Averages: 117 Holstein heifers milk, £1754.85; 31 Holstein cows milk, £1641.90; 19 Jersey cross heifers, £1723.57; Five Ayrshire heifers, £1786; Four British Friesians, £1477.50; 14 Faulted cows ¾ , £1130; 39 Holstein in-calf heifers, £1565; Four Fleckvieh cross in-calf heifers, £1307.33; Four cross bred heifer calves, £433.33; Three Fleckvieh bulls, £3800.

The Fleckvieh bull, SG Mampa, was the star attraction at Harrison and Hetherington’s monthly dairy day, held at Borderway Mart, where prices peaked at £4400 for SQ Fleckvieh Genetics, Dungannon, Co Tyrone.

Sale leader is a son of G6 What Else, out of SG Nevada, and now heads home with Messrs Chippendale, Wharton, Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria.

The same home produced another at £3800 with WZI, which was knocked down to Messrs Packham and Sons, Dockery, Kendal. This bull was sired by SH What Else and out of Sonja, which produced a first lactation of 15,265 litres in 305 days with a calving index of 345 days.

The pen of 10 pedigree Fleckvieh bulls from SQ Fleckvieh Genetics averaged £3800. Helping achieve this was two more of the same at £3200.

First to hit that price was the December-2019 born bull, Edmund, which headed home with the Firm of Hugh Limond, Kirkmichael, Ayrshire. He is a son of Edelstein and out of Sage.

Matching that price was the Ivaris-sired bull Isolin, and out of Gaudi 20 – now in her 11th lactation. He found a new home with Messrs Collinson at Colne, Lancashire.

Attaining the top price of £2300 amongst the females was the Wilson family of Wreaywood Holsteins, Woodside, Wreay, Carlisle, where they sold 21 cows and heifers to average £1936. Topping the trade was the 62kg third lactation cow, Coopon Painter Kelly, sired by AltaPainter and out of Coopon Porter Kelly. She headed home with Messrs Dixon, Aspatria, Wigton.

The same buyer also forked out £2250 for another third lactation cow, Wreaywood Miro Adele, from Wreaywood Holsteins. She is sired by the home-bred bull, Wreaywood Miro, and out of Wreaywood Gratis Adele.

The same home sold another at £2250 and topped the heifer trade for the DG Brody daughter, Wreaywood Brody Elisa. She was bred from a VG86 dam who gave over 11,000kgs as a four-year-old and was purchased by Messrs Mandale and Son, Raughton Head, Carlisle.

A small consignment of Ayrshire cattle were also on offer, with prices reaching £1880 for Swaites Dew from John Adamson, Swaites, Lanark. She is by Swaites Norbrook, out of Swaites Dew EX90 and headed home with Messrs Mandale, Raughtonhead, Carlisle.

Leading the sale of in-calf heifers was the Darrahill herd owned by R and L Barron, Darrahill, Ellon, Aberdeenshire, who topped the in-calf heifers at £1750 for Darrahill Pepper Gem. Sired by Delaberge Pepper ETM, her dam is Darrahill Mincio Gem.

Auctioneers: Harrison and Hetherington.