Spring drop ram goes for $80,000 at Lachlan Merinos sale

Denis Howard
Updated September 21 2022 - 10:18am, first published 8:30pm
With the top priced lot are Elders' Scott Thrift, Nutrien's Brad Wilson, Lachlan Merino's Campbell and Mitchell (kneeling) Rubie, Elders' Martin Simmons, Nutrien's John Settree, and Lachlan Merino's Margot and Glen Rubie. Photo: Denis Howard
With the top priced lot are Elders' Scott Thrift, Nutrien's Brad Wilson, Lachlan Merino's Campbell and Mitchell (kneeling) Rubie, Elders' Martin Simmons, Nutrien's John Settree, and Lachlan Merino's Margot and Glen Rubie. Photo: Denis Howard

Despite being forced to relocate it's sale due to weather causing on-property access issues, Lachlan Merinos enjoyed a very strong 17th annual ram sale, setting a new record for top priced lot and achieving a 98 per cent clearance.

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Denis Howard

Denis Howard

Senior Journalist, The Land

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