Somerset dispersal reaches 1100gns

February 2007
Farmers Weekly;2/16/2007, Vol. 146 Issue 7, p132
Trade Publication
The article reports on the cows that are sold at the Barrow Hill Farm sales in North Wootton, Scotland. The best-selling cows at the trade include Spetisbury Eddie Nesta, Genus Janner and Worcross Iris. The sale prices of the cows are disclosed. The amount of milk produced by each cow is mentioned. The total sale generated by the event is cited.


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