5th Production Auction of Judo Dohne Merinos
5th Production Auction of Judo Dohne Merinos
The highest priced ram that sold for R11 000 at the 5th Production Auction of Judo Dohne Merinos, with (from left) Appie Maritz (auctioneer), Pieter-Hendrik du Toit (manager, Rouxwil Boerdery) and Hendrik de Kock (seller).
Photo: Courtesy of BKB
Staff Reporter

Highest (Ram): R11 000

Napier – The 5th Production Auction of Judo Dohne Merinos was held on 24 February. Forty-eight Dohne Merino rams and 50 ewes were on offer. The average price for rams was R5 074 and the highest priced ram sold for R11 000. The auction was hosted by BKB Western Cape. 

Issue date: 15 February 2013



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