2010 sire selection        

 









 

    

    

The 2010 selection represents the culmination of a carefully designed selection process to match the outstanding carcase traits we have always strived for with a little more frame and scale. To continually focus on carcase muscling and early maturity could have potentially led to a few areas of concern for clients so we introduced outside genetics to keep our breeding program 100 focused on commercial needs.

We have used several of these sires as ram lambs with a very good % conception and some outstading lambs on the ground. All sires have beed DNA tested for Hypo and it is our policy to use only tested free genetics within our stud.

Due to extremely high demand for our genetics we have no stud sires for sale this year, however do contact us if you have any requirements for sires as we can hold them if you are interested or older sires can become available once we have used them for a season or two.

    

 

PENDARRA 108323

Pedigree & ASBV indexes 

Gets all the attention wherever he is seen. A young sire with great visual appeal and sire strength, he is all class. Length, muscle, bone and plenty of positives in all areas make this DG 080350 son the first choice for our keepers.

The Dam side of the pedigree has a combination of 2 very successful lines for us; Pendarra 032264 & Pendarra 053685 and we are confident this young sire will deliver and be around for a few years in our program.

     

PENDARRA 108415

Pedigree & ASBV indexes

One could be forgiven for thinking we would have no need for another Pendarra 3050 son but the carcase, barrel and softness that this bloke has is just too good to overlook. Obviously will have to use him selectively but will have a place in our program and with a focus on carcase efficiency, this young sire will give us a benchmark for future progeny. The sire of dam is Mount Ronan 572, a sire that has performed exceptionally well for us and a number of other studs.

 

PENDARRA 107978

Pedigree & ASBV indexes

The bulk of carcase and strength of this young sire is exceptional. Probably the heaviest of our keeper rams, this fellow is all muscle on a large frame supported by plenty of bone. This DG 350 son is a little different to 108323 (above) and will mainatin carcase on the Pendarra 3050 ewe lines within our stud.

Once again the dam side of the pedigree features Mount Ronan 572 and also Pendarra 053708, both outstanding sires that have bred on both within our stud and others. This bloke is as solid as a rock both physically and genetically.

    

PENDARRA 100021

Pedigree & ASBV indexes

A very interesting son of Pendarra 085261, a ram that was was part of the unbeaten pairs that we showed in 2009, and he has all the muscling and hindquarter that his sire possessed and was noted for. A very soft and clean sire, this bloke was used as a ram lamb and has lambs on the ground. He has a great temperament and carcase and once again has a solid pedigree behind him. Apart from Mount Ronan 572 (once again on the dam side), the sire of the dam is Pendarra 064480, a ram we had good success with before he died at an early age.

 

  

PENDARRA 108038

Pedigree & ASBV indexes

This bloke is the ram we were hoping for from Pendarra 097410 as he died soon after joining last year. 7410 was a very interesting young sire with a very tidy and efficient carcase and this young sire was also used as as ram lamb.

 

 

  

PENDARRA 108202

Pedigree & ASBV indexes

This sire is just one of many outstanding progeny from Pendarra 086802 "Majestic"  and has been used a ram lamb. The 2 outstanding Sonning 331 sons that we used heavily feature in the pedigree of this bloke; Pendarra 3753 and Pendarra 3708, and we are confident that he will have produced some outstanding lambs in the 2011 drop. As we are intending to retain "Majestic" for future use in our stud, we will keep this bloke as insurance against any unforeseen occurrences. A very solid ram with great carcase and conformation.

 

If you are interested in semen from any of these sires, let us know. Semen is able to be purchased in mixed or single packages at $1200/30 ewe doses. We will have semen collected from just a few of these sires but are more than happy to collect any of these sires on order, provided enough time is allowed.


If you require any more information on any of these rams please Contact Us.

 

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