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Mansfield Mains Sir Douglas Haig, Herd Sire of Glenhurst
DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE, MANSFIELD MAINS
|ANSFIELD Mains Sir Douglas Haig (imp. 16163) is the herd sire of Glenhurst. He is one of the latest introductions to the Glenhurst herd. Though young, he gives promise of being a worthy successor to other famous sires who have headed this noted herd. |
Mansfield Mains, besides being almost faultless in type, carries some of the very best producing blood of the breed, being particularly strong in the blood of the Bargenock and Garclough strains.
In his dam, Mansfield Mains Miss Findlay (43692), there exists about as fine a combination of Scottish show type with the deep full-bodied milking appearance of the genuine thoroughbred. She is not only a show animal, but is also a producer, having given 10,500 pounds of milk testing 3.8 per cent. fat in thirtytwo weeks.
Mansfield Mains Sir Douglas Haig (imp. 16163) — 59803.
Sire — Low Milton Good Hope — 10057.
Sire of Sire — Bargenock Scott Again — 8165.
Dam of Sire — Bargenock Rosebud 3rd — 26294.
Dam — Mansfield Mains Miss Findlay — 43692.
Sire of Dam — Duncanziemere Royal Review — 7209.
Dam of Dam — Duncanziemere Annie — 22322
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