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 repeated our 2016 success by taking first and second with poll ewes.
The winner adjudicated by Allan “Smoky” Dawson of Winyar Merino Studs (Canowindra, NSW) was Wil 17.099e following on from her recent successes. She was the Champion… Continue reading
With many thanks to Andrew and Max Raynor of Grathlyn Merino Stud and the collegiate spirit of fellow stud breeders , Ross and Peter made it to Bendigo after a wheel fell off the trailer in Echuca. An inspired phone… Continue reading
Ross and Peter ventured to Trangie Research Station to view the F1 progeny of the Macquarrie MLP (Merino Lifetime Productivity Project) 2017 drop. These progeny will be monitored for their lifetime. The next shearing will be in October. The… Continue reading
In our first outing for the year we were buoyed by our results which lead us to be the most successful exhibitor.
The day began winning the group of 3 ewe weaners (lambs teeth) from a large field. All the… Continue reading
Deniliquin Pastoral Show; Saturday 3rd March.
Hay Sheep Show; Saturday, 16th June.
Sheep Week; Day 2, Tuesday 19th June. Jerilderie Racecourse.
Australian Sheep and Wool Show (Bendigo); 20-22nd July.
Hamilton… Continue reading
Showing a depth and quality of breeding Willandra had multiple Champion and Reserve Champions and were unlucky to not win the most successful exhibitor.
Blk 013: a horned son of “Kim”, a One Oak ram Willandra sold to Grogansworth… Continue reading
Judge Hamish McLaren of Nerstane Merino Studs chose a horned Willandra ram, Blk 018, a son of a Lachlan Merinos ram, as third in the line up for Elders Deniliquin Riverina Ram of the Year behind two Poll Merino rams… Continue reading
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.