More than 100 registered bidders were forward for Aberdeen and Northern Marts’ inaugural online sale of multi-breed pedigree rams.

The event, held in conjunction with SellMyLivestock, attracted 12 different breeds and sold to 1400gns for the Texel shearling, Clinterty Charlie, from Brian Buchan’s Clinterty flock at New Aberdour to the Walkers at Mains of Bruxie, Maud. He is by the 24,000gns Allanfauld Am The Man.

Next best at 1250gns was a Texel ram lamb from Albert and Georgie Howie of the Knock flock, West Knock, Mintlaw. Knock Daredevil, a son of the 8000gns Sportsman Chieftain, was bought by William and David Moir of Moir Livestock, Cairness, Fraserburgh.

Blue Texel shearlings from Stuart and Wendy Hunter, West Cairnhill, Insch, sold to 1000gns and 900gns, with the former bought by A Johnstone, Tannachie, Stonehaven, and the latter by GH Sinclair, Nottingham Mains, Latheron.

Just behind on 950gns was a North Country Cheviot shearling from Roderick Runciman, Allanshaws, Galashiels, purchased by an undisclosed buyer.

Suffolks hit 800gns twice with the first, the shearling Birness Bonkers, from Pat and Rory Machray, from their Middlemuir flock at Daviot, selling to A Spooner, Well Farm, Upper Hume, Staffordshire.

Also making 800gns was a ram lamb from the Lorimer's Cadgerford flock from Kingswells, purchased by the Barclay family from Tullo of Garvock, Laurencekirk. He is by Beechcrest Boris.