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Become a Dohne Commercial Member

“Becoming a member is easy and beneficial to your business”

As an existing or potential breeder of Dohnes, commercial membership
is a very inexpensive way of exposing yourself and your business to both
historical and up to date information about… Continue reading

Southern NSW Dohne sheep bound for Chile

By Laurissa Smith | 17 Jun 2014 | ABC Rural           Australian Dohne sheep are helping to revive Chile's interest in the breed. A consortium of South American farmers have purchased seven ewes and two rams from a stud at Corowa, near the New South Wales-Victorian border. Continue reading

Backcrossing argument carries no weight

By Kim Woods: Sheep producers backcrossing away from the Dohne breed to Poll Merinos with the perception of improving wool quality have been urged to consider their gross margins. Continue reading

Dohne Merino’s win back to back prime lamb competition

PIP COURTNEY, PRESENTER: The highlight of the Tasmanian wool industry's calendar is the Campbell Town Show. Continue reading

Uardry history now at Kardinia Dohnes

We are pleased to announce that our long association using Uardry genetics will continue.

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Don’s Dohne switch pays

Fiona Myers | October 3, 2012 | Weekly Times

DON Mills was a Merino man. As a woolclasser who also ran a mixed farming operation, wool was in his blood.

He still loves the fibre, but he has traded his… Continue reading

Non-mulesed wool driving demand

By MICK MCGLONE | July 6, 2013, midnight | Border Mail

COROWA farmers Don and Karen Mills describe it as a no-brainer, one which has seen their product reach New York catwalks and put Australian wool in the international spotlight.… Continue reading