Yasloc Poll Dorsets achieve pleasing clearance

Yasloc Poll Dorset ram sale hits $1000 top


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Yasloc's Nick Say with top price buyer Hugh McCowen of Tenterfield High School and Colin Say and Co's Shad Bailey with the top price ram.

Yasloc's Nick Say with top price buyer Hugh McCowen of Tenterfield High School and Colin Say and Co's Shad Bailey with the top price ram.

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Repeat buyers and support from local schools saw 107 rams sold at the on-property sale near Glen Innes on Friday.

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Repeat buyers and support from local school agriculture programs helped the Yasloc Poll Dorset stud achieve a 71 per cent clearance near Glen Innes on Friday.

The Say family offered 150 rams in total with 107 sold for an average of $614 and a top of $1000 twice. 

In a further breakdown, 81 of 120 two tooth rams averaged $594 while the offering of ram lambs proved popular with 26 of 30 rams averaging $678.

A pen of stud sires were offered first with Tenterfield High School paying $1000 for a son of Marocara 49/15 for his eating quality and growth.

He had a post weaning weight (PWT) of 16.7 and an eating quality (EQ) of 141.

W and S Press, Wymeanda, Uralla, also paid the sale top of $1000 for a son of Farrer 96/15 with a PWT of 18.4 and 140 EQ. 

The sale was conducted by Colin Say and Co with Shad Bailey as auctioneer. 

Read the full report in The Land

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