A LONG HISTORY

Collinsville Rams are bred to be champions.

As a historic stud, our forebears endured the highs and lows of the Australian Wool Market by consistently producing sheep of unmatched value.

In 1989, a Collinsville Special Stud Ram went under the hammer for the world-record price of $450,000. This remains the highest amount ever paid for a single sheep—proof of Collinsville’s superior genetics and outstanding calibre.

1988 Royal Adelaide show

World record price of $450,000

COLLINSVILLE SPECIAL STUD RAM J.C. & S Lustre 53

1988 Dubbo Ram sale

World record price of $215,000

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1987 Royal Adelaide show

World record price of $102,000

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1986 ROYAL ADELAIDE SHOW

WORLD RECORD PRICE OF $102,000

COLLINSVILLE SPECIAL STUD RAM J.C. & S.55

1981 ROYAL ADELAIDE SHOW

WORLD RECORD PRICE OF $79,000

COLLINSVILLE SPECIAL STUD RAM J.C. & S.124

1980 ROYAL ADELAIDE SHOW

WORLD RECORD PRICE OF $50,000

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1976 ROYAL ADELAIDE SHOW

WORLD RECORD PRICE OF $46,000

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1970 ROYAL ADELAIDE SHOW

WORLD RECORD PRICE OF $27,200

COLLINSVILLE SPECIAL STUD RAM J.C. & S.182

1969 ROYAL PERTH SHOW

WORLD RECORD PRICE OF $27,000

COLLINSVILLE SPECIAL STUD RAM J.C. & S.50

1962 ROYAL ADELAIDE SHOW

WORLD RECORD PRICE OF 12,500 GNS

COLLINSVILLE SPECIAL STUD RAM J.C. & S.99

1961 ROYAL PERTH SHOW

WORLD RECORD PRICE OF 9000 GNS

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