There's a guy called Mark Chapman who advertised a few days back, seven 2 year old beltex ewes, registered, MV accredited near tenby. They are in the agricultural items for sale/wanted in Carmarthenshire & powys group on Facebook. Wants £400 each
As mentioned above I have sold all my 4 crop ewes at Carlisle. Shame, @New holland that you've decided to buy just as all the Beltex and Texel and even the Beltex cross Texel in-lamb sales are about past. There was one in Wales recently and there are a lot of good breeders in Wales. Maybe you should get in touch with the Welsh club who might know of some for sale? http://www.beltex.co.uk/Regional_Clubs/regional_clubs.html.
As for Beltex cross Texels there are a few well known breeders who sell in lamb females. Thomas and James Whiteford of Tercrosset in Cumbria were selling some recently and may have more for sale -worth contacting them.
Plenty of females still to be sold. Although I would have reservations about the morality and integrity of pedigree in lamb sales. There are a lot of heavily fed ewes which end up having dead or very weak lambs. In my experience anyway.
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