Girl power--females scoop top silverware

Long, Jonathan
June 2007
Farmers Weekly;6/22/2007, Vol. 146 Issue 25, p43
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The article reports on some of the highlights of the East of England show held in June 2007. Doug Mash's French bred cow Segala won the interbreed beef title. The Limousin cross heifer Miss Moneypenny from Elfred Williams led the commercial beef championship. Exhibitor Kevin Matthews took top honors in the interbreed pig category with his Saddleback gilt Lowpark Grand Duchess 240.


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