Who said Merino Ewes couldn’t count?

  • July 7, 2016
  • Trent Carter

Sceptics doubting the role of merinos in Australia’s modern sheep industry have good reason to reconsider their views in the wake of exceptional results achieved by a Wimmera stud. Wallaloo Park Merinos based at Marnoo has recorded some of its best results since the stud started in 1979. Stud principal Trent Carter said figures across … Continue reading Who said Merino Ewes couldn’t count?

2018 Dates

  • February 18, 2018
  • Trent Carter

2018 is a year that you will see us out & about! With exciting new progeny from our leading sires & the expansion of our Walladale family line, we are more excited than Geelong with the return of Gary Ablett Jnr. This year we are tagging both ewes & rams for both Show and Display sites around … Continue reading 2018 Dates

2017 Sale Report

  • February 18, 2018
  • Trent Carter

Total clearance of 180 rams, to $22,000, av $3,379. The heaviest cutting ram from the Wallaloo Park draft attracted the top price at the Marnoo stud’s annual sale. Roemahkita Poll Merino, Cummins, South Australia, bought the Banavie Rifle son for $22,000. Stud principal Joe Dahlitz said he had been buying Wallaloo Park rams for about 18 years, to compliment animals from Leahcim and Kamora Park, … Continue reading 2017 Sale Report

2018 On Property Sale Catalogue

  • September 2, 2018
  • Trent Carter

    Click to open the Front Cover           Click to open a PDF version       Click to download an Excel version     If you would like a detailed list of all ASBVs with accuracies please click here    Please note:      There maybe some changes made prior to the … Continue reading 2018 On Property Sale Catalogue

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