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Ripper Rene sire wins supreme White Suffolk

July 21st, 2019|Australian Sheep & Wool Show|

A big volumed ram with the potential to sire heavyweight lambs has given the Mitchell family, Rene stud, Culcairn, NSW, their second successive supreme White Suffolk exhibit title at the Australian Sheep & Wool Show. From 124 entries from Victorian and NSW studs, Rene 036/18 was given the nod by SA judge Andrew Frick, Gypsum Hill stud, Padthaway. He said he admired the length, muscling and tremendous volume of his senior and grand champion ram which elevated it to top spot ahead of

NSW State Sheep Show 2019: Rene returns to win White Suffolks

May 28th, 2019|NSW State Sheep Show Dubbo|

RETURNING to the mat at the NSW State Sheep Show for the first time since 2008 was the Rene White Suffolk stud who took home most successful exhibitor, among a long list of accolades in the White Suffolk judging. Supreme White Suffolk Exhibit with Grand Champion Ewe Rene 27/18 PUBLIESHED ON 27 May 2019, The Land - link to original article Arewarding decision for the Mitchell family

Rene Poll Dorset, White Suffolk and Charollais studs topped at $7000

September 30th, 2018|Annual Ram Sales|

Stud Poll Dorset rams topped the annual Rene Poll Dorset, White Suffolk and Charrollais ram sale last Friday at $7000. In the wrap, four of six Poll Dorset stud rams topped at $7000 and averaged $4250, three of six White Suffolk stud rams averaged $3333, while 40 of 66 Dorset flock rams averaged $963, 10 of 43 White Suffolk flock rams topped at $2000 averaged $1270 and 17 of 50 Charrollais rams averaged $859. Henry and Karen Cameron, Athlone Poll Dorset stud, Penshurst,

‘Exceptional’ White Suffolk ewe wins for NSW stud

July 23rd, 2018|Australian Sheep & Wool Show|

Culcairn, NSW, based stud, Rene, dominated the White Suffolk judging, winning both the grand champion ram and ewe at the Australian Sheep and Wool Show. Tasmanian judge Chris Badcock, Fairburn stud, said it was a toss of a coin in his supreme deliberation between the two NSW sheep, but said the ewe was an “exceptional animal”. “She is a beautiful type. I love her overall balance and frame, beautiful neck extension and muscling, and being a shorn ewe it is all there to be seen,”

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6 days ago
Rene Stud

Things we have been up to lately.
A few thousand small squares of Clover Hay, that are put into 21 pack Bale Barron. 🌱🚜 Red Baron Hay & Straw
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Nice work , great footage!!

Well done Rene Stud

Scott that’s excellent. Thanks Brooke.

Thats impressive, spitting the bales out like seeds

Geoffro Amarant

Why that many small bales? Do you use them all, or sell them?

No apple trees. A great looking place.

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3 weeks ago
Rene Stud

On the weekend we loaded two trucks of Hay in which we have donated to those doing it tough in Queensland after the fires up there recently ripped through there properties. A huge thank you to Justin from JKB Trucking & Scott from Dawsons Transport who have kindly donated their time to take the Hay. And a special mention to Dale who helped load the trucks on Sunday. We cannot thank you guys enough for making this happen, it is very much appreciated. We hope this hay helps out in some small way. If you need anything taken anywhere give these legends a call 😃 Dale Twyford Kirrilee Twyford Scott Dawson ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations Rene

Good on ya guys 👍👍👍

Awesome stuff

Hi Doug Irene Scott and family what a beautiful thought it will help out no end l followed the fires all the way through terrible times great to see some one helping. Phillip.

Well done to all! BTW., did you know that the recent publicity about the Lone Sheep which was rescued from an inaccessible cliff face on the coast of Scotland, is a Charollais / Scottish Mule cross? One tough sheep!

Well done Rene Stud thank you

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