.6-micron son of Roseville Park 2792 for $4200.
Michael and Katrina Hedger’s offering reached highs of $3750 in the Snowy Plain draft for a ram secured by Dooerdown Pastoral Company, Brit Brit, Victoria.
In the Snowy Vale Poll Merino draft $2600 was the top dollar. purchased by Coolamatong Partnership, “Coolamatong”, Berridale.
Main Range lead the averages recording $2048 for a complete clearance of the 21 rams offered.
Boudjah sold 68 of the 73 offered to average $1513 and Snowy Plains sold 14 of 18 offered recording an average of $1396.
Snow Vale averaged $1229 for 14 of the 20 offered.
Wandella Pastoral Company, “Wandella”, Goulburn, purchased three rams from the Main Range offering with a top-price of $3400 reached for an average price of $2433.
Also purchasing Main Range sheep was Connorville Station, Cressy, Tasmania, who secured three rams to average $2067, paying to a top of $2400.
While both Fraser Bros, “Thornleigh”, Adaminaby, and Peter Vlandis, Avonside, put together drafts of three Main Range rams to average $2000 and $1733 respectively.
Coonerang Estate, “Coonerang”, Cooma, led the volume buyers taking home 11 Boudjah rams to an average price of $1786 and topping at $2750.
Eastleigh Pastoral Company, Goulburn, paid to $2500 as they put together seven of the Boudjah rams for an average of $1643.
Emma Jefferson, Kybeyan, brought well securing five Boudjah rams at $800 each.
Volume buyers from the Snowy Plains and Snow Vale offerings included Coolamatong Partnership, “Coolamatong”, Berridale, who purchased five rams for an average of $1600 and Dooerdown Pastoral Company, Brit Brit, Vic, who averaged $2250 for three rams.
The sale was conducted by Landmark and Monaro Livestock and Property with Rick Power and Pat Cleaver sharingthe auctioneering duties.
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