Solid Simmental trade breaks five-figure record

Source: http://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/taking-stock-solid-simmental-trade-breaks-five-figure-record.htm

Farmers Weekly

A combination of pedigree and commercial interest saw a solid trade of Simmental bulls establish a new record number of sires at 10,000gns or above. Bulls were £391 dearer on last year’s tremendous trade, which lifted averages £711 in 2016. In total 14 sires made the 10,000gns mark or more. Leading the way Richard McCullogh’s Overhill House herd from Armadale, Livingston, achieved a top value of 21,000gns for Overhill House Guinness 15, a deep red son of Curaheen D…

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