Amarula Dorpers achieve 96 per cent clearance despite dry conditions

Lucy Kinbacher
Updated February 7 2020 - 7:12pm, first published 6:56pm
Nutrien Studstock's Brad Wilson, Amarula's Justin Kirkby, bulk buyer Lex Jukes, Tregoning, Morven, Qld, and Amarula's Lorroi and Sam Kirkby.
Nutrien Studstock's Brad Wilson, Amarula's Justin Kirkby, bulk buyer Lex Jukes, Tregoning, Morven, Qld, and Amarula's Lorroi and Sam Kirkby.

A focus to attract new producers to invest in Dorper genetics paid off for the Kirkby family of Amarula stud, Gravesend, with the commercial relevance of their stock helping them achieve a near perfect clearance in a tough selling climate.

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Lucy Kinbacher

Lucy Kinbacher

Editor - Queensland Country Life/North Queensland Register

Raised on a cattle property at Biggenden, Lucy Kinbacher has spent 10 years working across metropolitan, regional and rural publications in both Queensland and NSW. Lucy has been the editor of the Queensland Country Life and North Queensland Register since 2021.

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