Beltex ram lamb becomes highest ever lot sold at Skipton

Source: http://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/cosmic-tup-sets-new-11000gns-record-skipton.htm

Farmers Weekly

A new all time centre record of 11,000gns was set at Skipton’s Beltex Sheep Society sale on Saturday (2 September), helping lift averages £320.  Homebred by Jock McMillan, Wigtownshire, the sale leader was ram lamb Clary Cosmos, a February-born triplet son of Belgian import V/H/Vrijbos out of the 2015 Ayr Show Champion Clary Wild Thing. It becomes the dearest animal ever sold in the mart’s history. See also: Beltex hit 7,000gns at Carlisle and 1,800gns at Beest…

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