TOP Texel genetics are on offer as part of the Royal Highland Educational Trust’s (RHET) 21st anniversary celebration auction.
The auction, which concludes at RHET’s celebration event on February 21, is being run as both a silent auction in advance of the event and a live auction on the day.
To support the event and RHET, Procters Farm has kindly agreed to donate 10 doses of the 100,000gns Sportsman’s Batman and Auldhouseburn Texels is donating 10 doses of the 125,000gns Raedar Best of the Best semen.
Both these auction lots will be offered as lots of four and six and this is a unique chance to purchase this top quality semen that hasn’t previously been offered for sale.
In addition, Gordon Gray and family’s Ettrick flock is donating four frozen grade one embryos by Brackenridge Commander out of one of their best Yuga Khan daughters, with all shipping costs being kindly covered by AB Europe.
To take part in the silent auction go to www.jumblebee.co.uk/rhetauction
The Royal Highland Education Trust works with volunteers to provide free educational activities and experiential learning opportunities linked to Curriculum for Excellence.
RHET aims to provide the opportunity for every child in Scotland to learn about food, farming and the countryside and to create a wider understanding of the environmental, economic and social realities of rural Scotland.