Foxhill Livestock

The Foxhillfarm herd has five heifers heading to the Limousin Red Ladies Sale at Carlisle on 10th December, offering top drawer genetics from the heart of the herd. These are the only five heifers born in January 2021 and all are offered for sale.  
Foxhillfarm Sugarbabe
First up in the sale is Foxhillfarm Sugarbabe, an Ampertaine Gigolo daughter is out of former show heifer Foxhillfarm Limitededition, winner of the Females of the Future championship at the Royal Welsh in 2016. She was the senior heifer champion at the Stars of the Future Show in 2016 and the following year won the interbreed championship at the Royal Cornwall Show. Limitededition is herself by Kype Interrogate and out of our legendary brood cow, Bankdale Elizabeth. 
Foxhillfarm Silhouette
Then comes Foxhillfarm Silhouette, another great heifer by Amptertaine Gigolo and out of Foxhillfarm Isla, who has bred five heifer to average more than 8000gns at our last consignment in May 2018.With top genetics throughout her pedigree this heifer is sure to make an exceptional addition to any herd.
Foxhillfarm Spice Girl
Following her is a full sister to the first in our offering in the form of Foxhillfarm Spice Girl. Her exceptional pedigree is matched by her style and shape.
Foxhillfarm Sugarsnaps
Next up is Foxhillfarm Sugarsnaps, a Goldies Owain daughter out of Foxhillfarm Natasha, herself an Ampertaine Jagger daughter out of Foxhillfarm Iola. Natasha was junior female champion at the Great Yorkshire Show in 2018.
This super heifer goes back to the outstanding brood cow Bankdale Alice, providing a great opportunity to access some of the best genetics in the breed. Alice has bred progeny worth more than 650,000gns to date and while we sadly lost her this year, her breeding carries on in many generations. 
Foxhillfarm Supreme
Last but not least Foxhillfarm Supreme. Sired by Kype Interrogate, this one is out of Foxhillfarm Isla, another Alice daughter which is also dam of our super show female, Foxhillfarm Naomi, who was champion at the Royal Highland, Great Yorkshire and Royal Welsh in 2019.  
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