Arkle flock leads Twilight sale at 10,000gns

Source: http://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/arkle-flock-leads-twilight-sale-10000gns.htm

Farmers Weekly

The Wilkinson family’s Arkle flock provided the day’s top price at Friday’s (1 December) Twilight Texel sale when selling a gimmer at 10,000gns. Their sale topper was WGA1603049, a Milnbank Vantastic daughter out of a Brackenridge Underdog dam and going back to Haddo Kingpin. She sold having been served by Aldan Adonis and with a recipient carrying a single embryo by Cornmore Ace. This one was knocked down to C Bellis, Brynford, Hollywell. Second best at 3,500gns w…

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