Past Sale Results
Past Sale Results
The annual Hazeldean Merino ram sale at “Rosevale”, Hay, had been postponed for two weeks due to the very wet conditions, but loyal clients understood and returned to once again secure their sire requirements from the stud with a high reputation for breeding Merino and Poll Merino rams with the conformation to match their figures.
The 2016 Hazeldean Merinos Monaro Ram Sale where 139 quality rams were presented for auction by the Litchfield family, realised a top price of $15,500 with average price of $2200 for 126 sold.
One hundred and fifty years of breeding was on show at the Litchfield family's annual Hazeldean Merino ram sale at Cooma, as the prelude to a black tie gala evening for the family's sesquicentenary celebrations
25 rams sold at auction for an average of $3,227.Top price was $6,500 for Lot 2, a son of 11.3542 (Hugh), to JAB Shorter & Son “Boola” Burren Junction, long time Hazeldean supporters and buyers of the top priced ram at the Hazeldean Monaro Ram Sale in November.
A very hot northerly wind blowing across the Riverina plain didn’t restrict the bidding on the 101 Merino and Poll Merino rams offered by the Litchfield family at their annual on-property sale at “Rosevale” Hay.
A TOTAL clearance of 108 rams topped at $3600 at the Hazeldean Merino annual Cooma ram sale on Wednesday.
The Annual Hazeldean Riverina Merino and Poll Merino ram sale held at the Litchfield family's Hay property, Rosevale, offered 107 Merino and Poll Merino rams, which sold to a top of $8250 to average $2089, up from $1776 last year and a huge increase from the $1226 average in 2012.
First sale topper, Lot 1 a ram by Stockman Poll 02-0603 sold to Rob and Ian Wilson, the other selling to regular supporter Sean Beasley for a son of Hazeldean top sire 3561. Volume buyer was Oliver Cay who bought 9 rams for various properties.
The Monaro Merino week finished on a high last Thursday as the Litchfield family’s Hazeldean merinos, Cooma, topped the week with a $7000 high and drew one of the largest crowds seen during the week.
Hazeldean Merino stud sells over 1000 Merino rams each year and concluded its 2012 ram selling season with an on-property auction of 20 double tested elite shortwool rams near Cooma last week following larger on-property Monaro and Riverina auctions of 150 rams in November at Cooma, and 110 auctioned at Hay.