Trickett, Sarah
May 2008
Farmers Weekly;5/23/2008, p87
Trade Publication
The article presents a roundup of cattle sales around Great Britain. Steady trade was seen at Hawes market with 180 show-potential cattle forward. Hallworthy market saw fantastic trade, with more than 500 head of store cattle going through the ring watched by a large buying crowd. Another successful sale was seen at the Welsh Black Cattle Society's spring pedigree store sale at Llandovery, with 20 registered and unregistered animals sold.


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