Egelabra is one of the major parent studs in Australia with 10,000 stud breeding ewes bred on three properties around Warren in central New South Wales.
Egelabra is proud to boast an average lambing percentage of 99% (average taken between 1990 to 2002).
Merino ewes are the fundamental building block of the Australian wool and sheep meat industries and their true value is reflected in strong sales in saleyards across the country. Egelabra ewes consistently achieve above average prices and are considered a reliable investment. Their renowned trueness to type and easy care are in constant demand.
The Egelabra ewe is now becoming recognised as the Merino ewe bloodline of choice by first cross and prime lamb producers. This is due to a hidden trait that produces progeny with superior carcase characteristics.
If you are looking to rebuild flock numbers through purchasing replacement ewes or wethers, or if you have sheep available for sale, Egelabra is happy to assist you. Register your interest by phoning (02) 6847 4808 or emailing: email@example.com
The breeding policy at Egelabra is to maintain the bloodline as a pure genetic strain. This allows for consistent quality and a targeted and true breeding program. Egelabra sheep have been classed and bred with the aid of objective measurement to produce a longer bodied, more densely covered, long stapled sheep with the special type of pearly, white, soft wool unique to the bloodline.