Background Information on the Breeder
Malcolm Wyeth is a 4th generation Romney Breeder and has been farming for a total of 27 years. Aged in his forties Malcolm is considered to be a fairly young breeder whom attracts both young and older farming minded people to the property to view the sheep and his farming practices.
Malcolm worked on South Island properties before returning home to work on the family farm and start his own business within that farming operation. Malcolm and Selina have been married since 1999 and have 2 children Hunter 13 and Tessa 11.
It's the passion for farming, the country lifestyle, and the Romney Breed, which inspired the purchase of the Mana Romney Stud from well known New Zealand Breeder Craig Gibson in 2000. Since the purchase of that line of sheep the farming operation has gone from strength to strength. Malcolm is the Chairman of Romney New Zealand.
History of the Mana Stud Breeding Operation
The stud was purchased from Craig Gibson in 2000. The stud was regarded as one of New Zealand's leading studs at the time. Craig Gibson was a strong advocate of computer technology, and producing outstanding stock with strong performance figures.