Ram Sales

Callowie Poll Merinos

2022 On Property Ram Sale

  • Monday 22nd August 2022

2022 Inspection Day

  • Thursday 11th August 2022
  • 1pm - 4pm
  • On Property

2022 Ram Sale website catalogue

Printed copies of the catalogue will be available at the On Property Inspection Day and On Property Ram Sale.

Please contact us if you would like a printed catalogue posted out to you.

Private selection rams will be available after the sale. Full fleece tests and ASBV data available.

“I first saw Callowie Poll Merino rams at the Broken Hill Ag Fair when we were looking to swing to Poll Merinos, and was impressed with their combination of excellent wool quality and good body size.

We are very happy with the results from the Callowie genetics. We are consistently achieved over 100% lambing with good early growth in the lambs. We have retained our body size, which influences sale prices for surplus and cast for age sheep. Our wool has improved as well, with a lowering of microns, plus an increase in wool cut and yield, while also being softer handling.

The Callowie rams are giving us a very good total package.”

Keith Nutt, Orroroo SA

Past Sale Results

Callowie Poll Merinos

Aug 29 2021

2021 On-Property Sale Report

2021 On-Property Ram Sale Sale Summary Offered 58 Sold 31 Top $3,000 Average $1,393

2020 On-Property Sale Report

2020 On-Property Ram Sale Sale Summary Offered 53 Sold 30 Top $4,600 Average $1,305

Top price Callowie Ram 2019 - sold to Cove Station for $5,000.

Aug 27 2019

2019 On-Property Sale Report

The absence of a few long-term station buyers did not hinder the result at the Callowie Poll Merino annual on-property sale on Monday, with the sale averaging $2102, a significant improvement on last year’s average of $1442.
The Halliday family sold 42 of 50 rams offered to a top of $5000, and welcomed four new buyers on the day, who all made purchases.

2018 On-Property Sale Report

BUYERS were spoilt for choice at Callowie Poll Merino stud’s annual on-property auction at Bordertown on Monday with a top line-up of large-framed, medium wool, heavy-cutting rams.
The average was up nearly $250 on 2017 but still represented some of the 2018 Merino ram selling season’s best value buying.