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White Suffolks from Wingamin

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Wingamin  are located near Karoonda, in South Australia's Murray Mallee region. This region witnesses a rainfall of about 325 millimetres, aiding its main farming operations like sheep and wool production and cereal growing. Wingamin registered their White Suffolk stud in 1988. According to Wingamin, White Suffolks are adaptable, versatile and also have the ability to perform in tough Malle conditions. A White Suffolk stud grows quickly and also accomplishes the target weight without becoming overweight.

The property and flock of Wingamin achieved the MN 3 status under the OJD Market Assurance Program. The property and its animals also display resistance against Brucellosis disease. As per the Bendigo-Hamilton show report, Wingamin won awards in the Supreme Interbreed Prime Lamb group of one ram and two ewes under the age group of 1.5 years.

According to the 2006 Royal Adelaide Show results, rams and lambs of Wingamin have won the objective measurement class which evaluates weight gain fat and muscle measurement. The lambs of Wingamin have been performing well by demonstrating their commercial viability.

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