Previous Sale Results
Kamora Park’s Katelyn Boughen (right) holds KP1385, the $5600 equal top priced ram, pictured with Landmark Karoonda – Keller Livestock’s Keven Keller and the purchaser, Roger Polkinghorne, Charinga stud, St Arnaud, Vic. Roger also purchased KP150 for $3200.
Katelyn Boughen, Kamora Park, Sandalwood holds KP114 ‘Horse’ that sold for the $5200 top price at the Kamora Park ram sale to Scott Dinham (centre), Tailem Bend, with conducting sale agent, Landmark Keller Livestock, Karoonda & Lameroo representative, Kevin Keller (left).
Pictured with the $7200 top priced ram at the Kamora Park Poll Merino ram sale and held by Kamora Park's Katelyn Boughen are Landmark Karoonda manager Kevin Keller and purchasers Jed and Craig Keller, Ramsgate stud, Tintinara.
Pictured with KP358, the $6200 equal top priced ram at the Kamora Park ram sale are purchaser Andrew Rizzoli, Cape Clear, Vic, Landmark Karoonda’s Cameron White, and Katelyn Boughen, Kamora Park holding the ram.
Wade and Katelyn Boughen, Kamora Park, Sandalwood are pictured with the ram KP 505 that was sold to Bright Graziers, Broken Hill for the equal top price of $6200 at the Kamora Park Poll Merino ram sale.
Pictured with the $5600 top priced ram at the Boughen family’s Kamora Park Poll Merino ram sale are Landmark auctioneer Richard Miller, Landmark Keller Livestock’s Michael Lawrence, Katelyn Boughen, Tyson Paech, Callington representing purchasers Shirley and Bruce Willison from Mt Pleasant, and Wade Boughen holding the ram.
2015 Adelaide Ram Sale -
KP 333 was top price for $18,000 sold to North Cowie.
KP627 was purchased for Kamora Park‘s top auction sale price of $7400 by Nigel and Kate Kerin, Kerin Poll Merinos, Yoeval, NSW. Pictured with the ram is Landmark auctioneer Malcolm Scroop, Landmark Greenfield Karoonda’s Murray Greenfield, Scott Tyler who bid via phone for the Kerins, and Wade, Colin and Katelyn Boughen, Kamora Park.
Pictured with the $3100 top priced ram at the Kamora Park sale are Landmark’s Malcolm Scroop, Kamora Park’s Wade Boughen (holding ram), purchaser Steen Paech, Callington and his workman Rodney Watchel, and Landmark Karoonda’s Murray Greenfield.