"Productive Maternal Meat Sheep"
The Coopworth breed makes up the backbone of many self-replacing ewe flocks in
Chrome Coopworth rams are based on the Chrome Sheep studs’ original flock of Clifton Hill stud ewes. Clifton Hill was one of the first Coopworth stud flocks in Australia. That solid base has been developed with the introduction of premium
This breeding has helped the Chrome Coopworth sires become excellent examples of the breed, influencing clients’ flocks with those strong desirable maternal traits:
- Tough and hardy, suitable for high rainfall environments.
- High fertility ewes, able to rear multiples to marketable weights.
- Outstanding mothers – all ewes are scored for their mothering ability when lambs are tagged at birth – ewes not meeting this standard are classed out of the flock.
- Producing a maximum kilogram of lambs weaned per kilogram of ewe mated.
Chrome Coopworth rams continue to be used in higher rainfall area self-replacing flocks and over merino ewes to produce superior 1st x ewes for lamb production.
Chrome Coopworth Sale Rams
Private Sale Rams
Chromedales, Perendales, Coopworths, ICON Poll Dorsets and ICON Southie rams are available now for private sale.
Chrome Genetics Ewe Sale on AuctionsPlus
Date to be confirmed in December 2018
Joining Ewe LambsAt a Glance: • Must be 40kg • Gaining weight up to and during joining • Lambing at 13 – 14 months • Mate to an easy lambing sire • Wean lambs early • Look after ewes post weaning • Use...
2019 SUMMER RAM SALE
FRIDAY 18TH JANUARY 2019
2018 Sale Reports
Results of the 10th Annual Ram Sale (11th Oct) & 7th Summer Ram Sale (19th Jan)