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History: Breeder Brings Fame to Canada

Reprinted from the April 1951 issue of Canadian Cattlemen

Breeder Brings Fame to Canada
By Chas C. Clark, High River, Alta.

‘When W. A. Crawford-Frost of Nanton says “I have always concentrated on the Calgary bull sale as being of paramount importance” there is perhaps more than a little touch of sentiment in this observation, because his boyhood impressions of Alberta were linked to the spring bull sale in Calgary. Those first impressions stirred in him the ambition to raise quality stock. How well he has succeeded is well known on this continent and even across the seas wherever Hereford cattle are in the picture.”

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Caerleon Royal Dandy 21-E, First Prize Junior Bull Calf, 1951 Denver Show.
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