Six-month shearing cycle pays dividends -Farm Weekly

By MAL GILL

HOGGET lambs producing 110 millimetre long wools in only nine months of a low feed year like this is considered an endorsement of their methods by the Wilkinson family, Badgingarra.

Their Challara Merino stud and commercial hogget lambs, shorn in December, and ewes, shorn in late March, went through the shearing shed again five weeks ago and produced 84 bales of wool sold at the Western Wool Centre (WWC) on Thursday last week.

Download the full article Farm Weekly -26 Oct 2017

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