Third calver gets Sedgemoor Spring Fever

Lawrence, Chrissie
April 2008
Farmers Weekly;4/4/2008, p88
Trade Publication
The article reports that third-calving cow Chavenage ASP Queen from David and Valerie Norman topped the Annual Spring Fever sale at Sedgemoor Auction Centre in England. The December-calved cow giving 40 kilogram (kg) was sold to R. Down of Taunton for 2,350 guinea francs (gns). Moreover, A three-month-old heifer, Sandyhill Gaiety 158 by Doolhof was sold for 780gns to a man named Symms in Sherborne.


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