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http://needgoat.live/blogg needgoat The Spring 2013 calves are dominated by Duncraggan Rubicon 089 and JSF Gauge 137W progeny. After too many white calves in the previous years, this year we have a number of outstanding solid red calves in the line-up. In fact, we only have three whites amongst them. Colour aside, it is a real even bunch, right up there to challenge the drop of 2011. We have completed the 100-day performance testing, and there is a good spread of calves that have performed very well. They continue to perform well on their mothers and still have a good three months to go until weaning in March. All-in-all we should have an outstanding line-up for our 2015 sale!
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