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Semen sires at Tara Park Merino Stud

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Tara Park Merino Stud  produces healthy strong sires for sales. The TP7338, TP8025, TP8094, TP181, TP7383 and TP9362 are few of the semen sires that have won champion awards at various shows. TP7338 sire from Tara Park Merino Stud, weighs 131 kilo grams. It is a strong sires head with pure white muzzle.

TP7338 has rich wool, growing on an exceptionally supple skin. The body of TP7338 is well built with tremendous cover, bone and hocks. TP7338 was born on august 1997, and today he is producing a high rate of top progeny with negligible culls. TP7338 has won Grand Champion Ram at Goulburn.

TP8025 from Tara Park Merino Stud was born on May 1998. Today, it weighs around 142 kilograms, its fleece weighs 16.1 kilograms. TP8025 sire carries a massive staple of soft, well nourished wool. Currently, the progeny of TP8025 are showing enormous potential. TP8025 has won several awards including champion medium wool - August shorn at Goulburn, Boorowa and Sydney, Supreme Medium Wool Exhibit at Bendigo, New South Wales Supreme Merino and Australian Supreme Merino 2000.

TP8094 sire from Tara Park Merino Stud was born in 1998, he is a member of the winning 2000 New South Wales state pair. TP8094 sire is a big upstanding ram, with a long straight backline, good head and bone and stands very square. His wool is well nourished with quality style and colour.

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