ROSS Streeter has pleaded guilty to killing his father and uncle on their merino sheep farm in Natte Yallock.
Streeter, of Bendigo, entered the guilty plea in the Victorian Supreme Court on Monday. He had previously pleaded not guilty.
The 31-year-old was charged with two counts of murder following the shooting deaths of sheep farming brothers John and Douglas Streeter at the Natte Yallock property, northwest of Avoca, in March.
Streeter briefly appeared in court this morning, where he entered the change of plea.
The Melbourne Magistrates Court previously heard Streeter went to the family farm on March 14 and shot his uncle John.
He then left, but returned later and shot his father Doug, the court heard.
A family member found the bodies of the two men, both in their 60s.
Streeter will next appear in court on December 2.