Welcome to Roseville Park Dohne and Coddington Uardry Poll Merinos
Coddington Uardry Poll Merino enterprise has expanded, doubling breeding ewe numbers to a total between 7,000 to 8,000. This has been done by the sale of “Catombal” at Cumnock in December 2016 and relocating to our new base at the historic homestead and property, Mount Nanima, 5kms north of Wellington on the Goolma/Mudgee Road, situated on the beautiful Macquarie River.
This is where we will run our special stud Poll merinos, a small flock of registered Dohnes and our annual on-property ram sale will be held here.
Susan and I have also purchased 37,000 acres, 40kms west of Brewarrina on the junction of the Culgoa and Birrie Rivers, where a further 2,000 stud ewes will be run as well as 2,000 commercial ewes and 1,000 Dohne ewes. This will be our base for our , NSW and Queensland clients, where field days and ram sales will be conducted. A further 40,000 acres has been leased at “Cowga” Gongolgan on the Bogan River, where 3,500 breeding ewes will be run, along with an Angus herd of breeding cattle.
These properties are being managed by Mr Victor Sharpe and his partner, Isabelle, who is a retired sheep shearing contractor, passionate about merinos and is well known and respected among the locals in the Brewarrina and surrounding districts. He has recently been appointed as President of the Culgoa Sports Club, where annual events such as fundraising and field days and various events take place here.
Victor can be contacted on 02 6874 4949 for any inquiries. Mr Michael Elmes from Smartstock who is our sheep classer mobile 0429 847552; Mr Brad Wilson Landmark mobile 0417 467911 and Mr Scotty Thrift Elders 0417 660 260.
Graham & Susan Coddington
CU13-5034 (Robert Bruce)
Graham Coddington and Susan Coddington with the buyer of the Champion strong wool poll merino ram sold for $30,000 to Mr Pat Millear, of Stud Park South, Willaura.
He paid the top price bidding to $30,000.
Two ewes sold to an Argentinian syndicate, Indalo Stud, Argentina and one of the ewes made a world record first price of $14,000 ever paid for a ewe the second one being sold for $6,000.
Lot 3 for sale Bendigo 18/07/2016 CU14-4853 - Sire "Alfoxton" 09-238
Winner of fine wool performance class Bendigo 2015