Showing very good figures along with a 17.4 micron test, this ram is a sire to style up wool clips and give good frame size.
Elders Sale Ram No. 1:
Station tag Black192; Shearing tag M34254
Micron 16.9; SD 2.5; CV 14.8; Comf 99.9%; SpinF 15.7
This horn ram is from the Gray’s Hill (NZ) P6 Merrignee family, the same as the Landmark No 1 ram.
This ram is a high quality superfine sire, with good frame size, square stance, width through the legs and well set on his feet. What sets this sire to have influence over superfine clips is his quality fleece – very distinctive crimp definition along with correct fleece alignment. He has white, bright wool with staple length and is well covered through his underline, coupled with a soft handle and good thickness of fleece, plus low figures, this sire is very suitable for superfine stud and flock sheep.
Elders Sale Ram No. 2:
Station tag Black 052; Shearing tag M34250
Micron 17.2; SD 2.2; CV 12.8; Comf 99.9%; SpinF 15.8
This sire is from our A.I. program using the sire Glenpaen “Magic”. He shows the high profit traits of large wool cut with low micron – the reason we have used “Magic” in our breeding programs.
Plenty of soft handling, bulky fleece with very stylish crimp definition of bright and white wool showing very good lustre. He has very good fleece cover all through his underline and down his legs, along with a very good frame size and square stance. This is a merino sire to bulk up fleece weights and keep up the wool quality.