Record-breaking Dalesbreds hit £10,000 and £2,200

Source: http://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/record-breaking-dalesbreds-hit-10000-2200.htm

Farmers Weekly

Two new breed records were set at Bentham on Monday (9 October) at the Dalesbred sheep Breeders Association sale, helping to lift averages by £232.63 to £834. A shearling ram bred by Messrs M Taylor and Son, Higher Brayshaw, Tosside, broke a 13-year record set by an £8,000 bid for a JM Dawson shearling in 2004. The trade topper is by a John Harrison tup, Blubberhouses, and out of a Penyghent dam bred by Colin Price. See also: Dalesbred Ram […]

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