Welcome to Ridgway Merinos

 

2019 Annual On Property Sale

Was held on Monday August 12th.

Ridgway would like to thank all buyers and underbidders for your tremendous support at our recent Ram Sale. We sold 140 rams in the main auction to a top of $12,600 and an average of $2,448.  A further 32 rams were sold in the mini auction at an average of $866.

>> Click here to view full sale report


The Ridgway stud motto is ‘Ridgway – the Right Way’ and is something we passionately believe in and pursue every day.

We trust this introduction to our business will give you a meaningful insight into our productive Poll Merino sheep enterprise based at Lameroo in South Australia. We invite you to follow up with any further enquiries you may have and hope that if not already a Ridgway client, that at some stage you will inspect and invest in our genetics and then join the many other successful Ridgway clients.

The typical Ridgway sheep of today are big, plain and deep bodied, clean pointed, sound structured and highly fertile.  They carry long stapled, free growing and deeply crimped fine medium wools on thin, wrinkle free and loose skins. We have put selection emphasis on these traits for well over a decade as part of our continual genetic improvement program.

From a total sheep productivity and profitability perspective, we are confident that these are the types that will perform exceptionally well across a total range of environs; as evidenced by Ridgway clients who operate from the vast and lower rainfall pastoral areas of South Australia and New South Wales through to 750mm rainfall districts in the southern areas of Australia.

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2019 Classings Sale Team

Monday 2nd September, Murray Bridge

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Private Sale Rams

We still have plenty of good quality Dual Purpose, Poll Merino Rams available for private selection. $800 and $600 grades. Please contact us for more information.

 

2019 Ridgway Newsletter

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