Buyers eye Boughen's best

By Ian Turner
Updated December 31 2015 - 9:08am, first published August 8 2013 - 4:00am
TOP TWO: Taking a closer look at the two highest price rams at the Kamora Netley Park Poll Merino ram sale are Landmark auctioneer Gordon Wood, Gail and Roger Duell with the ram they bought for $4000, sale vendor Justin Boughen, Brian Boughen, Borrika, holding the $4200 top price ram he bought, and Murray Greenfield, Landmark Karoonda.
TOP TWO: Taking a closer look at the two highest price rams at the Kamora Netley Park Poll Merino ram sale are Landmark auctioneer Gordon Wood, Gail and Roger Duell with the ram they bought for $4000, sale vendor Justin Boughen, Brian Boughen, Borrika, holding the $4200 top price ram he bought, and Murray Greenfield, Landmark Karoonda.

IN introducing the offering of big, plain-bodied Poll Merinos to the large Kamora Netley Park sale crowd at the Sandalwood venue, Landmark auctioneer Leo Redden said 2012 and 2013 had been breakout years for the stud.

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