Wethers meet strong demand

Updated October 11 2016 - 7:15pm, first published October 7 2016 - 5:06pm
STRONG ATTENDANCE: There was a big crowd on the rails for a run of 1.5-year-old ewes at Jamestown. Young ewes made to $205 at the sale.
STRONG ATTENDANCE: There was a big crowd on the rails for a run of 1.5-year-old ewes at Jamestown. Young ewes made to $205 at the sale.

JAMESTOWN

TRIP ACROSS: Hanging out on the rails were Eyre Peninsula lads Rhett Morrow, Darke Peak, and EP Livestock & Real Estate Wudinna's Henry Zwar.
TRIP ACROSS: Hanging out on the rails were Eyre Peninsula lads Rhett Morrow, Darke Peak, and EP Livestock & Real Estate Wudinna's Henry Zwar.

Yarding: 16,000

HAPPY SELLERS: Margie and Brian Rowe, Wolhalla Station, Hawker, were very happy with the sale of their wethers, which made to $110.
HAPPY SELLERS: Margie and Brian Rowe, Wolhalla Station, Hawker, were very happy with the sale of their wethers, which made to $110.

Wethers to $124

1.5yo ewes to $205 

TOP EWES: Allen Kelly, Glen Holme, Manoora, with ewes from his client Indoota Pastoral Co, Riverton, that made the young ewe top price of $205.
TOP EWES: Allen Kelly, Glen Holme, Manoora, with ewes from his client Indoota Pastoral Co, Riverton, that made the young ewe top price of $205.

5.5yo ewes to $160

Crossbred lambs to $116

BIDDERS competed strongly on wethers at the Jamestown market on Thursday last week, with prices reaching $124 for woolly types.

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