Supporting Farmers in Scotland Since 1893
A LEAD price of 5000gns and an average of £3450 for 21 bulls was the end result of a Charolais bull show and sale at Welshpool, which saw a 75% clearance.
PETER Baul's Ravensgate pedigree Holstein herd bagged its second Craven Dairy Auction championship of the year at Skipton, on Monday.
ROUND-UP of store and special sales in the February 6 issue.
ROUND-UP of prime sales in the February 6 issue.
BULLS held up well at the Luing Cattle Society's Premier sale at Castle Douglas, last week, where 23 changed hands to cash in at £4868.80, a rise of more that £40 on the year, while females met a more selective demand.
SHORTHORN females sold to 4800gns to average £1916 for 14 at Stirling on Monday.
THE SOLE entry from Colin Rodger's Comlongon herd, from Dumfries, came up trumps to top the Angus female offering, selling for 7500gns.
WHAT turned out to be a grand show of Beef Shorthorn bulls met a disappointing trade with averages falling £718 on the year to level at £4348 for 34, with only 51% finding new homes.
ROUND-UP of store and special sales in the January 30 issue.
LIMOUSIN bulls met a solid commercial demand at Stirling, on Tuesday, when 56 of the 76 forward cashed in to average £4601, a drop of only £24 on the year for six fewer sold.