Texel shearling ewes set Welshpool records

Source: http://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/texel-shearling-ewes-set-welshpool-records.htm

Farmers Weekly

Welshpool reported new centre records for shearling ewes and rams on Saturday (26 August) as the Texel Welsh National topped at 7,800gns. Top money was made by the Stainton flock of Peter Woof, Kendal, after winning the female and overall championship. This was with an Eden Valley Warrior daughter out of a dam by Stainton Ricochet. She sold with an index of 362 to Paul Delves, Church Stoke. See also: Lanark tops Texel National sales with 130,000gns call Next best [&#8230…

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