Macquarie Dohnes increase sale average from last year by $221 - clear all.

Lisa Duce
By Lisa Duce
Updated September 25 2020 - 12:01am, first published September 22 2020 - 2:47am
Will, John and James Nadin, Felicity Schiller of Macquaie Dohnes with Chris Clemson, Clemson, Hiscox & Co and auctioneer Paul Dooley and the two top priced rams.
Chris Clemson, Clemson Hiscox and Co, Walgett inspecting the first three lots of the sale.
A draft of consistent rams were offered at the 17th annual ram sale at Macquarie Dohnes ram depot at Ballimore.

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Macquarie Dohnes recognise the importance of maintaining the true beliefs of the breed and refuse to sacrifice growth rates, carcase shape and quality, fertility and hardiness for other traits.

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