End of an era for Ingham Holsteins

October 2006
Farmers Weekly;10/20/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 16, p123
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the sale of Ingham and Joelee Holstein herds by breeders Jonathan and Judy Deane at Norton & Brooksbank's Sale Centre in Penrith, England. It is said that the herds have achieved a top price of 3800gns. C & SA Brassington & Son has acquired the maiden heifer Ingham Allen Amanda for 2600gns.


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