We are a family run business focusing on breeding a heavier cutting, dual purpose Poll Merino carrying quality wool on a supple skin and large frame. Established in 1963, One Oak Poll has been breeding Poll Merinos for over 50 years. We are solely focused on breeding Poll Merinos for ourselves and our clients and are passionate about what we do.
Located 45kms North of Jerilderie NSW, our stock are run predominately on native Riverina grasslands, Boree and Saltbush. Our sheep are bred to survive and thrive in a tough environment.
We hope to see you at our Annual Ram Sale on Friday the 27th of September 2019.
Rachel Canfield loves knitting and crocheting and wanted to spin the wool grown on her parent’s property, Yuruga Plains, into yarn for her own use. But once spun, the wool was too good to keep just for herself and so Rachel decided she was going to share this product with others. After seeking out the […]
One Oak Poll clients, The Malone family from “Gredgwin” Boort have won Reserve Champion Commercial Performance Fleece at the 2019 Australian Sheep and Wool Show, for the second consecutive year. The 18.5 micron fleece, with a greasy fleece weight of 5.4 kgs (69.7% yield) was grown in 34 weeks and was valued at $90.77.
The 24th annual Lale Cargelligo Maiden Merino Ewe Compettion was held on Friday February 1st, 2019, with eight competitors from Naradhan, Rankin Springs, Weethalle, Gubbata, Kikioira, Ungarie and Tullibigeal localities. First place was awarded to the Carruthers family of “Millbank” Tullibigeal who presented a flock of 20 micron One Oak Poll Merino ewes which the […]
34 registered buyers from QLD, VIC and NSW saw a 100 pc clearance of the 94 rams offered at One Oak Poll’s 2018 auction. The sale averaged $2226 with a top of $6000. 24 March Shorn rams averaged $3020 and topped at $6000 and the following 70 paddock run rams averaged $1953. The top priced […]
Long standing One Oak Poll clients Phillip and Vicki Hill from “Pynvue” Kikoira set a new Australian record for Merino lambs, at Griffith store sale in July, 2018. The Hills sold a line of 48 Merino wether lambs for $252, which currently stands as the national record. This season the Hills have averaged over $220 […]