70,000gns call tops careful Suffolk trade

Long, Jonathan
July 2006
Farmers Weekly;7/28/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 4, p147
Trade Publication
The article reports on the Northern Area livestock sale held in Edinburgh, Scotland. A ram lamb by Cairness First Flight topped the show gaining a call of 70,000 guinea francs. A lamb from the Strathisla flock of breeder Robbie Wilson was bought for 14,000 guinea francs by buyer Charles Proctor. Several lambs were priced at 10,000 guinea francs.


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