Hartebeesfontein Merino’s Production Sale
Hartebeesfontein Merino’s Production Sale
The wool of the ram that sold for R46 000 at the Hartebees-fontein Merino’s Production Sale.
Photo: Gavin Isted
Gavin Isted

Highest (Ram): R46 000

Barkly East – A successful sale was held by BKB on the farm Hartebeesfontein of Tink Strydom on 18 January. The rams were in excellent condition. The average price for rams was up on last year at R9 053. The highest price for a ram was R46 000. Tink bought a half share back of this ram. Ewes sold for an average of R1 111.


Issue date: 08 February 2013

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