Lanark tops Texel National sales with 130,000gns call

Source: http://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/lanark-tops-texel-national-sales-130000gns-call.htm

Farmers Weekly

Scottish bidding led prices over a busy few days of Texel trade that managed a top call of 130,000gns at Lanark’s Scottish National Show and Sale last week (23 and 24 August). It was Charlie Boden’s Sportsmans A Star that made the top money, knocked down in a two-way share between breeders Hugh and Alan Blackwood, Auldhouseburn, and John Forsyth, Glenside. The super sire ram lamb sold with an index of 354 was by last year’s 70,000gns Lanark trade topper […]

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