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Texel ewes sell to 7500gns twice at Lanark

FEMALES sold to 7,500gns twice last night at the Farmers Guardian sponsored Scottish National Texel sale.



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Milnbank gimmer
Milnbank gimmer

First from Robbie Wilson’s Milnbank flock, Turriff was the reserve female champion from the pre-sale show, a Strathbogie Terminator daughter, out of a Glenside Razzle Dazzle daughter. She sold to Michael Mennie, Turriff.

Springwell gimmer

Springwell gimmer

The other at this money was a Springwell gimmer from Henry Gamble, Co Down. The daughter of Bradleys Underworld out of a dam by Derryvore Ranger sold to Archie Hamilton, Smyllum.

Next at 7000gns

At 7000gns from James Robinson’s Kaker Mill flock, Carnforth was the fourth prize gimmer from the pre-sale show. This wa an ET bred Baltier Thunderbird daughter out of a dam by Garngour Onyx which went to Paul Tippetts, Shifnal, Shropshire.

Following her at 5500gns was Beth and Jack Gault’s Cherryvale gimmer, an ET bred daughter of Duncryne Uber Cool out of a dam by Knock Papoose, it sold to an undisclosed buyer.

Peter Woof, Kendal then took 4000gns for his pre-sale champion, the Angelzarke Uno daughter, an ET bred gimmer out of a dam by Carran Sutherlands Star. The buyer was Robert Bennett for the Plasucha flock.

 

Average; 65 gimmers £1348.04

Auctioneers - Lawrie and Symington

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