Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 028
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I have plenty rams on my Mount Hope station, and can fatten the wethers, and calculate on clearing 6/ at least for them.
I decidedly prefer your pure rams to any of the Company's and I trust you will select say 20 of the very finest with good length, and proportionate character - for [me?] - I fear the Company's sheep will not affect a permanent improvement in yours, at least I find your pure sheep bred here of a good constitution, and thriving as well as I could desire; you will find the sheep at [Ningan?] the same, and if you give plenty rock salt, the sheep at Taralyn may do tolerably well in good seasons, but the climate, and pastures are not suitable, and the sooner the better you