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World Class Jersey Sells in the Red Ribbon Sale

Following the success of last year’s inaugural UK Dairy Day at the International Centre, Telford the event organisers along with Harrison & Hetherington have added an All Breeds Elite Dairy Sale featuring Britain’s best.

30 world class lots will go under the hammer and they include National Grand Champions, All Britain Winners, Royal Champions, First Time Opportunities, Show Winning Heifers and all are blessed with impeccable pedigrees. The Red Ribbon sale will take place following the All Breeds Dairy Show within the International Centre, Telford on Wednesday 16th September 2015.

Bluegrass Vindications Harp

Bluegrass Vindications Harp Vg88 2yr

One of the best Jerseys to ever sell in the UK, headlines the first Red Ribbon sale. Bluegrass Vindications Harp VG88 2yr has been consigned by James Doherty and Steph Whittaker from Shrewsbury. This amazing young cow was Grand Champion at UK Dairy Expo in March this year and is bred from super maternal line of Excellent cows.

She calved last autumn and was Reserve Grand Champion at Agriscot only three weeks fresh and is due again with her second in early December to Exitation. This is one of the best Vindication daughters in the breed and she has been blessed with an udder that flirts with perfection.

Anyone planning to purchase Bluegrass Vindications Harp will certainly have the opportunity of owning one of the best young Jerseys in Europe today and she will be in perfect condition for the likes of Swiss Expo or UK Dairy Expo in the 2016.

The Red Ribbon sale will take place following the All Breeds Show at UK Dairy Day held within the International Centre, Telford. The catalogue can be order from the Harrison & Hetherington Pedigree Office 01228 406230. For more information on the event please contact Glyn Lucas 07711 610255.


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