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    Buy Konsortium-Merino ewe units. It is a safe investment in livestock, without having to be involved in the administration thereof...

  • Changing gears from price taker to price maker


    Prof. Eckart Kassier predicted in 1994 there would only be 30 000 farmers on the land by 2014. Back then, many farmers thought he had lost it, but today that is all we are. Decline is inevitable unless...

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    In 2013 Konsortium-Merino sold a massive 891 rams under their brand on six auctions at an average price of R5 363. This is more than 23% of Merino SA's ram sales.

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    Angus Buchan, parading his 100% proudly South African, Konsortium-Merino wool jacket, with joy.

  • Another SA record - 333 rams sold!


    On 21 February another SA record was broken on Konsortium-Merino home turf. At their 24th production sale, the group set a new SA record by selling the most rams on a Merino auction.

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Felton 2014 highest price

Felton 2014 highest price

At Felton-Merino's 14th production sale (the 3rd joint sale with Konsortium-Merino) this ram was sold for the highest price of R24 000. From left: Jakkie Nel, auctioneer, Ian Sheard of Sheard Auctioneers, John Luscombe, Konsortium-Merino executive director and breeder, Claude Cloete, Felton-Merino, Cobus Vivier, Konsortium-Merino stud advisor and Henry Cloete, buyer from Bedford. In total102 rams were sold at an average price of R4 769. The 374 ewes went for an average of R835 a piece, with a highest price of R1 000 per ewe for a group of pregnant ewes.

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