Clean sweep at show for stud’s clients

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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.

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