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New England July 2018

Anderson Rams (also referred to as Anderson Poll) has progeny in the New England Sire Evaluation and Stud principle Lynley Anderson attended their recent field day in early July. ANDERSON 120096 was tested in this comparison of the progeny of 16 bloodlines which included two other stud sires who have an Anderson ram as a grand-sire. This highlights the importance placed on worm resistance in this area.

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 Some progeny groups, including Anderson, were not able to be displayed due to a delay in receiving DNA test results, but luckily there were a couple of Anderson hoggets that had been identified by pedigree matchmaker.

miramoona progeny at sire eval (2)

With Kim Barnet, Miramoona stud amongst his impressive progeny group who have an Anderson grand-sire.

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That beautiful New England wool on a Cressbrook ram sired by Anderson

Many thanks to Kim Barnet, Todd Whillock, Duncan Lance and Lachlan Fulloon for the warm welcome, showing me your sheep, and helping me to gain an understanding of sheep production in the New England area.

clovernook poll anderson

Clovernook Poll weaners with a strong Anderson influence. Great visuals AND ASBVs.

Uruguay 2018

Stud Prinicpal Lynley recently returned from a trip to the World Merino Conference in Uruguay and caught up with some Anderson progeny while she was there. Parts of Uruguay get up to 2000mm of rain annually which is conducive to high worm burdens and are they are using Anderson genetics to enhance their breeding of sheep that are resistant to intestinal parasites.

anderson weaner at Talitas 2018

An Anderson-Talitas weaner at Talitas stud


Anderson progeny at EEFAS

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 A selfie with Anderson twins at La Estacion Experimental de la Facultad de Agronomia (EEFAS), Salto, Uruguay.


Anderson - Corriedale cross lambs at Estacion Experimental Dr. Mario A. Cassinoni (EEMAC)

Last year we participated in a trial with Murdoch University to see how well movement sensors can match up a ewe and her lambs in order to record pedigree. This year we are involved in trials investigating fetal losses between scanning and lambing, and another looking at the incidence of triplets in a flock and how they can be best managed.

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