SUF­FOLK

Countryman - - WAGIN WOOLORAMA - Rueben Hale

Pamellen stud was awarded the grand cham­pion Suf­folk sash for a ewe that showed “all the best prime lamb had to of­fer”.

Stud co-prin­ci­pal Pam Hink­ley said she fan­cied the classy young fe­male, whose mother pro­duced a cham­pion Suf­folk at last year’s com­pe­ti­tion.

“She was sired by Pamellen Yabba,” she said.

Judge Roy Ad­dis said the Pamellen’s en­try dis­played a highly de­sir­able set of traits.

“The an­i­mal won be­cause of its great length, ter­rific loin and struc­tural cor­rect­ness,” he said.

“Pamellen should be ex­tremely proud of breed­ing sheep that con­form to the ideal as­pects of what should be seen as highly de­sir­able to the Suf­folk breed, and it is an ab­so­lute credit to them that they have pro­duced such a fine ex­am­ple.”

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