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DUNEDIN, April 1

The annual ram and ewe fair was held at Burnside to-day. The entries totalled 1553,.. as compared with 1873 last Teal I.' The leading breeders of Border Leicesters. llomneys, Corriedales. Lincolns, and halfbreds were represented. The attendance was good. Romnev'and Cbrriedale stud rams met a good demand, but prices for Border Leicesters showed a decline. The range of nrices for stud rams was: Border Leicester 6«;ns to 41gns, Romnev Marsh Bgns to 36gns, Corriedale Bgns to 15gns. Flock rams sold as under: Lincoln 6gns to 9gns, Corriednlc to 6gns, Rbm-nev-merino half bred to 6.ans.

Flock Ewes—Border Leicester Hgus

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DUNEDIN RAM FAIR., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9575, 2 April 1919

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DUNEDIN RAM FAIR. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9575, 2 April 1919

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