A new approach creating success (Southern Weekly)

28 Sep 2016 1:43 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Andrew and Jodie Green of Aloeburn Poll Merinos are celebrating 10 years of no mulesing.  The decision was made in 2006 that the logical way forward in breeding Merino sheep in Australia was to select animals with naturally bare breaches who did not require mulesing.

The Aloeburn Poll Merino Stud has been working with Dr Jim Watts for 30 years, classing sheep under the SRS (Soft Rolling Skin) principles.  Read more here: http://www.southernweekly.com.au/story/4188325/a-new-approach-creating-success/

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