Lawrence, Chrissie
August 2008
Farmers Weekly;8/15/2008, p82
Trade Publication
The article offers updates on the meat and livestock industry in Great Britain. Hexam featured buyers from as far afield as Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales and Norfolk. The Smith Jackson's also had the second top price at £2,000 with a British Blue cross heifer bred by the Browells at Quarry House. The overall champion was awarded to a British Blue cross heifer from Alan Hall.


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