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Merino and cattle breeding from Egelabra Merino Stud

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Egelabra Merino Stud  offers quality medium-fine wool Merinos. Egelabra Merino Stud was established in the year 1906 and at present, consists of 40,000 sheep and 3,000 cattle. The stud is located on 26,000 hectares of prime grazing country which is located near Warren, New South Wales. Egelabra Merino Stud annually produces more than 7.5-8 kilogram of wool per head with an average 20.5 micron.

Egelabra Merino Stud produces more than 2000 rams annually which are meant for sale. Egelabra Merino Stud retains 100 rams with the studs in order to ensure that the exclusive characteristics of Egelabra lineage are preserved. The directors of Egelabra Merino Stud hold diverse range of skills, knowledge and experience which helps them to ensure the long standing continued success as a superior closed-stud.

Classers of Egelabra Merino Stud play a very important role in stud Merino breeding. Classers of Egelabra Merino Stud hold diverse range of experience on different type of sheep which would help to lift the average stock and provide better commercial result. Bill Bailey was an Eagelabra’s classer who controlled the breeding of more Spanish Merino studs as well as flocks.

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