Lawrence, Chrissie
March 2008
Farmers Weekly;3/28/2008, p86
Trade Publication
The article discusses the outcome of a cattle sale for the Lancashire Club in England on March 27, 2008. A fresh second calver from farmers Robert and Elaine Butterfield's Ingleview herd dominated the auction. The Butterfields also produced the top priced heifer when Ingleview Trudy 25, the reserve champion in the pre-sale show, was purchased by Graham Kirby for a client at 2,600 guineas (gns). Herdsman Richard Bainbridge was designated as the champion for a first-class young cow by Comestar Outside.


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