Texels hit 16,000gns at Carlisle Christmas Stars sale

Source: http://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/texels-hit-16000gns-carlisle-christmas-stars-sale.htm

Farmers Weekly

A brace of gimmers from the Strathbogie flock of Jim Innes were the shining lights at the Christmas Stars sale of in-lamb Texels on Saturday (2 December). Topping trade at 16,000gns was a gimmer by Glenside Wild Boy and out of a dam by Scholars Twenty Twelve. She sold in lamb to the 32,000gns Mullan Armani and was the pick of Charlie Boden for his Sportsmans flock, Stockport. See also:¬†Texels hit 23,000gns breaking mart records at Worcester Mr Boden then […]


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