Trademark follows Bristol success

Lawrence, Chrissie
May 2008
Farmers Weekly;5/16/2008, p75
Trade Publication
The article reports that Grangewood Trademark from A and Y Leedham sold for 3300gns to Messrs Brickell, Cirencester after taking the championship honours at Bristol Sales Centre's Simmental show. Taking the female championship was David Barker's Heywood Viola 4th, who later sold for 2000gns to David and Nikky Field, Swindon, to join their recently established organic Burytown herd.


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