Ram sales con­tinue on a roll

Tasmanian Country - - THE STOCK REPORT -

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.

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