Royal Welsh Show 2019: Sacombe Simmentals clinch interbreed title

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Farmers Weekly

It was a bittersweet moment for Judy and Bridget Borlase, from Hertfordshire, who marked the birthday of their late husband and father, Paull, by clinching their first beef interbreed championship at the Royal Welsh Show on Monday (22 July). Paull, who founded the Sacombe herd – the oldest in the yearbook – in 1970, sadly […]

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