Boost in average at Narcoota ram sale

Boost in average at Narcoota ram sale

News
Nutrien Pfitzner & Kleinig's Kip Dunstan with equal top price ram buyer Steven Strauss, Nutrien Ag Solutions auctioneer Glen Keast, fellow top price ram buyer Nelson Lewis with partner Courtney Jensen and stud principal Tim Grosser.

Nutrien Pfitzner & Kleinig's Kip Dunstan with equal top price ram buyer Steven Strauss, Nutrien Ag Solutions auctioneer Glen Keast, fellow top price ram buyer Nelson Lewis with partner Courtney Jensen and stud principal Tim Grosser.

Aa

The Grosser family sold 34 rams from 46 offered at their Narcoota sale in Eudunda, averaging $1052.

Aa

THE Grosser family were pleased to sell 34 rams from 46 offered at their Narcoota ram sale in Eudunda on Thursday last week, for an average price of $1052 - a $161 increase on the 2019 sale.

This year, lot 1 made the equal sale top price of $2000 purchased by return clients SJ&TD Strauss, Mannum.

This ram weighed 112 kilograms and had an attractive fleece testing 18.8 micron.

The same price was paid by Nelson Lewis for the first of the June-drop rams, which had a fleece weight that was 20 per cent above the flock mean and a fibre diameter of 20.2M.

Three largest volume buyers were the Jaeger Family Trust, Eudunda; the Sobey family of Blanchetown; and PJ Lee of Kulkami. Each of these businesses purchased five rams.

A further five rams sold following the sale.

Nutrien Pfitzner & Kleinig conducted the sale, with Glen Keast as the auctioneer.

  • Start the day with all the big news in agriculture. Sign up here to receive our daily Stock Journal newsletter.
Aa

From the front page

Sponsored by