Supporting Farmers in Scotland Since 1893
DAIRY BULLS met a good trade at Harrison and Hetherington's Borderway centre, last week, averaging £2744 for 50 sold, with 20 young bulls selling for 3000gns or more.
WRIGHT MANLEY'S mid-month sale of dairy cattle saw 313 sell to a top of £2820 for a home-bred heifer from Simon and Clare Powell, Burlton, Shrewsbury.
STEWART LAWRIE lifted the championship at Lawrie and Symington's Young Farmers' overwintered competition, held at Forfar last Saturday.
AN EXCELLENT show of cattle met a tremendous trade at Aberdeen and Northern Marts' sale of 1041 Aberdeen-Angus and native breed store cattle at Thainstone, on Tuesday.
IT WAS the champion from the pre-sale show which went on to top Lawrie and Symington's sale of 975 store cattle, on Tuesday.
A TOTAL of 511 native bred cattle were forward at Caledonian Marts' spring show and sale on Monday where the Aberdeen-Angus breed commanded not only the best average but also the top price of the day.
A TOTAL of 46 calves were presented to judge T Stevenson, Balmacolly, at United Auctions' annual Perthshire and Fife Young Farmers' calf wintering competition last week.
FIFE BREEDER Andrew Mylius led the trade for Aberdeen-Angus bulls with his reserve champion and the English Premier.
A SPECIAL show and sale of Aberdeen-Angus and native-bred cattle was held at John Swan's St Boswells centre, last week.
A NORTHERN Irish bull from Hayley and Andrew Clarke, of Tynan, Co Armagh, topped the Simmentals on offer at the English Premier, held at Newark Livestock Market, last week, at 4000gns.