Kingledores ram lamb breaks breed record at Carlisle

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Farmers Weekly

High-quality Beltex stock returned to Borderway last week (9-11 August) to break last year’s ram lamb record with a 27,000gns for an entry from the Kingledores flock. Ram lamb and shearling trade was up on the year despite following 2016’s dizzy heights of the 60,000gns Topflite Al Pacino, which set a new shearling record for the breed. Richard Wood, Tweedsmuir, Biggar, topped trade with his ram lamb, which sold to W and A McCrabbe, Raphoe, County Donegal. Kingledore…

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