Barkly East Prestige Ram Sale
Barkly East Prestige Ram Sale
The Merino ram that sold for R36 000 with (from left) Henri Naude (BKB), Theuns and Isak Botha (buyers) of Farnham in Elliot and Tink Strydom (seller).Tink bought back half a share of this ram.
Photo: Gavin Isted
Gavin Isted

Highest (merino ram): R36 000

Barkley East – BKB held a successful ram sale on 25 January 2013. The breeds on the sale were Suffolk, Dormer, Dohne Merino and Merino. Good prices were received and the rams were in excellent condition. 

Issue date: 15 February 2013



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