The dispersal sale of 90 Suffolk and Texel-cross Mule ewes boasts an average scanning rate of 210%, with the flock also operated on a comprehensive flock health programme.

Recent dispersal sales of top-quality ewe flocks continues on Friday 5 February, with 90 top-quality Suffolk and Texel-cross Mule ewes going under the hammer in Dowra Mart.

The flock boasts high prolificacy and a high health status.

The average scanning rate is 210%, with ewes lambing to Texel and Charollais rams from 5 March.

Vaccination programme

All ewes are vaccinated for both toxoplasmosis and enzootic abortion, with the flock also on a clostridial disease vaccination programme (Heptavac P used).

The flock has been run with an emphasis on high output and this is reflected in the offering of 22 top-quality suckled hoggets.

There are also another 21 three-year-old ewes and 46 three- and four-year-old ewes.

The ewes are being sold due to a change in farming system.

Ewes will be offered in lots of five with further information in the photos of the sale catalogue below.

The sale will take place on the Marteye bidding platform and further information can be obtained by calling 086-151 9771.

Sale catalogue

A snapshot of ewe on offer in the sale.

The sale also includes 21 top-quality suckled hoggets.

The flock has a high health status with vaccination for enzootic abortion and toxoplasmosis.

The sale catalogue showing the order in which ewes will be offered for sale.

A snapshot of ewe on offer in the sale.