Clean sweep at show for stud’s clients
THE operators of Penrise stud say now is a fantastic time to be in the lamb and mutton industry.
They say with prices at an all time high and looking good for the future, this should supply farmers with a well-earned cash flow.
At the recent Royal Hobart Show carcass competition Penrise ram clients enjoyed considerable success.
The stud’s clients claimed first, second and third places in the trade-lamb class as well as second in the heavyweight class. The stud all concerned.
The Penrise operators say throughout the year top prices have also been recorded many times in the saleyard as well.
They say this year’ s draft of rams are of the usual high quality showing the attributes the stud is known for.
These traits include ease of lambing, muscling and optimum fat cover and fast growth.
The operators are confident the sale rams are sure to sire lambs that survive and thrive.
Penrise only invests in the congratulates best genetics available so that clients can reap the benefits with strong phenotype backed by good figures.
The stud will hold its 49th annual sale on November 13.
The on-property sale will run from 1.30pm and include a a barbecue lunch and refreshments.
Matt Stirling from Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health will also attend on sale day in order to discuss producers’ animal health requirements and give away some prizes on the day.