Semen Sires


Woodyarrup Merino Stud
HOW - 2.75 


Woodyarrup Merino Stud
HOW - 2.91 

 


Horn No. 16 Digit Code Drop Test Date Micron SD CV  ComF%  YWT YCFW   YFD DP+ 
HOW-2.75 '5004
1220
1212
0175
Aug '12 Aug '13 19.3 2.8 14.3  99.7 8.56   24.59  -0.29  168
HOW-2.91

'5004
1220
1212
1191

Aug '12 Aug '13 18.8 3.2 16.8  99.6  4.77  26.17  -1.43  158


2010

Woodayarrup Nic
Supreme Exhibit 
2010 Rabobank Katanning Sheep Show 
19.2 micron, 76.4% yield, 2.7 SD,
14.1 CV, 99.7% CF

 

Woodyarrup Woosha

 

Woodyarrup HOW - 5.57 

19.7 micron, 76.4% yield, 2.9 SD, 14.7 CV, 18.3 SF, 99.5% CF
Secondary fibres - 18.4 micron, 1.6SD (official AWTA test)
Primary fibres - 16.6 micron, 2.7SD
S/P Ratio - 38 to 1
Skin tested August 10, 2007 - 0.5mm per day length.


"A ram producing fast growing fibres that are deeply crimped.
The fibre length to staple length ratio of 1.47 to 1 is
remarkable. The primary fibres are very fine and uniform in diameter. Secondary fibres are fine and exceptionally uniform in diameter. The follicle groups are large and well defined and contain high numbers of
wool follicles."
Jim Watts

 

These two sires have been worked in syndicates to let mature. They are full brothers bred by ET.
This year’s lambs are by single mating and the lambs look simply outstanding. Terrific bone, big pure muzzles and very soft crimpy skins.



HOW-6.16
Paddock run & worked. Pin bone sampled August 2008.
Mic 19;SD 3.3; CV 17.4 ; CF% 100. 14.4kg 12 months growth


HOW-6.21
Paddock run & worked. Pin bone sampled August 2008.
Mic 20; SD 3.3; CV 16.5; CF% 99.5. 15.8kg 12 months growth.