Limousins sell to a high of 27,000gns at Carlisle

Source: https://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/taking-stock/limousins-sell-to-a-high-of-27000gns-at-carlisle

Farmers Weekly

A firm trade for Limousin genetics was reported at Carlisle last weekend (3-4 May). Senior and intermediate bulls were dearer on the year, but overall averages were pulled down by a junior bull average of £6,026. Trade topped at 27,000gns with the Loosebeare Fantastic son Allanfauld Nemesis, from John and Archie MacGregor, Kilsyth, Glasgow. The […]

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