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IPROFITABLE POULTRY CULTURE.

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HEREFORD HORSE SALES.

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HEREFORD HORSE SALES. Messrs. Jackson and McCartney held their April sale at Hereford on Saturday last, when they had 200 horses of all classes stabled. Buyers were in attendance from all parts of the United Kingdom, including London, Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Bristol, Cardiff, &c., and the trade throughout foJ both heavy and light horses was much keener and a great improvement on previous sales. A capital clearance was effected, and the majority changed hands at highly satisfactory prices. The auctioneers offered 950 for com- petition in prizes, and the judging was ably carried out by Mr D Davies, of Pembroke, and Mr E Roberts, of Longville, Craven Arms, whose awards were as follows :â Class 1.âFor the best cart gelding or mare, suitable for town work, 4 years old or over. 1 (Champion Silver Cup), Mr G S Price, The Homme, Ross, with a grand upstanding chest- nut gelding, the same gentleman also taking the 3rd prize with a powerful bay gelding 2, Mr A W Foster, Brockhampton, with a bay geld- ing reserve, Mr J J Jones, Wellington Court, Hereford, with a bay gelding, and highly com- mended with a bay mare. Class 2.âFor the best gelding or mare, suit- able for light carter or van work, not exceeding 16 hds. 1, Mr C L Coxon, of Webton Court, Hereford, with a grand upstanding grey geld- ing 2, Mr J D Owens, The Grove, Pembridge, with a brown mare 3, Mr A Hancoin, West Hyde, Hereford, with a bay mare reserve, Mr J Lane, The Hill, Bishops Froome, with a bay gelding highly commended, Mr J Jones, Wellington Court, with a black nrtre. Class 3, -For the best hackney gelding or mare, 15 hands or over. 1 Mr E Pritchett, The Castle, Munsley, Ledbury, with a very smart bay gelding; 2, Mr H Woolridge, St. Owens-street, Hereford, with a chestnut mare reserve, Mr G Price, Balance FarlD, Titley, with a bay gelding highly commended, Mr F W Jones, Talgarth, with a bay gelding. The following are a few of the principal prices realised in the heavy horse section :â Mr G S Price, 3 geldings, 174 gns Mr J J Jones, gelding and mare, 109 gns Mr C H Rowberry, gelding and mare, 105 gns; Mr G Price, gelding and mare, 96 gna Mr J Gittens, two mares, 76 gns Mr A W Foster, bay gelding 65 gns Mr T L Walker, bay gelding, 57 gns Mr T H Griffiths, chestnut mare, 56 gns Mr G J Gittins, bay gelding, 55 gns Mr S Birchley, bay gelding, 48 gns Mr G Pritchard, roan mare 47 gns Mr J Davies, brown gelding, 46 gns Mr J Lane, bay gelding, 45 gns Mr A Hancorn, bay mare, 45 gns; Mr King well, brown mare, 45 gns; Mr J D Owens, brown mare, 42 gns Mr H Williams, brown gelding, 42 gns Mr S Pitt, grey gelding, 41 gns Mr J Jones, chestnut gelding, 40 gns Mr R W Hamar, brown gelding, 38 gns Mr J Meredith, brown gelding 38 gns Mr C Ed wards, brown mare, 37 gns Mr Watkins, bay mare 36 gns, etc., etc. In the Light Horse Section :âThe Board of Agriculture, two mares, 56 gus Mr G L Hinton, gelding and maro, 52 gns Mr E Pritchett, bay gelding, 37 gns Mr W P Lewis, grey mare, 37 gns Mr E Williams, bay mare, 33 gns Mr H Sharp, bay gelding, 32 gns Mr W Davies, roan mare, 31 gns Mr J R Harris, chestnut mare, 30 gns Mr J E Jones, grey gelding. 29 gns Mr E Hancorn, chestnut mare, 26 gns Mr R Wood, chestnut mare, 25 gns, Mr G Price, bay gelding, 24 gns Mr T A Lock, bay mare, 21 gns Miss Roberts, bay mare, 20! gns Mr R Gwilliam, bay gelding, 20 gns, Mr J H Yarnold, bay mare, 20 gns; Mr B P Jones, chestnut gelding, 20 gns Mr F Lloyd, chest- nut gelding, 20 gns, etc., etc. The next sale takes place on Saturday, May I 23vd.

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