Highland cattle reach 1300gns

Hunt, Jeremy
May 2008
Farmers Weekly;5/23/2008, p80
Trade Publication
The article reports that the Highland Cattle Society held its annual spring show and sale at Perth, England where three entries from the dispersal of the well-known Torloisk fold led the bidding, achieving a top of 1,300 guineas. The Torloisk fold was established in 1943 with foundation heifers from the Barbreck and Laudale folds.


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