38,000gns Graham calf sets Limousin record at Carlisle

Source: http://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/38000gns-graham-calf-sets-limousin-record-carlisle.htm

Farmers Weekly

A phenomenal day’s trading for the Graham herd saw calls of 38,000gns, 25,000gns and 20,000gns at the Limousin Society’s Red Ladies Show and Sale at Carlisle on Friday (8 December).   The Grahams trio of a heifer calf, heifer and bull was the highlight of five lots consigned by Robert and Jean Graham, Bridge of Allan, Stirling, which grossed £102,900 overall. This helped push averages up £1,657 on the year to a sale record of £3,987 as eight animals sold [……

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