Liam leads Limousin trade with 30,000gns call

Source: http://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/taking-stock-liam-leads-limmy-trade-carlisle-30000gns-call.htm

Farmers Weekly

A strong demand for Limousin bulls at Carlisle on Saturday (18 February) saw prices rise to 30,000gns and push averages up by £1,058 on the year to £6,668 for the 114 bulls sold. Sixteen bulls made five figures and over at the society sale with 53 in all making 5,000gns and more. Leading the day’s trade at 30,000gns was the stylish Swalesmoor Liam from the Swalesmoor Partnership, Kedzlie Farm, Kedzlie Farm, Lauderdale. This October 2015-born bull is an embryo calf [&…

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