Carlisle ring sees Lim bull sellout

Lawrence, Chrissie
June 2007
Farmers Weekly;6/22/2007, Vol. 146 Issue 25, p141
Trade Publication
The article reports on the strong demand for Limousin bulls during a sale held at Borderway Mart in Carlisle, England. The sale resulted in 100% clearance of the 24 bulls offered and led by a top price of 5500 guineas. A total of eight bulls made more than 250 guineas each at the summer round of official Limousin bull sales. The leader at the trade was Fieldson Andrew from East Midlands breeders J&M Fieldson.


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