• A LOOK at store and special sales to the week ended May 17, 2016.

  • TWO Scottish dairy producers are at the helm of the Ayrshire cattle breed, with Gilmour Lawrie, Sandyford, Monkton, taking over the role of president for the forthcoming year.

  • TRADE was buoyant at a select British Blonde sale at Carlisle, last week, where more commerical and pedigree buyers than bulls, bolstered trade

  • WITH three bulls selling at 8000gns and a clearance rate of 70%, Limousin bulls sold well to average £3728 for 33 at the society's recent sale at Brecon.

  • BIDDING failed to reach the fast pace usually seen at the Charolais Cattle Society's bull sale, at Carlisle, last weekend, where a selective trade saw only the most correct bulls able to find new homes.

  • A LOOK at store and special sales to the week ending May 10, 2014.

  • CHAROLAIS sold to 3700gns for a cow and calf outfit at the dispersal of John and Caroline Wlyde's Martland herd, at Exeter, last week.

  • LEAD disclosed price at the final sale to disperse John Busby's Hilltop herd from Whangs Farm, Egremont, last week, was 1700gns paid for an eight-month-old calf.

  • FINAL bidding has been wrapped up from the first online pedigree sale of cattle through the all new trading platform, www.pedigreesales.co.uk

  • A PACKED ring side witnessed Limousin females from the Claragh, Goldies, Haltcliffe, Gunnerfleet and Lodge herds hit a top of 18,000gns twice at Carlisle, last week, at the sale held on the evening before the May sale of Limousin bulls.