COLLINSVILLE 2023 ON PROPERTY SALE REPORT
Collinsville Stud Merinos and East Bungaree offered and sold 600 Merino and Poll Merino Rams, with a top of $70,000 for Lot 1, purchased by RMJ & EM Parker, WA, at our annual on property sale.
Lot 1 – Collinsville Buddy 20032 sold for $70,000 to RMJ & EM Parker, WA
Lot 2 – Collinsville Premier 220061 sold for $27,000 to Glenowie Poll Merino Stud, SA
Lot 3 – Collinsville Imperial 220211 sold for $12,000 to Springvale North, SA
Lot 4 – Collinsville Masterbuilt 221118 sold for $12,000 to Collandra North, SA
Lot 5 – Collinsville Hercules 220027 sold for $5,000 to KB, BJ & PJ Ward, NSW
Lot 6 – Collinsville Lustre 220234 sold for $10,000 to Springvale North, SA
Lot 7 – Collinsville Lustre 220057 sold for $16,000 to Avonmore Poll Merino, VIC
Lot 8 – Collinsville Imperial 220015 sold for $4,000 to Hacon Pastoral, QLD
Lot 9 – Collinsville Lustre 220268 sold for $3,500 to Grant Family Trust, VIC
Lot 10 – Collinsville Royal 220110 sold for $9,000 to Rockdale Valley Stud, WA
COLLINSVILLE SALE SUMMARY
Overall average of $2,535 for 300 Merino and Poll Merino Rams.
6 specially selected Merinos sold to a top of $70,000
Average of $16,875
50 Merino rams sold to a top of $2,000
Average of $1,076
POLL MERINO RESULTS
38 specially selected Poll Merinos sold to a top of $27,000 (Lot 2, purchased by Glenowie Poll Merino Stud)
Average of $5,336
206 commercial Poll Merino rams sold to a top of $5,200
Average of $1,956
EAST BUNGAREE SALE SUMMARY
Overall average of $1,339 for 300 Merino and Poll Merino Rams.
38 Merinos sold to a top of $2,500 (Lot 6, purchased by CC Lawrie & Sons, Tumby Bay)
Average of $1,639
POLL MERINO RESULTS
70 Poll Merinos sold to a top of $4,000 (Lot 47, purchased by DM & VK Gibbs, Loxton)
Average of $1,786
192 commercial rams sold to a top price of $1,700 and averaged $1,117
George Millington, Director Collinsville Stud Merinos, said that given where we are with sheep and wool prices at the minute, it’s really gratifying to see Collinsville customers are still finding value in our sheep.
“Being able to achieve a complete clearance with a pretty healthy average shows that our customers are actually achieving what they want to and they’re coming back to continue to believe in the product.”
“I’d like to thank the Elders for all their support, and our whole team at Collinsville. It’s a big effort to sell 600 sheep in one day. I’d like to thank all the buyers and underbidders who came along and continue to support our product,” George said.
Tony Wetherall, Elders Stud Stock Specialist and Auctioneer, said there was “a terrific line up, a big crowd in attendance, a lot of stud breeders from around South Australia and also from interstate, and many repeat commercial clients.”