Cumbrian Ram Sale, Thursday 4th September 2014

Innovis Ltd, August 2014

The Innovis Cumbrian Ram Sale will be held on Thursday 4th September 2014 at Cannerheugh Farm in Renwick, Cumbria.

If you have not yet received your catalogue, and would like one sent out to you, either via post or email, please call Innovis on 01970 828 236. 

There is also still time to pre-register for the Innovis Cumbrian Ram Sale using INNOVIS FAST TRACK. Call 01970 828 236 before 4pm on Tuesday 2nd September, and we can allocate your buyer number before the sale!

We would like to thank Paul and Nic Renison for hosting the sale. 

Looking forward to seeing you all there.

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