Wedderburn

Dutch Spotted

Welcome to the home of the Wedderburn Dutch Spotted flock, a recently established flock based in Newent, Gloucestershire. Having started in August 2019 with some purchases from Carlisle, we now hope to produce males and females of a high standard for selling throughout the UK.

Welcome to the home of the Weddernburn Spottie flock, a recently established, small quality flock. Having started in August 2019 with some purchases from Carlisle, we now hope to produce males and females of a high standard for selling throughout the UK.

Wedderburn

Dutch Spotted

Welcome to the home of the Wedderburn Dutch Spotted flock, a recently established flock based in Newent, Gloucestershire. Having started in August 2019 with some purchases from Carlisle, we now hope to produce males and females of a high standard for selling throughout the UK.

Wedderburn bring home a record breaker!

The inaugural Spotacular Spotties sale will certainly go down in the history books for Wedderburn as we stuck to our guns and dug deep to secure a fantastic Dutch import ewe from Dave Roberts’ Boyo flock for the new breed record and Worcester Livestock Market all breeds centre female record of 20,000gns! 

Candy Floss – 20,00gns

Candy Floss as she is known caught her eye from the second we saw her for her length, scale, breed character and natural fleshing attributes, combined with that added x-factor, we can’t wait to see how she breeds for us. Joining her from the Boyo flock is another aged ewe, Camilla, again an import ewe, who we paid 6500gns for her. 

Camilla – 6500gns

We didn’t just buy on the day, we had some lambs in the sale too and first up for us was our ewe lamb, Wedderburn Elder, a daughter of our successful stock tup Glencoy Chance out of Lochlad Conker, a Hiroshima daughter. This one sold for 1550gns to K Tucker, West Sussex. 

Wedderburn Elder – 1550gns

Joining her on the journey to Sussex at 1450gns was Wedderburn Echinacea, again by Chance and this time out of an imported ewe.

Wedderburn Echinacea – 1450gns

Trade for tup lambs across the sale was a little sticky, but both of ours got away with Wedderburn Eagle, a son of Chance out of Lochlad Cuckoo, selling for 650gns to B Davies, Haverfordwest and another Chance son, Wedderburn Erasmus, selling for 500gns to previous ewe lamb buyer K Tucker. 

Wedderburn Eagle – 650gns

We’d like to wish all our buyers the very best with their new purchases and of course a huge thank you to Dave Roberts for providing the opportunity to purchase such fantastic genetics. 

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