Sound rams with uniform structure

TOP RAMS: Robert has put a lot of time over the past 30 years into breeding the standard of White Suffolk he does today.
TOP RAMS: Robert has put a lot of time over the past 30 years into breeding the standard of White Suffolk he does today.

Gray Glen White Suffolk Rams are ready for sale on August 28 at Glen Park, Gooloogong.

Robert and Paula Gray are proud of their rams and their reputation of producing some of the best presented rams in the region.

"Every ram is given a full animal health check by the vet before the sale," said Robert.

"The vet from Forbes said you would not think these rams have gone through a drought.

"Their estimated breeding values over the 47 rams presented at sale are a very high standard across all traits of muscling, growth, multiple births, and low percentage of interbreeding.

"The vet also commented on their sound and uniform structure."

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  • Grey Glen White Suffolks

Robert has put a lot of time over the past 30 years into breeding the standard of White Suffolk he does today.

"With Prime Lamb Genetics, Professor Roberts and Dr Banks bred from a nucleus flock, to produce prime lamb that is sweet to taste," he said.

"The White Suffolk is known for its fertility, ease of birthing, good mothers, good growth and natural multiple births.

"The rams are ready for joining and the drought will end and we as producers will be depended on to produce the world's best lamb. Aussie Lamb."

For more information visit www.whitesuffolkrams.com.au.

Or visit Glen Park and join Robert and Paula on August 28 for a barbecue from 12 to 12.30.

The sale starts at 2pm.