Glen Park Dorper Stud was registered in 2009 as a result of enquiry from clients and the success of the Dorper in Pastoral areas. The objective of the stud is to produce sheep suitable for pastoral conditions, that breed and survive in a tough climate and produce a prime lamb.

Initial ewes were purchased at the Amarula on property sale. Further ewes were purchased from Kaya, Jilakin Downs, Terraweena and Dell Dorpers. Currently there are 700 breeding ewes in the stud. 

Dorper Characteristics
Easy care, minimal maintenance, high lambing percentages, and excellent fodder to meat conversion rates. The Dorper lamb grows rapidly and attains a high weaning weight. A live weight of 36-40kg can be reached by the Dorper lambs at 120 days. Dorpers are able to obtain these weights in pastoral conditions.

As well as breeding our own sires, a number of sires are purchased annually to keep genetics moving in the stud. This ensures that ram clients don’t have to worry about the risk of inbreeding in their commercial flocks.

Glen Park Dorper Stud

Bulmar Basta, purchased in Partnership with Australis/Genelink at the 2017 Dubbo National Sale for $10,500. Pictured are Annabel Mangal and Marisa and Bully Malherbe. Coingratulations Bully on breeding a quality stud sire. Photo credit: Mark Griggs 'The Land' newspaper.
Semen available soon.

Reg. Flock No: D155 - Ovine Brucellosis Accredited Free Flock No: Y.384
Sires In Use: Bulmar, Dell and Glen Park sires.
Highlights/News:  Rams are available all year round.

Dorper South Africa Website
Dorper South Africa

MLA Meat & Livestock Australia Website
MLA Meat & Livestock Australia

American Dorper Breeders Society Website
American Dorper Breeders Society

Australian Dorper and White Dorper Association Inc Website 
Australian Dorper

Dorper Sheep Society of Australia Inc Website
Dorper Sheep Australia
Glen Park Dorper & White Dorper Studs

Telephone: (03) 5027 0224

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