Lumberjack leads trade at NI Charolais sale

Source: http://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/taking-stocklumberjack-leads-trade-ni-charolais-sale.htm

Farmers Weekly

There was a steady trade for Charolais at the Northern Ireland Charolais Club sale held in Dungannon on Friday (3 March), where the 33 bulls topped at 4,900gns.  Sale leader was the day’s supreme champion from Harold Stubbs and his grandson, Alan Burleigh, Crummy, County Fermanagh.  The 16-month-old Derryharney Lumberjack is sired by the 22,000gns Newhouse Bigal and out of the home-bred Derryharney Daffodil. He was purchased by David McIlwaine, Newtownstewart, County…

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