TAMWORTH based Dorper and White Dorper stud, Nomuula, has taken out the top awards again this year at the 2019 Eastern Region Show and Sale held at Dubbo.
Nomuula stud principal Cherilyn Lowe claimed the most successful exhibitor awards for both the Dorpers and White Dorpers.
"We worked very hard to get the genetics, sound confirmation and true to breed standards," Mrs Lowe said.
The broad ribbons started with their junior champion Dorper ewe, Nomuula 180044. Nomuula 180100 received the reserve champion.
They also took out the senior champion Dorper ewe with Nomuula 170062 who was later sashed grand champion Dorper ewe.
The stud then took their White Dorpers to the mat to achieve champion junior White Dorper ewe with Nomuula 180023 and reserve champion White Dorper with Nomuula 160036.
Champion senior White Dorper was Nomuula 160036 who was also awarded the grand champion sash.
Other studs of note in the ewe section were Old Munbilla who took out the reserve champion senior Dorper ewe and Harewood Dorpers who received reserve champion senior White Dorper.
In the ram section, Nomuula 180054 was junior champion Dorper ram, with AA Wattle 180012 claiming the reserve title.
Senior champion ram was Prieska 170696, who took the grand champion Dorper ram honour with Tuckeroo 170133, the top priced ram of the sale was reserve champion.
Harewood 180018 was selected as the junior champion White Dorper ram.
Senior champion White Dorper ram was also a Harewood ram, Harewood 16005, who was sashed grand champion White Dorper ram with Nomuula 170236 running for reserve champion.
Judge Justin Kirkby of Amarula Dorpers at Gravesend felt the sheep were of an outstanding quality.
"It was really pleasing, all of the sheep deserved their placings and were a great representation of the breed," he said.
Dubbo College's Delroy campus teacher David Piper attended with 27 students from their agricultural program who assisted studs in both the show and sale.
"We would like to thank the Dorper society for the opportunity that they give the kids," he said.
Newly elected president Sharon Hibbons thought it was a good show.
"The sheep were all of a high quality and deserved the ribbons they got," she said.
"The students that helped here are absolutely outstanding. We would like to sponsor them at the two-day junior school held at Amarula Dorpers in September to thank them for all the work they do."