Merino leads prove value

By Louise McBride
Updated December 31 2015 - 9:16am, first published March 17 2012 - 3:30am
WISE CHOICE: Broken Hill pastoralist Colin Clare is relativley new to the pastoral game. He has run Merinos for 14 years and the reason for choosing Merinos and wool was simple: "We had a look around the region to see what the leading graziers were doing, and found they were all involved with Merinos," he said. "So that is what we got into."
WISE CHOICE: Broken Hill pastoralist Colin Clare is relativley new to the pastoral game. He has run Merinos for 14 years and the reason for choosing Merinos and wool was simple: "We had a look around the region to see what the leading graziers were doing, and found they were all involved with Merinos," he said. "So that is what we got into."

LOYAL Merino breeders in the Western Division of New South Wales are reaping the rewards of sticking with the breed as sheep and wool prices continue upwards, back-to-back good seasons, and continuous rain.

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