Ram sales continue on a roll
STRONG demand has continued the run of good prices at Tasmanian ram sales.
At Daryl, Grace and Molly Cornish’s Cremorne White Suffolk sale the family presented what they believed to be their best line-up.
String demand saw 40 rams sold to a top of $1600 twice and an average of $1070.
Stonehouse Grazing bought the top-priced rams and went on to purchase 13 rams.
Other major buyers were RT & JM Lane from New Norfolk who bought seven rams to a top of $1500 and Bowood Pastoral at Bridport which bought five to a top of $1500.
At the Wallace family’s Trefusis Merino sale the top price was $2200.
The top priced ram was bought by Hanleth at Avoca, which purchased five rams on the day.
There were a number of rams selling for $2000. Biggest volume buyer was Shanagolden Investments, Brambletye at Conara, which bought 13 rams to a top of $2000.
BJ Scott from Tunnack took home four rams also to a top of $2000 and Oakhampton Tasmania from Triabunna and Colchis Pastoral purchasing two rams to a top of $2000.
All up 38 rams sold during the auction making an average of $1290, with six more selling immediately after the sale.