Seventy-two rams were offered and sold for a $1247 average.
In the first sale of the season, the paddock-reared rams presented well, with large frames, plain bodies and strong wool figures.
Not many came in under 99 per cent comfort factor and four achieved the perfect measurement.
Long-term clients John and Simon Giddings, Woolawae Downs, Wangary, and Terry, Ken and Mitch Jolly, Bimbimbie, Karkoo, bought the top priced rams.
Ken Jolly, whose 106-kilogram sire carried a 20.4 micron fleece measuring 99.2pc CF, 15.3pc co-efficient of variation and 3.1 standard deviation, said the bigger-framed, plain-bodied rams suited their breeding program.
He said the rams were good doers, and being paddock-reared appealed because "what you see is what you get."
The eight rams he bought on the day had even, heavy-cutting wool over their whole frame and would produce good results in his country.
John Giddings said his 103-kilogram top ram at 20.3M, 99.7pc CF, 15.5pc CV and 3.1SD was well suited to his high rainfall country where they were looking for big-framed sheep without too much skin.
He said the bright white wool and good constitutions of the Allala bloodline had kept him coming back, and they had picked up a second ram for $2200.
Volume buyers of the day were GA Jolly & Sons, Karkoo, with eight rams and AR&DA Arbon, Tooligie, with seven.
Long-time client Graham Phelps, Campfield, Rudall, said he had been so impressed with Allala stud stock he had been coming back for 34 years.
He said their wool and body size had been key to production and performance.
Elders Port Lincoln auctioneer Craig Shearer said it was a fantastic start to the ram-selling season from a large crowd of mainly repeat local buyers.
"Allala presented excellent quality, large-framed, plain-bodied, stylish-woolled rams with buyers keen to secure their choices providing good competition throughout the sale," he said.
Landmark Cummins Ag Service's John Harris said the good prices were an indication of the confidence in the season, and despite drops in wool and meat prices, the strength in Merino sheep and confidence buyer had resulted in a strong sale.
Stud principal Cliff Phelps was delighted with the sale results, with an average of just $153 shy of the previous year.
He said the favourable break to the season and the amount of feed in the district had farmers feeling positive, and this had been reflected in the total clearance of rams presented at the sale.