British Blues sell to 5,000gns at final Chelford sale

Source: http://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/british-blues-sell-5000gns-final-chelford-sale.htm

Farmers Weekly

The final sale of British Blues at Chelford before the market’s closure and move to Beeston drew a large crowd, with bulls peaking at 5,000gns.   Sale leader was the first prize winner Drift Kojak, a son of Drift Domino and out of the Empire daughter Drift Fliss, from AS Phillips and Son, Reading, Berkshire. Buyer was CA Howe, Hazelhead, Sheffield. See also: Charolais peak at 4,900gns at Dungannon  Dylan Rees made the long journey from Pembrokeshire with two powerfu…

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