Robex shearling gimmers to 6,000gns at Carlisle

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Gimmer trade hit 6,000gns at Borderway, Carlisle, as six pedigree flocks marketed female consignments on Friday (14 December) at the Christmas Crackers sale. The Robex flock benefited from a Messrs Beacom spending spree, taking home the flock’s top six money makers, leaving an average of £1,934.10 for 25 sold. Robert Rennie’s Robex flock, Yetholm, Scottish […]

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