The goal of owning an Australian sheep farm in a solid area, has brought some notable achievements along the way for New Zealander, Stacy Williams, who started farming near Kojonup just 13 years ago.
Stacy and his WA wife Melissa and three children Amy 11, Georgia 13 and Troy 24, were the winners of WAMMCO’s January 2020 Producer of the Month title with a line of 105 crossbred lambs selected from a mob of 530 new season store lambs they purchased for $110 per head average in December 2019 from Great Southern saleyards.
When David Millsteed of Daybron Farms, Wongan Hills became the first prime lamb producer to win WAMMCO’s upgraded Producer of the Month title in July 2016, his winning line ...Read more
Twelve months as a Director of WA’s Meat Marketing Cooperative has given North Stirling sheep and lamb producer Bill O’Keeffe some important new perspectives on the ...Read more
Promising seasonal conditions and improving sheep numbers in the Borden/Stirling Range area have sparked optimism for higher levels of lamb sale activity in the area this season, prompting WAMMCO ...Read more
Guiding WAMMCO‘s early years as chairman, joining the fledgling WA meat cooperative to membership of global marketer, the Australian Lamb Cooperative, and instigating LAMBEX, Australia’s first ...Read more
A rare opportunity for WA’s prime lamb producers to benefit from a direct link with the processing and marketing side of the meat industry, is a unique feature ...Read more