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Previous Production Sales

2 September 2004

Konsortium-Merino equaled the record for the most rams at a Merino sale in South Africa in the past decade. All 153 rams on offer were sold at an average price of R4790. Kosie van der Merwe of Tweerivier, Sutherland, paid the highest price of R20 500 for a merit ram. The second highest price of R20 000 was also for a merit ram, bought by Tommy Roux and his sons Piet and Jakkals and Matt Philips, all from Hofmeyr. The 800 Merino ewes on the sale averaged R669.

Price rangeTotal of rams sold
R1000 - R300031
R3100 - R500090
R5100 - R700017
R7100 - R10 0007
R10 100 - R15 0006
R15 000 +2
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