WIL O-447, by Wallaloo Park 422 and out of a ‘Desmond’ daughter, has been sold privately at Hamilton Sheepvention to Clinton Blight, Seymour Park Merino Stud, WA. and a group of semen partners. The semen partners are Meadow View Poll… Continue reading
Peter Jeffs and his wife Robyn are retiring to a block they have purchased in the picturesque King Valley. Peter’s professional experience has been invaluable to the stud in recent years. His… Continue reading
Willandra had a successful day out to begin our 2019 show season. We came home with the Champion March Shorn Ewe and the NSW winner of the Australian Hogget Ram sponsored by Mark Bazley Riverina Wool.
Unfortunately for sheep showing Willandra’s annual shearing coincided and due to time constraints we took no sheep. But our eager woolclasser persuaded Ross to send some fleeces and we were awarded 5 major trophies taking the Champion Fleece of Show,… Continue reading
Deniliquin Pastoral Show; Saturday 2nd March.
Hay Sheep Show; Saturday, 15th June.
Australian Sheep and Wool Show (Bendigo); 19th -21st July.
Hamilton Sheepvention; 5th-6th August. .… Continue reading
Willandra took 9 sheep to the Rabobank National Merino Sheep Show in Dubbo and they all won ribbons leading to being most successful Poll Merino Exhibitor.
The highlight being winning Grand Champion March Shorn Poll Ram and Grand Champion… Continue reading
please note: the catalogue has been updated (14/09/2018)
BWT, EMD and Fat are now available and will also be provided on the pen cards.
Scanning done by Chris Parker, Summit Park Enterprises, Hamilton.
Willandra is a family owned business with a long history of success. The original Willandra Merino Stud was established west of Hillston, NSW, in 1886 and was based on Wanganella F. No. 83 and Tasmanian bloodlines believed to be from Belle Vue.
In 1974, the Willandra Stud was purchased by the Wells family and they have proudly continued the tradition of breeding hardy, well-balanced fertile sheep carrying big fleeces of quality wool for more than four decades. Keeping abreast of current marketing and production trends and continuing to develop and improve the modern Willandra Merino bloodstock is of paramount importance.