Record crowds witness Group 1 gimmer clinch NW Texel honours

September 2006
Farmers Weekly;9/1/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 9, p124
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The article reports on the results of the sheep show and sale organized by the North West Texel Club in Great Britain. Breeder Peter Woof earned £1,700 for his grimmer from the Stainton flock. A grimmer from the Hull House flock was sold by breeder John Mellin for £1,000 to breeders Alan and Phyllis Critchley.


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