Stephen Carr
Tom Gubbins, who runs a herd of 1,400 Aberdeen Angus cows in Victoria, Australia, told delegates at the British Cattle Breeding Conference that it was time to “ditch livestock showing”. It was not, he said at the recent Telford event, a proper way of assessing cattle – and while it might be typically blunt for an Australian to say such a thing, does he have a point?  From where I sit writing this, I can view a piece of lovingly polished silverware […]
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