Northumberland shepherdess breaks world record with huge price for sale of sheep dog

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    Chronicle Live 1 March 2019. "....A shepherdess who won fame for her solitary life on a remote Northumberland farm has broken the world record for selling a working female sheep dog. Emma Gray, who farms on the remote National Trust-owned Fallowlees Farm at Harwood Forest, sold a two-year-old bitch called Brenna for £14,700 to a farmer and sheep dog enthusiast in America....."
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    Chronicle Live
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    Added by: Simon Cotterill
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