Blonde cow and calf reach 3,500gns at Newark

Price, Rhian
April 2015
Farmers Weekly;4/24/2015, Issue 1000, p1
Trade Publication
The article presents a report regarding top selling of several livestock's and cows including Tillbridge Gigi, Tillbridge Duchess and Tillbridge Gwenn in Newark, New Jersey as of April 18, 2015. It mentions that Tillbridge Gigi was was bought by cattle breeder T.B. Moorhouse. It also highlights that Tillbridge Gwenn was sold to cattle breeder G and J Billings.


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