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Plevna Merinos

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Plevna Merinos

Plevna Merino Stud’s base was derived from Wonga sheep first bought to the property in 1942. The stud was registered in 1979.

The 70’s, 80’s & 90’s saw the use of objective measurement combined with visual classing to establish a modern day industry type of sheep. Frank Donnelly and John Aveyard were the driving force in the evolution of Plevna Merino Stud.

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Learn about our history, homestead and land management.

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Plevna Breeding

We take the opportunity to measure the progress of our sheeps performance in other sheep breeding operations.

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Client Classing Service

An annual service where young ewes are classed. Breeding ewes are divided into groups.

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Plevna Merino Stud’s base was derived from Wonga sheep first bought to the property in 1942. The stud was registered in 1979.

The 70’s, 80’s & 90’s saw the use of objective measurement combined with visual classing to establish a modern day industry type of sheep. Frank Donnelly and John Aveyard were the driving force in the evolution of Plevna Merino Stud.

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Our Story

Plevna Merino Stud’s base was derived from Wonga sheep first bought to the property in 1942. The stud was registered in 1979.

The 70’s, 80’s & 90’s saw the use of objective measurement combined with visual classing to establish a modern day industry type of sheep. Frank Donnelly and John Aveyard were the driving force in the evolution of Plevna Merino Stud.

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