Dorper sheep thrive in the out country

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September 13 2017 - 5:00pm
Brendan Duncan moves a mob of of his White Dorpers at "Glen Park", Wentworth. With just 95 millimetres of rain in past 12 months he has cut back ewe numbers to 2500.
Brendan Duncan moves a mob of of his White Dorpers at "Glen Park", Wentworth. With just 95 millimetres of rain in past 12 months he has cut back ewe numbers to 2500.

BRENDAN Duncan watched the Dorper National sale from home at Wentworth in between mustering sheep for marking, but was still able to see the second top-priced Dorper ram sell at $10,500 and be a co-purchaser.

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Mark Griggs

Journalist 0- Central West NSW

Central West and Western editorial reporter living at Wellington and based out of The Land, Dubbo office.

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