Hereford records broken at Designer Genes Sale

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Shrewsbury market hosted the third Designer Genes Sale of Hereford genetics over the weekend (7-8 December), with breed bull, female, semen and embryo records broken. Bull trade only consisted of one lot, but it didn’t disappoint, topping at 13,000gns, setting a new record for UK polled Hereford bulls. The record breaker was Europe Coley 1 […]

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