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NORTH ASHROSE MERINO STUD

ENQUIRIES WELCOME:
G.E ASHBY & SONS
P.O.BOX 17
GULNARE 5471 SOUTH AUSTRALIA

CONTACT TOM ASHBY:
PHONE: (08) 88452155
FAX: (08) 88452107
EMAIL: [email protected]

North Ashrose Merino Stud and Bundaleer Poll Shorthorn Stud is situated 12km's north west of Spalding. Studmasters, Graham, Tom and Matt Ashby aim to breed top quality livestock adaptable to varied conditions throughout Australia.

Both sheep and cattle are sold and shown extensively around Australia, areas include Longreach, Queensland, Bourke Broken Hill, and Dubbo, New South Wales and Western Australia as well as locally within South Australia.

The property is at the forefront with breeding technology using artificial insemination as a tool for gaining top genetics sourced from Australia wide.

The Merino Stud was originally founded in 1910. Breeding Merino & Poll Merino Sheep the ultimate aim of the stud is to produce an early maturing, large framed South Australian type sheep with extra soft handling bright medium wool - not only to meet the needs of commercial breeders but maintaining a sound high quality versatile animal on a stud level. Average micron 21.4.

PICTURED ON THE LEFT TOP:
Tom Ashby with 'PP-004'
GRAND CHAMPION POLL MERINO
Royal Adelaide Show 1999
Sold for: $18,000

Bundaleer Shorthorn Stud, was established in 1944. It aims to breed bulls with sound structure and strong constitution, well muscled with easy doing ability and rich strong colours to survive in the harsh conditions of the Australian pastoral country for which they are renown.

PICTURED LEFT BOTTOM:
"BUNDALEER TRUSCOTT" Sold for $ 6,000 Lucindale South Australia.

For more information 
on the stud farms in 
the district follow the 
links below
:

Banderloo Poll Merino

Boulview Charolais

Broughton Park Shorthorn

Bundaleer Shorthorn

Dunleer Red  Poll

Kyadam East Friesian

Oakley Murray Grey

Tatara Angus

Warumbul Quarter Horse

 

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