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Willalooka Fine Poll Merinos from Willalooka

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Willalooka Fine Poll Merinos is a part of the Willalooka group that specialises in large framed sheep. The wool of Willalooka Fine Poll Merinos has a standard deviation that is as low as 1.8u and CV approaching 10 percent. Willalooka Fine Poll Merinos is located in mid South East of South Australia.

The commercial flock of Willalooka Fine Poll Merinos started the use of conventional large framed cutting ewes from South as well as rams from South mid north Australian pastoral area. The Lorelmo sheep offered by Willalooka Fine Poll Merinos is an exclusive line of sheep that are developed by John Cordingley Snr.

The Lorelmo sheep from Willalooka Fine Poll Merinos offer wool with an average of 6 kilogram of 15 to 16 micron wool in the mountains near Walcha New South Wales. The average rainfall in this area is about 150 millimetres. The genetics offered by Willalooka Fine Poll Merinos are well known to numerous wool breeders. The Willalooka Lorelmo sheep have fine micron with soft white wool. During 2007, Willalooka Fine Poll Merinos offered about 85 Rams for sale.

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