Welsh Blacks top trade at 16,000gns

Source: http://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/welsh-blacks-top-trade-16000gns.htm

Farmers Weekly

Welsh Black bulls realised a strong trade at the Welsh Black Cattle Society’s 61st Winter Show and Sale at Dolgellau last week (10 January), when bids reached 16,000gns for Llechwedd Rhys 47th.                 The April 2015-born home-bred bull, with Trefaes Twm 2nd bloodlines, was sold by William Hefin Evans, Eithin Fynydd, Talybont, Merioneth, and was knocked down to DG and B Thomas, Aberdyfnant, Llangadog, Carmarthen. See also: More sales news Next in the money at 9,000gns was the day’s reserve champion […]

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