Testimonials

Stephen Sprigg (Mukinbudin)

“We run 2500 Merino ewes and these rams will go over our advanced wool types. We like the SRS wools particularly the density and length on these rams. We are focusing on uncomplicated, easy care sheep that are highly productive for wool and have high fertility for our Happy Sheeps wool brand.”

Stephen Sprigg (Mukinbudin)

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Mr Ackland (Badgingarra)

“It was only our second year buying at the sale, but we were impressed with the progeny on the ground from last year’s sale.  The SRS breeding is a real positive and the wool cut is very important to us.”

Mr Ackland (Badgingarra)

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Murray Kowald (Canna) – 2015 ram sale

We really like the dual purpose qualities of their sheep.  We are also switching to six monthly shearing with our sheep bred from the Challara genetics.  The wool has a long staple and they have a decent body size to match.

Murray Kowald (Canna)

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Michael Altus, Landmark auctioneer

The vast distances clients had traveled was a testament to the quality of sheep the Wilkinsons have been breeding.  Even with a trying start to the season up here, the rams are in very good order and extremely good quality.  The high prices and strong competition on the very top lines we especially telling of the demand for the Challara genetics.

Michael Altus, Landmark auctioneer 

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Carolyn Abbey (wool classer)

600 done in a morning, you can’t get much better than that! [September 2012, shearing of the cull ewe hoggets]

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Greg Wootton – Landmark Dandaragan representative

The consistency in improving their program is a credit to the Wilkinson family.

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Matt Taylor

I’m very happy with the soft, long wool the Challara rams have infused into my flock.

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Brothers Shane and Matt Harris

We tend to look for rams with the plainer-type body and from which produce a better yield. They also seem to have less fly problems with their wool drying out a lot quicker.

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Mr King

We try to breed sheep with resistance to worms. The Challara rams have had the faecal egg count testing which makes selection easier and they have easy maintenance wool with their plain bodies.

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First time buyer Geoffrey Thompson from Wickepin

It was good stylish wool and he had a plain body. It’s a pretty well balanced sheep.

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