Redland herd tops breeder’s sale at 15,000gns

Source: http://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/redland-herd-tops-breeders-sale-15000gns.htm

Farmers Weekly

A yarding of 119 Limousin females topped at 15,000gns with a cow-calf outfit at Borderway on Friday (18 August) as five pedigree herds marketed high-quality males and females and commanded a combined price tag of 380,000gns. Redland Gazelle and her June-born heifer calf Redland Novalty knocked down to Geoff Hadfield of the Willowbank herd, Droylsden, Manchester. She is out of Civelle and by Volcain and bred by RM and HJ Lewis, Lewis Farming, Wetherby. Born in November 20…

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