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About Kamora Netley Park

Sandalwood, South Australia

Kamora Netley Park have worked hard over fifty years to produce Poll Merinos that are big boned, with excellent square structure, good pasterns and lovely loose soft skin carrying white, stylish wools.

The strict classing requirements at Kamora Netley Park ensures that all their sheep have white crimpy wools with lock which is something the stud has worked hard at. Wool with good lock keep out the elements which is particularly important for yield.

 

“We believe that yield and staple length with lock gives us weight,” says Justin Boughen, Kamora Netley Park Stud Principal.

Kamora Netley Park began breeding dual purpose poll merinos in 1963. Meat and wool were just as important back then as it is today.

With more than fifty years breeding, Kamora Netley Park are confident that they are on the right track and their clients also agree!

Kamora Netley Park Poll Merinos produce bright white, well-nourished wools with exceptional lock.

“We breed these sheep to make a profit ourselves knowing that the people who buy them will to. We are proud that our breeding can cope with any environment. From drought country to high rain fall regions, the South East of South Australia through to Victoria, and all parts of New South Wales. Kamora Netley Park Poll Merinos thrive in any environment.

Kamora Netley Park are based near Sandalwood, South Australia which is half-way between Murray Bridge and Loxton in the heart of the SA Murray Mallee.

“We are in sandy loam, red flat country with 12 inches on average rainfall a year. Our sheep sure know how to survive on not much out here in the mallee.

We breed sheep to thrive knowing if they can live here, they can live anywhere.

 

3000 of our ewes are mated every year. In 2021 after scanning, we have 2853 ewes set to lamb with the balance of 147 mated for a spring drop lamb. We AI 100-150 ewes each year. We believe in keeping our best young sires for natural mating which gives us breeding predictability.

We single mate as many rams as possible having between 20-25 mobs at lambing. We like to know exactly the lambs from each ram,” says Justin Boughen, Kamora Netley Park Stud Principal.

Kamora Netley Park are currently selling 400 rams each year through their on-property auction and private sales.

In 2021 Kamora Netley Park will be holding their sale on Friday 6th of August at their property near Sandalwood, South Australia with inspections from 9am and bidding to commence at 1pm.

Can’t make the sale? Be sure to tune into AuctionsPlus.

Justin and Paul Boughen welcome all enquires.

We breed these sheep to make a profit ourselves knowing that the people who buy them will to. We are proud that our breeding can cope with any environment. From drought country to high rain fall regions, the South East of South Australia through to Victoria, and all parts of New South Wales. Kamora Netley Park Poll Merinos thrive in any environment.