Almondvale tops at $6500 for Polls

Almondvale Polls topped the sale at $6500 to average $2963.

Sheep & Goats
The Routley family Paul, Dallas, Lachlan, Maria and Paul with top price purchasers Richard Davis, Lone Pine, Gouburn and Graham, Angela and Tim Sweeny.

The Routley family Paul, Dallas, Lachlan, Maria and Paul with top price purchasers Richard Davis, Lone Pine, Gouburn and Graham, Angela and Tim Sweeny.

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Almondvale Polls topped the sale at $6500 to average $2963.

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The Routley family's Almondvale Poll And White Suffolk sheep studs at Urana conducted its 34th Poll and 18th White Suffolk sale on Friday in style.

With a large crowd was in attendance, with keen bidding pushing a Poll ram to top the sale at $6500 while the White Suffolk high-seller reached a top of $4500.

Bidding was strong throughout the Poll sale, with buyers commenting on the stylish wool that was wearing extremely well.

A total of 185 rams were offered for an overall sale average was $2099.

In the breakdown, 63 of the 65 poll rams offered sold for an average of $2963 while an increased offering of 30 more White Suffolk rams resulted in a complete clearance of the 120 offered for a $1643 average, with many return clients plus new buyers in attendance.

The sale was conducted by Landmark with Peter Cabot and Tim Woodham as auctioneers.

Full report in next week's The Landnewspaper.

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