Consortium of farmers pay £100k for lamb at auction



A lamb has been sold for an eye-watering £100,000 to a consortium of five farmers.
The annual Blackface sheep sale at Dalmally Auction Mart, south of Oban, saw more than 1,000 animals go under the hammer on Saturday, with many lambs, which to the layman looked identical to the top selling model, changing hands for a couple of hundred pounds.
John Murray, of Muirkirk, Ayrshire, the owner of Crossflat flock, placed the winning bid amid frenzied competition for a consortium of farmers who own the four other flocks of Midlock, Nunnerie, Auldhouseburn and Dyke.
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16 October 2016 in Environment, Views: 51
Source: Scotsman
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