About Bella Lana Merino Our large framed, plain bodied sheep produce consistent quantities of stylish, bright white quality wool and meat - without fuss.

 You can be assured that by selecting Bella Lana Merinos, you will spend less time worrying about animal husbandry

Bella Lana stud runs on “Birrell Vale”, 302 Burrel Creek Road. Dripstone, which is located 16km south of Wellington, NSW. Our properties consist of 2200 hectares of undulating hills and open valleys, with a pasture mix of native and improved pastures, and some grazing cereals. Our sole focus is our Merino sheep operation, consisting of stud and commercial ewes.

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What our customers are saying

  • I have a self replacing Merino flock with my mum and dad at Tarcutta. Our ewes are 18 to 18.5 micron and our hoggets are 17 to 17.2 in all years. We have a traditional fine wool block with fine wool types. Back in 2016 we changed our ram source and went to Bella Lana. I had completed some work for them and I was super impressed with the direction they were going in and the way they were achieving their goals. In 2016 I purchased our first rams from Bella Lana and we’ve been super impressed with them ever ... read more

    Lexi Cesnik, Tarcutta, NSW

  • We started using Bella Lana merino rams 3 years ago for the property I manage, “Gidleigh Station” at Bungendore. We were really chasing extra carcass, growth and weight for age without compromising any of the wonderful wool characteristics of our merino. This dual-purpose type strategy was a risk strategy for us, and we wanted to capitalise on both lamb and wool markets. In these 3 years we have seen an incredible improvement in our sheep, carcass wise without giving up that fine white stylish wool. I was standing in a pen of 10-month-old ewe lambs that were born in the ... read more

    Brad Croker, Manager of 'Gidleigh Station' Bungendore. NSW

  • I’ve been buying rams from Bella Lana since 2008, when I started with buying 8 of their rams that year. They’ve got a good wool type and micron count on them.  They’re a good type of sheep that suit my country. They’ve got good big frames, plain bodies, and they’ve been breeding true to type – they’re producing the type of sheep that I like to breed. I sold my surplus 1.5-year-old ewes at the Dunedoo Annual Merino Breeders’ Sale in January, 2011, and they well and truly topped the market at $230 a head. The ewes had a major ... read more

    Warren Leeson, 'Anglewood', Dunedoo, NSW

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