Sales

Our 2020 ram sale is to be held on property – Friday the 25th of September

Our 2019 ram sale saw a clearance of 101 rams for an average of $2069.31, topping at $6000, three times.
The Auction begins at 1pm, with inspections from 10am. morning tea and lunch provided.

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Two of the three $6000 One Oak Poll sale-toppers with Amelia, Alistair and Natasha Wells, and buyers Helen and Mark Hoskinson and their grandson, from "Fernleigh", Kikiora.

Two of the three $6000 One Oak Poll sale-toppers with Amelia, Alistair and Natasha Wells, and buyers Helen and Mark Hoskinson and their grandson, from “Fernleigh”, Kikiora.

Natasha and Lachlan Wells with Michael Green, "Boudjah"Cooma, holding the top priced ram at the 2018 on-property auction, purchased for $6000

Natasha and Lachlan Wells with Michael Green, “Boudjah”Cooma, holding the top priced ram at the 2018 on-property auction, purchased for $6000

Dick and Caroline Gavel, Gulgo, Condobolin purchased the top priced ram, Lot.1 for $9500

Dick and Caroline Gavel, “Gulgo” Condobolin purchased the top priced ram, Lot.1 for $9500 and Lot 4, for $3500 at the 2017 on-property auction. Photo courtesy of “The Land”

$10,000 top priced ram at 2016 on-property auction

Clyde McKenzie, Elders, Harry Stonnill, Michael Elmes, Smart Stock, Narrandera, Alistair Wells and Victor Stonnill, “Cocketgedong”, with the top priced ram at the 2016 on-property auction, purchased for $10,000. Photo courtesy of “The Land”

Alistair and Natasha Wells holding the top priced ram sold for $6500 to Dick and Caroline Gavel of Gulgo, Condobolin at the 2016 on property auction.

Alistair and Natasha Wells with purchasers of the top priced ram sold to Dick and Caroline Gavel for $6500 at the 2015 on property auction. Photo courtesy of “The Land”

B-13014 bendigo sold privately to the Brady family, "Stavely Park" Vic for $10,000 at Bendigo Sheep Show in 2014

OOP sire B-13014 sold privately to the Brady family, “Stavely Park” Vic for $10,000 at Bendigo Sheep Show in 2014. OOP Blue 13014 was sold privately for $10,000 to the Brady family from Stavely Park, Vic.They were impressed by his volume of wool and supple skin, purity, soft muzzle and very correct body shape. The rams had a very clean poll and excellent figures of 18.4 micron, 3.1 standard deviation and a 99.9 comfort factor

Top price ram at One Oak Poll 2014 on property auction

Top price ram at One Oak Poll 2014 on property auction. Classer, Michael Elmes, Smart Stock, Narrandera, Natue Pastoral Company partner Liz Robinson, “Natue” Booligal; Natue P/C mananger Daryl Harrison, and Alistair Wells.

Top price ram at One Oak Poll 2013 auction.

The $4000 top priced ram at 2013 on property auction. Alistair and Natasha Wells with Ted green “Boudjah” Photo courtesy of Cara Jefferey The Land