Thirty years of breeding,
backed by objective selection, performance and science,
has resulted in an Australian bred sheep tailored for Australian conditions.

White Suffolks are simply better by design


  • Lambing ease
  • Early maturity
  • Clean points
  • High libido
  • Longevity and good temperament
  • Terminal and maternal lines
  • Quality skins
  • White Downs type wool
  • Market flexibility – trade or export weight carcasses
  • Meat eating quality backed by science

The White Suffolk provides superior all round performance – consistent and measured rams producing high yielding carcasses able to hit the right fat specifications. This means a better bottom line for the prime lamb producer and the best eating quality lamb for the consumer.


  • be at the forefront of marketing and promotion of the White Suffolk breed
  • better educate our members and commerical breeders on providing superior genetics to the Australian lamb industry
  • continue to develop the White Suffolk breed to the advantage of all involved in the Australian lamb industry
  • encourage extensive use of genetic evaluation and continue to benchmark the White Suffolk breed to become the leading performance breed
  • remain at the forefront of recent technological advances within the livestock industry


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While many prime lamb producers use White Suffolks as a terminal breed, Bob Williamson is capitalizing on the maternal traits of fertility, lambing ease and milking ability.
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A diversified Tasmanian farming operation has integrated White Suffolk cross prime lambs as a profitable side-line to a mix of alternative and mainstream crops.
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Woolgrower Clive Pearson was determined to prove the old timers wrong when he was told crossbred lambs would never suit the western tablelands country of northern NSW.
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Educational flock fosters future prime lamb industry leadersEducational flock fosters future prime lamb industry leaders

A White Suffolk sheep flock at one NSW high school is playing a key role in shaping potential leaders for the nation’s sheep and wool industry.
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