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BRITISH FRIESIAN


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HERD STATS Herd size: 156 cows Milk average: 7,442kgs, 4.16%F & 3.36%P Calving Index: 391 days Cell count: 110


HERD VISIT 20 JUNE 11am


Burley Road Farm, Sixpenny Handley, Dorset, SP5 5NY James and Louise Macpherson look forward to welcoming you to view their Beaufort herd at Sixpenny Handley, Dorset. The current herd totals 150 cows, with a 12 month rolling average of 8,556kgs at 4.51%F and 3.34% P. Their Beaufort herd is founded on the long-established Rodbrook herd purchased from the Pembertons on their retirement. This visit is open to all, but it would be very helpful if those who wished to attend would telephone David Armett (Hon Sec) 01530 223446 for catering purposes.


DATE FOR YOUR DIARY – 3 SEPTEMBER 2014 Herd visit to Kirkby at Middlefi elds Farm, Stoke Road, Hinkley, Leicestershire, LE10 3EA. Further details to be supplied later.


 HE’S THE GOVERNOR!


Congratulations to father and son team, Basil and Adam Lawson for achieving the joint second highest price of 4,500 guineas at the Border and Lakeland Club Spring Bull Show and Sale in Carlisle on 9 April. Born in December 2012, Lismulligan Governor (pictured left) is 96% Friesian and backed by homebred genetics on both sides, being by the Grietman-sired Lismulligan Mufasa and out of Lismulligan Gay 66 BFE92(5E), a high production cow with fat and protein fi gures of 4.49%F and 3.37%P respectively over eight lactations.


120 THE JOURNAL JUNE 2014


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