Ashacres milkers go far and wide

July 2007
Farmers Weekly;7/6/2007, Vol. 146 Issue 27, p123
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The article reports on the sale of the milking portion of John Wynn's Ashacres herd and Komet Holsteins at Beeston Castle Auction in England. A cattle named Kormet Jordan Roxy was bought at 4500 gns by David and Mimi McClurg of County Down. Meanwhile, Richard Edwards from Tilstock, Whitchurch took 3 cattle from the Ashacres herd, including the Esquimau Gwenda for 2900 gns.


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