585 VGQ Australian White Dorper Ewes & 528 Lambs at Foot

Longreach

Auctionsplus Tuesday 30th April 1pm QLD Time

  • Sex:
    • Ewe
    • Lamb
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  • Quantity
  • Quantity:585 x 528
  • Other Info
  • Delivery Point:On Property

Livestock Description

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Jack Brodie

  • T: 07 4657 0694 Winton Office
  • M: 0437 188 636

585 VGQ Australian White Dorper Ewes with 528 Australian White Sired Lambs at Foot. These Ewes are in strong forward store to fat condition. They are mostly large frame, long bodied ewes. Age breakup is 2013 x 3%. 2014 x 62%. 2015 x 32%. 2016 x 2%. 2017 x 1%. The Lambs were earmarked, tagged and rings put on the Ram Lambs at Assessment. None of the Lamb’s tails have been docked. There are approx 4% of Ewes with long tails. There was 1 Black headed Dorper Ewe observed in the mob, approx 3% of lambs with black or brown pelts and 1 lamb with Horns. Approximately 0.5% of the ewes throw back to their Merino base, therefore are not clean shedders. There was 1 Ewe noticed with a lumpy udder on 1 side. The other teat was fully functional with little detriment to her lamb. There was 1 Ewe with a small cyst and another with a small hernia on their flanks not affecting their performance. Parallel assessment with Damian Pollett.

585 VGQ Australian White Dorper Ewes with 528 Australian White Sired Lambs at Foot. These Ewes are in strong forward store to fat condition. They are mostly large frame, long bodied ewes. Age breakup is 2013 x 3%. 2014 x 62%. 2015 x 32%. 2016 x 2%. 2017 x 1%. The Lambs were earmarked, tagged and rings put on the Ram Lambs at Assessment. None of the Lamb’s tails have been docked. There are approx 4% of Ewes with long tails. There was 1 Black headed Dorper Ewe observed in the mob, approx 3% of lambs with black or brown pelts and 1 lamb with Horns. Approximately 0.5% of the ewes throw back to their Merino base, therefore are not clean shedders. There was 1 Ewe noticed with a lumpy udder on 1 side. The other teat was fully functional with little detriment to her lamb. There was 1 Ewe with a small cyst and another with a small hernia on their flanks not affecting their performance. Parallel assessment with Damian Pollett.