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Mt Gipps Dorper sale sold rams to local and interstate buyers

Image: Toby, Emma, Grace and Ben Palmer, Ivanhoe, Troy Hartman and Ben McVean, Nutrien, and Thomas Edson, Red Rock Dorpers, with Red Rock 21346. Picture supplied.

Bidder competition was strong with rams sold to the local area and interstate at the Mt Gipps Dorper sale, held on-property at Mt Gipps Station, near Broken Hill, on Friday last week.

Rams were offered by studs including Red Rock White Dorpers, Coombe, SA, Brummys Black, Bangham, SA, Australis and Genelink, SA, Glen Park Whites and Ultra Whites, Anabranch South, NSW, Vantablack Dorpers, Spring Ridge, NSW and Bunnerungie White Dorpers, Anabranch South, NSW.

In total 100 of the 121 rams offered sold to average $1335.

The top priced ram, 23-month old White Dorper Red Rock 21346, sold to Ben Palmer, Palapah, Ivanhoe for $3700.

The Roslynmead 200201 son weighed 118 kilograms and had a raw scan of 52 millimetres for eye muscle depth and 6.5mm for fat depth.


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