Mathew & Cherie Coddington
“Glenwood” 39R Dilladerry Road
Dubbo NSW 2830 Australia


  • 19-21 July Aust. Sheep & Wool show Bendigo
  • 5-6th Aug Hamilton Sheepvention
  • 25-27th Aug Dubbo National Rams sales
  • 19th Sept Roseville Park On-Property Sale
  • 30th Oct Hamilton Victoria sale

Roseville Park Merino Stud is one of Australia’s leading seedstock Merino ram producer’s.

At Roseville Park, we offer you a quality genetic package that takes the guess work out of your ram selection by providing you with a guaranteed article backed up by facts not fiction.. Roseville Park constantly benchmark their sheep and are industry leaders at shows , Sales, Sheep Genetics (ASBV’s) and Central test sire Evaluation.

Roseville Park prides itself on being ‘ahead of the times” by being the first to adopt and implement Industry initiatives on Merino Breeding and Genetic Selection which are coupled with over five generations of ram breeding experience. See what we do that others don’t and see why our clients run profitable Merino enterprises by producing more quality wool, more meat and more lambs.





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There will be many in the wool industry and those who breed Kelpie dogs who tonight will be saddened to hear of the death of Gordon Lindsay McMaster OAM this morning.

Gordie, as he was so affectionately known by many had been ill for only the past few months having suffered a heart attack before Christmas, and his death in Narrandera was peaceful.

A larger than life character, 'a legend before smoko', Gordie will be remembered for his exuberant approach to life: a behavior some thought was bombastic, but it will never be denied Gordie packed a lot into his 84 years.

As many have said today, he wanted all his life to be remembered for his contribution to the Merino industry and it is fair to say he did achieve that ambition.

A Churchill fellow, Gordie was forthright in his opinions and was never backward in advancing the cause of the Merino industry which passion no one will deny he carried on his sleeve.

It must also be acknowledged Gordie's contribution to the Kelpie working dog industry, having inherited the Wyreema Kelpie stud in 1964, the worlds oldest from his uncle Stanley McMaster.

But it was the Merino industry across Australia and around the world which most benefited from Gordie's enormous experience and dedication.

From the time he left school he wanted a career with Merino sheep, and although he did think at one time he might have made a name for himself as a drummer in a jazz band, jackarooing on Haddon Rig, Warren set him on the career path for which we now remember him. Courtesy The Land Newspaper ... See MoreSee Less

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Another Sydney Royal done and dusted. We won the champion August shorn fine/medium Poll Ram, the Champion August shorn Medium wool Poll Ram and reserve champion August shorn fine wool Merino Ewe. Demondrille won the supreme exhibit, Langdene won the August shorn pair and Nerstane won the Bruce Merriman, Stonehaven and Otway Falkiner groups. ... See MoreSee Less

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This year is the 20th year that we have muscle scanned our rams at Roseville Park. We started scanning the Merino flock in 1999 along side my fathers first imports of Donne Merino genetics into Australia. We were also involved in the Merino Validation project leading up to the launch of the Sheep Genetics Merino Select database. Thanks to the Dubbo TAFE “Jacks and Jill’s for their help today ... See MoreSee Less

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I did a presentation yesterday to the National Poll Dorset Conference on the importance of developing a breeding objective, discovering your Unique selling point and understanding the Sigmoid Curve in reinventing and adapting your business to change. A fantastic group of sheep breeders from across AustraliaMatthew Coddington of Roseville Park Merino Stud has strong advice for those in the business of selling rams: Know your unique selling point, measure your sheep and pre-empt your markets #polldorset19 ... See MoreSee Less

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This is the ewe progeny of Trefusis 150282. ... See MoreSee Less

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