Hunt, Jeremy
July 2008
Farmers Weekly;7/11/2008, p99
Trade Publication
The article reports that while beef breeding outfits offering strong spring-born calves have been drumming up some good business for vendors putting stock into Carlisle at recent sales, tale-end fixture was down on quality and on prices in Great Britain in the first week of July 2008. But the top-end cattle continued to pull in the bids, with a day's best of £3400 achieved by an Aberdeen Angus heifer and calf consigned by Harry Emslie, Brae of Coynach, Peterhead.


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