Perendales -
Perendale "The breed that Performs in all Conditions"
Dual Purpose (meat - wool)     Easy Care (nil drench - black feet)

Angela & Peter Fraser
PO Box 5182,
Warrnambool Vic 3280
Phone 613 5562 7631,
Mobile 0439 712 482


The Perendale is a ‘Dual Purpose’ maternal breed sheep developed at Massey Agricultural College/University in the North Island of New Zealand in the late 1940’s by Professor Sir Geoffrey Peren.

It is the result of the ongoing development by ‘Prof Peren’ of a Cheviot over Romney cross to arrive at what is now the modern Perendale.

Since its inception the Perendale has become one of the top breeds in NZ with numbers exceeding six million with many flocks in excess of ten thousand.

Given all of the current vagaries of farming here in Australia the development of the Perendale sheep as an “EASY CARE” breed is now more important than ever and will provide effortless lambing, excellent mothering and survival, general hardiness and ability to survive under difficult conditions with poor feed.

Perendales are able to offer the farmer a rugged ‘dual purpose’ flock capable of producing quality ‘lean’ prime lambs and a medium white wool fleece sought after for its ‘bulk’ in the spinning and weaving trades.

Both Summit Park and the Lieton Park Partnership are setting out to re introduce Perendales back into Australian farming enterprises as a true ‘dual purpose’ breed as it was first developed at Massey in NZ.

In conjunction we use and are able to supply the best NZ genetics available to those farmers who recognise the advantages of having a ‘wool-meat’ enterprise.

Professor Peren wrote “the qualities of the Perendale add up to a sheep well suited to satisfy the economic needs of the present day farmer who must carefully balance his returns against the costs of production”.

Andrew Liesfield
Lieton Park Partnership
511 Edgarly Estate Rd., Willaura Vic. 3379
Phone/Fax 613 5354 1338, Mobile 0428 341 590

Mark Heald & Nola Hodge
Shady View
143 Plummers Hill Road, Woodford Vic. 3281
Phone 613 5562 9093, Fax 613 5562 2239, Mobile 0438 626 768

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