The world of Irish beef on show

November 2008
Irish Farmers Monthly;Nov2008, p13
Trade Publication
Information about the Beef Expo in Kilkenny, Ireland is presented. The show, participated by international delegates, including breeders from Australia, Europe, and the U.S., has been successful involving the quality of the breeds on offer. It features Douglas Barr, farm manager in Scotland, claiming that the breeds are good and they would stand up to any cattle in Great Britain.


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