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Central West Genetics


The Macquarie Dohne Stud was instrumental in introducing The Dohne breed into Australia and establishing the Breed Association and the breeding objectives for the Dohne in Australia .

Macquarie Dohne Stud has the largest number of registered stud ewes in Australia and has the objective of remaining one of the most influential Dohne studs in Australia.

Reserve Champion Ram –  MD Wardry 16-2966 ‘JB’

MD Wardry 16-2966 ‘JB’ x TR14-7388
Reserve champion ram at the 2018 Australian Sheep and Wool Show, at Bendigo Victoria.
JB is an exceptional fault free young sire with impeccable breeding. His maternal pedigree goes back to outstanding sire MD05-4177. He is true to type carrying a long shafty, well nourished and lustrous 64s quality fleece.
He is a well-muscled sire with a deep, long body, excellent bone, topline and conformation. JB has a soft silky masculine muzzle and is free of any blemishes.



The Dual-Purpose Dohne Merino
  • Self-Replacing
  • Prime Lamb
  • Early Maturity (Outstanding Growth Rates)
  • Quality Merino Wool (18-21micron)
  • Exceptional Prime Lamb Dams
  • Bare Breech
  • High Fertility
  • Exceptional Mothering
  • Quality Assured Breeding System
  • The only fully pedigreed sheep breed in Australia
  • Modern objective technology combined with strict subjective appraisal


Macquarie Dohne Stud Offers
  • Genetic Diversity
  • Large selection
  • Promotion of daughter studs and flock client’s products
  • Professional classing, management and breeding consultancy
  • Veterinary expertise
  • Liaison with meat processors


Impact sire MD Empire 13-7021 ‘Tom’  with 8 months wool growth.