Exeter summer sale peaks at £3,750 for Limousin bull

Source: http://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/exeter-summer-sale-peaks-3750-lim-bull.htm

Farmers Weekly

A cracking entry of pedigree Limousin Cattle topped at 3,750gns and sold to 100% clearance at the summer sale at Exeter Livestock Centre, Devon, last Friday (23 June). First through the ring was an outstanding entry of 10 cows and calves from the Sloughpool herd of Messrs MM Gollop and Son, Cullompton. They saw huge demand, topping at 3,000gns for Sloughpool Heather, a 2012 born cow by Ampertaine Clinton. She sold with her January-born heifer calf by Loosebeare Ipad at […

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