There are 3 types of reports presented on this website;

- Merino Superior Sires (MSS) Reports
- Site Reports
- Merino Lifetime Productivity (MLP) Project Reports.

Scroll down for further information, recent reports and/or links to specific report locations.

Merino Superior Sires (MSS) Reports

Merino Superior Sires is an annual publication reporting the results of sires across all Merino Sire Evaluation sites. AMSEA collate and publish the results each year.  Sire results published in Merino Superior Sires include Top 50 sire rankings for the four main Indexes, Australian Sheep Breeding Values (ASBVs) for wool, carcase and breech traits, plus visual classing results.

Select the MSS Reports tab in the link on the right to access recent Merino Superior Sires reports and subsections.

Site Reports

Site reports are specific to each site and each year. Reports are generated after each visual assessment and shearing. Results presented in the Site Reports include adjusted sire means, within-site and within-drop Flock Breeding Values (FBVs) for both wool and carcase traits as well as visual classing results.

To access Site Reports either click on the Sire Evaluation Reports button to the right and select your site or go to the Sites page. Select the site of interest, you will be directed to that Site’s individual page and there you will find a list of recent reports and a link to older reports.

Merino Lifetime Productivity (MLP) Project Reports

MLP Reports are specific to the MLP Project. The MLP reports include a diverse range of results including raw data, adjusted sire means plus within-site and within-drop FBVs for both wool and carcase traits as well as visual classing results. Currently these reports are site and drop specific, however as the project progresses further lifetime assessment and analysis will be completed and the reporting for these results will expand beyond site specific information.