Egelabra clears all 184 rams for $2632 average

Egelabra clears all 184 rams for $2632 average


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Ram tops at $16,000 while another buyer takes home their 750th ram.

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The $16,000 Egelabra sale-topper with Brad Wiulson, Landmark, Dubbo; Dave Motley and Campbell Keene of Gerar Station, Nyngan; Paul Dooley, Tamworth auctioneer; Tom Cameron holds the ram with Egelabra manager, Cam Munro.

The $16,000 Egelabra sale-topper with Brad Wiulson, Landmark, Dubbo; Dave Motley and Campbell Keene of Gerar Station, Nyngan; Paul Dooley, Tamworth auctioneer; Tom Cameron holds the ram with Egelabra manager, Cam Munro.

A mammoth 184 rams sold in an auction total clearance to $16,000 and $2632 average at the 33rd annual Egelabra Merino stud sale at Warren yesterday.

The sale-topper went to long-time Egelabra client David Lowe, “Yoorooga”, Yeoval, who will use the ram within his Gerar Station flock near Nyngan.

Ten specially selected rams averaged $6600 while the remaining 174 averaged $2404 and topped at $5500.

This ram sold to Oliver and Phillip Wythes, Rockdale Merinos, Canowindra.

Rams sold the three states and a milestone was laid when one of Egelabra’s longest buying clients, Womboin Station, Girilambone, purchased its 750th ram among their purchases of 22 head at this sale.

Full report in The Land October 20 edition.

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