Limousins sell to 5,100gns at Welshpool

Source: http://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/limousins-sell-5100gns-welshpool.htm

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The North West Midlands and North Wales Club show and sale of Limousin cattle saw prices rise to 5,100gns at Welshpool on the weekend (26 November), with the Sarkley herd of EH Pennie and Son, Monmouthshire, selling the top-priced lot. Sale leader was June 2015-born Sarkley Lorenzo by Ampertaine Commander and out of Sarkley Heidy. Lorenzo boosted a 400-day growth EBV of +66 and sold to M and A Powell, Newtown, Powys. See also: More stocks and sales news The […]

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