Campbell Farm Dispersal Sale Herd Dispersal Sale Date: Thursday, October 1, 2009 at Atlantic Stockyards Limited, Murray Siding, N.S. Farm: Duncan Campbell Farm Location: Mabou, Nova Scotia Reason for selling: Retiring (Farmer is 69 turning 70) Herd: 18 cows and 17 calves (One cow lost her calf), 6 Replacement Heifers, 1 Bull Cows: Cows consist of crossbred cows bred to the Charolais. There are NO CULLS as we got rid of the bad ones when the price was high for slaughter cows. Calves: Calves mainly consist of White colored calves, also Tan colored calves with two calves white faced tans. Bull: 4 year old Purebred Charolais Bull LXL Revenge 21R, born January 13, 2005, and has done an outstanding job of siring excellent white and tan colored calves. This bull was purchased from Nappan Bull Sale in April 2006. The bull originated from LXL Charolais Farm (Louis LeBlanc) in Haute Aboujagane, NB and this bull’s sire is the great PMC 179840 LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD which is one of the top highly regarded sires in the Charolais breed. The registration papers will accompany the bull. * Highest Price Paid at the Maritime Cattle Market Feeder Sale for November 4, 2006 was steers owned by Duncan Campbell, Mabou, N.S. * Highest Price Paid at the Maritime Cattle Market Feeder Sale for November 3, 2007 was steers owned by Duncan Campbell, Mabou, N.S.