Cattle in the confetti at Smithfield

Boynton, Liz
November 2002
Farmers Weekly;11/22/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 21, following p89
Trade Publication
Features Neil Lloyd and Sally Burnett, who manage the Black'n'Blues cattle livery service in Great Britain. Location of their wedding in November 2002; Respective careers in showing cattle.


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