Worcester Aberdeen Angus trade peaks at 4,350gns

Source: http://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/taking-stock-worcester-aberdeen-angus-trade-peaks-4350gns.htm

Farmers Weekly

Demand for Aberdeen Angus males and females was strong at the breed society’s annual spring show and sale at Worcester Market on Friday 14 April, with bull averages up £268.33 on the year. Sale leader at 4,350gns was the April 2015-born bull Warrneho Esquire R574 from Rob Bishop, Wokingham, Berkshire. By the former Royal Show champion and sire of four Stirling champions, Warrenho Dalmigavie G237, he is out of a home-bred daughter by The Moss Mr Eshton D409. Buyers wer…

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