Lively trade for Beltex at Chelford

January 2007
Farmers Weekly;1/12/2007, Vol. 146 Issue 2, p112
Trade Publication
The article reports on the livestock trade for Beltex Sheep Society at Chelforn in Cheshire, England, whose prices reached 1500gns. The chance to own a nucleus flock of Beltex ewes with lambs at foot within weeks drew bidders to the trade. The event's champion who is from Ayrshire-based breeder Alex Gibson, earned the ringside's approval at new breed society secretary Rachel Buckle's first sale.


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