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gimmer

(ˈɡɪmə)
n
(Animals) a year-old ewe
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This gimmer, shown by farm manager Alan Cowans, also went head to head with the cattle, horse, poultry and dog champions and came away with the reserve champion of champions award.
This time around it was the gimmer trade he peaked when selling his first in the ring ENM1801997 at 9000gns.
Following on was a call of 650gns for a stylish gimmer from M/s Addison, Hayberries selling to A Bateman, Ivy House, Kendal.
To spend an afternoon sorting your gimmer (female) lambs into keepers and ones to sell, only for someone to leave a gate open and them all muddle up again, is frustrating.
The Alston Moor sale of Mule gimmer lambs, a major highlight in the agricultural calendar for North Pennine sheep farmers and breeders, will be held at Lazonby Auction Mart.
Gimmer Roberts, Matt Flynn and Curtis Hudson all struck in the last quarter of an hour.
The Champion of Champion title went to a Texel gimmer sheep shown by Gordon Gray from Selkirk.
GIMME GIMMER GIMME and Thin Blue Line favourite James Dreyfus (above, with Kathy Burke) will be performing opposite Stephanie Beacham next month in the British premiere of new period drama Elizabeth Rex at the Birmingham Rep.
Gimmer - 1 Mr Jim Robertson; 2 and 3 James Common & Son.
Report: Best of the prices was the 1,200gns achieved for a Texel gimmer from Richard Wilson's Eden Valley flock.
Joe Vickers's family has bought thousands of Mule gimmer lambs for his family farm at Rennington South, near Alnwick.
MOST of this week was spent in the pens sorting which of our Swaledale gimmer hoggs (young females) we'll keep as replacements and which older yows we'll sell.