Stockton Suffolks disperse to 10,000gns twice

Source: https://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/taking-stock/stockton-suffolks-disperse-to-10000gns-twice

Farmers Weekly

Eye-catching prices were made at the dispersal sale of John Sinnett’s Stockton flock on Saturday (27 October) as 55 shearling gimmers averaged £1,030 and rams hit 10,000gns twice. The 204-head pedigree Suffolk operation was dispersed on farm, near Stockton-on-Teme, Worcester, ending 45 years of breeding. A prestigious history included five National Flock competition wins and […]

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