Cheviots sell to 950gns in Monmouthshire

Source: http://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/cheviots-sells-950gns-monmouthshire.htm

Farmers Weekly

The second annual show and sale of North Country Cheviots at Monmouthshire Livestock Centre peaked at 950gns last week (Friday 25 August). The entry of sheep going under the hammer was double that in the 2016 sale. Topping the sale was an outstanding yearling ewe from K Stones, Nun Cote Nook. She stood reserve female champion in the pre-sale show and sold to Messrs AT and PR Jones’s Clytha flock. Other smart yearling ewes sold to 460gns and 330gns from […]

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