Texel


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Texel

a Dutch marsh type of long-woolled, polled, meat sheep.
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Texel meat sheep. By permission from Sambraus HH, Livestock Breeds, Mosby, 1992
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Top price of the day went to Ian Campbell, Meikle Seggie for a 62kg Texel Hogget at PS115.
BREEDING SHEEP: Texel Yearling Rams to PS360 from BK & ZJ Lane, with others at PS270 and PS265 EWE LAMBS: 115 ewe lambs predominantly long keep and Welsh to a top price of PS55.
Our strong capabilities and approvals combined with the ones of Texel Air, demonstrate our continuous focus on maintaining and improving best practices in the industry to protect the resale value of the VIP assets of our customers"
In 1993 he found himself at the centre of a political storm when, with fellow elite Texel breeders, he hired a mobile Computer Tomography (CT) from the NHS.
The newspaper report reveals that the six-month-old Texel tup was bred by Graham Morrison, from Banff, Scotland, and bought by Fraserburgh farmer Jimmy Douglas.
This encouraged us, so we bought a Texel ram at the Portadown show and sale.
Through its sales and marketing subsidiary, Texel, it has gained a significant share of the world market for high performance CD-ROM drives.
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Leading prices per head: Beltex PS103 Doune Farms (twice); Beltex X PS102 and PS100 Cuiltburn; Texel PS100 Craigend and Riverview; Texel X PS98 Nethermyres and Craigend; Cont PS101 West Lundie; Suff PS98 Kinninmonth; Mule PS87 Meikle Seggie; Cross PS83 Pitcairlie; BF PS78 St Mungo's; BF X PS74 Tigh-Na- Blair.
The headline figure was 1,750gns for a Texel shearling consigned by S4C Ffermio presenter Meinir Howells and husband Gary.