Topping Saturday’s sale of show potential steers at Carlisle at £3200 was a
Meanwhile, the Trafford family, Bassenthwaite Hall Farm, Keswick, celebrated a double win when they lifted the Supreme Championship award for their
Their eyecatching entry, a black steer by the Trafford’s imported French Limousin stock sire Vallion is bred from a 7/8 British Blue mother which is the same combination of breeding as Messrs Trafford’s reserve champion at this event in 2008. He sold for £3000 to Messrs Naylor,
The reserve championship ticket was presented to Helen Claxton of Newton High House, Stocksfield, for her black
The sale saw the overall average for the event take a rise of nearly £105 on the year to come out at £826.
Full report to follow.