North West Texel Club Sale reaches 4,100gns

Source: http://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/north-west-texel-club-sale-reaches-4100gns.htm

Farmers Weekly

Saturday’s (6 January) North West Texel Breeders Club Sale at Beeston saw rampant demand for both in-lamb females and empty ewe lambs from a packed ringside. Taking the day’s top price of 4,100gns was the pre-sale champion, a gimmer from Spiros Spyrou’s Gib Farm flock. This Hexel Wildcard daughter is out of a dam by Deveronvale Superb and sold carrying twins to Eden Valley Al. She sold to Graham Morrison for the Deveronvale flock. Second best at 3,400gns was a [&#8…

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