Simmental top Newark English Sale at 7,500gns

Source: http://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/simmental-top-newark-english-sale-7500gns.htm

Farmers Weekly

A strong trade across the board was reported at Newark’s English Premier Sale on Saturday (18 March) where bidders from across the UK managed a headline price of 7,500gns and a 96% clearance across 158 lots. Topping trade was Simmental bull Heathbrow Governor¬†from David and Lesley Sapsed, Hertfordshire. Governor, a son of home-bred Heathbrow Ex Factor out of Hockenhull Girlie 22. Girlie 22, a Blackford Harvester daughter, sold having been unbeaten in the show ring…

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