Farm Life at Erinrac

situated at Upper Beaconsfield, 1 hour south east of Melbourne, in the foothills of the Dandenongs, and just west of Gippsland
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ERINRAC FARM NEWS
News about the Erinrac farm and its website
BRAC ANGORA GOATS
This flock was established in 1959 by Barbara Irving; today it is solely based on the now extinct flock of Banksia; one of just a handful of such flocks in Australia or anywhere in the world. Famed for producing classical ultra fine mohair with top grade lustre.
BRAC LINCOLN LONGWOOLS
Brac Lincolns was established to help promote and revitalize a declining breed and also with the use of very careful selection in a small flock to greatly improve the quality of the average Australian Lincoln.
MERRYWOOD CASHMERES
Disbanned 2003. Established at the beginning of the cashmere rush in Australia, I have concentrated on producing high yielding medium diameter cashmere with low guard hair contamination. This is an excellent product for the home craft expert.
DORKINGS OF JAN IRVING
Dorkings replaced the Old English Game flock in 1999. I am concentrating on the Silver Greys only due to time and space restrictions.
ERINRAC WELSH COBS AND ARABIAN HORSES
Jan Irving's Purebred Arabians was established in 1999 with the purchase of Regency Park Saadia from Debbie Yeo (Nar Nar Goon, Victoria). In 2011, the Welsh Cob found its way to Erinrac!