STORE CATTLE - WEDNESDAY 27TH SEPTEMBER 2017

Fortnightly Sale of Young Feeding Bulls, Store Bullocks & Heifers, Breeding Cattle Forward: 812 head of cattle Comprising: 86 Young Feeding Bulls, 25 Beef Feeding Cows, 687 Bullocks & Heifers, & 14 Breeding Cattle. Please Note: As of Next Fortnight (11th Oct), all un-entered young feeding bulls and un-entered beef feeding cows will be sold at the end of the catalogued store cattle, there will be no exception to this rule. To ensure your place in the ballot phone the mart office by 4pm Wed 4th October




 

Please Note:

As of Next Fortnight (11th Oct), all un-entered young feeding bulls and un-entered beef feeding cows will be sold at the end of the catalogued store cattle, there will be no exception to this rule. To ensure your place in the ballot phone the mart office by 4pm Wed 4th October 

 

One of the larger shows of cattle we’ve had in previous weeks with a definite increase in cattle coming off grazing today with a lot of weathered cattle throughout the sale, however strong fed cattle was still commanding strong prices.  Fox Farms, Clitheroe topped the clean cattle at £1300 and others at £1290 and £1270. A strong contingent of buyers on black and whites today saw a marked increase in the average price with Malcolm Taylor of Winterburn topping at £980 for a strong bullock. 

 The bulls were yet again good to sell with creep fed spring bull calves flying into £900-£1000 regularly away particularly for a run presented by JC Lund of Coneygarth, with bulls peaking at £1370 for a Limousin bull from JM Townsend, Laneshawbridge.

 

  

 

 

NEXT SALE – WEDNESDAY 11th OCTOBER 2017.


925 HEAD comprising 100 Young Bulls, 50-60 Beef Bred feeding Cows,

750 Bullocks, Heifers & Suckled Calves. Also 25 Breeding Cattle

 

First Autumn Show & Sale of Beef Feeding Cows

Main Autumn Show & Sale of Suckled Calves

Autumn Pedigree Event & Breeding Cattle

 

Catalogue Entries close 4pm Wednesday 4th October

 

Prices and Averages

Young Bulls – Continental x average £961, Native average £541

 

Charollais x (Av £920)

£1240 £930 F&J Andrews; £910 J&A Smales; £910 £890x6 D&A Livestock;

Limousin x (Av £992)

£1370 £1320 £1300 JM Townsend; £1300 J Pickles; £1200 J&S Daniel; £1190 C Schofield; £1140 M Lee;  £1140 J&A Smales;

Brit Blue x (Av £814)

£1160 M Lee; £890 £850 R&VJ Brown; £800 A Parnaby; £700 H Mudd;  

Ab Angus (Av £552)

£710 £450x2 SM&MT Stapleton; £600 Brogden Farms;  

Simmental (Av £925)

£980 A Padfield; £870 G Mellin; 

Blonde (Av £900)

£900 A Parnaby;

Black & White (Av £394)

£420x4 £360x3 Brogden Farms;

 

Top price pen of three or more bulls

(£15 Prize) 3 Char x @ £890 D&A Livestock;

(£10 Prize) 4 B&W @ £420 Brogden Farms

 

Beef Bred Feeding Cows av £856

 

Limousin              to £1090 av £862               WB Woodsworth

Pathanais            to £1110                               JJ&J Woof

Brit Blue               to £1120 av £923               None Go Bye Farm

Blonde                  to £600 av £420                 R&L Cockerill

Charolais              to £1180                               G&L Newburn

Simmental          to £710                                 G&R Bulmer & Son

Longhorn             to £690                                 AJ&HC

Store Bullocks – Continental x average £921, Native average £855

Charollais x (Av £941)

£1240x2 P&E Fox; £985x2 £950 Blue Hills Beef; £930 H&M Plews;

Limousin x (Av £921)

£1300 £1240 P&E Fox; £1120 Fair Place; £1210 JGE Heseltine; £1190 JW Stockdale; £1190 G&R Bulmer; £1185 E&MA Burrow;

Brit Blue x (Av £909)

£1290x2 P&E Fox; £1240 G&R Bulmer; £1150 £1090x2 RP Holt; £1100 H Downs & Son;  £1080x3 E&MA Burrow;

Ab Angus (Av £888)

£1055 Bob Lancaster; £1045 TM Harrison; £1040 £1015x3 KM&L Throup; £1040 CN&SA Harrison;  £1000x2 C Timm;

Blonde (Av £962)

£1160 TW&I Fawcett; £1140 H Downs & Son; £1035 AB J & S Witt; £1010x5 HE&M Hird;

Devon x (Av £825)

£955x6 £630x4 Blue Hills Beef;

Black & White (Av £673)

£980 JR Taylor; £910 R Naylor; £805x2 H Downs & Son; £795x2 £770x5 H Horsfield;

Hereford (Av £799)

£860 £845 £835 £825 Blue Hills Beef; £820x2 H&M Plews; £790x2 KP Drinkall; £750 GCL Stephenson;

Simmental (Av £885)

£1140 £960x4 S&G Kenny; £1010x2 Bob Lancaster; £960 £950 £910 A Fawcett;

Shorthorn (Av £843)

£970x3 £890x4 £800 R&K Gemmell; £620 Blue Hills;

Mont Bel (Av £1071)

£1105 £1060x3 Bob Lancaster;

Bazadaise (Av £723)

£820x2 £530 R Naylor;

 

Top price pen of three or more bullocks

(£15 Prize) 4 Lim x @ 1160 JE Sheard;

(£10 Prize) 3 Lim x @ £1110 Ellis Bros;  

 

 

Store Heifers – Continental x average £862, Native average £844

Charollais x (Av £910)

£1240 £1050 P&E Fox; £1140 £1045x3 DW Sunderland; £1070 JW Barker; £1050 £1000x2 D&A Livestock;

Limousin x (Av £858)

£1190 Bob Lancaster; £1140 WF Naylor; £1135 J Barrett; £1095x3 WF Naylor; £1090 JR&DL Ogden; £1090 JE Cowperthwaite;

Brit Blue x (Av £868)

£1155 AM Richards; £1100 A Fawcett; £1080 £1070 EW&JR Parkinson; £1070 G Abbott; £1065 BR Fawcett;   

Ab Angus (Av £856)

£930x3 CN&SA Harrison; £910 KM&L Throup;  £900 A Thompson; £900 JE Sheard;  

Blonde (Av £796)

£1090 £1040 £950 £920x2 JE Cowperthwaite; £1020 JE Sheard; £950 A Padfield;

Saler (Av £884)

£1025x2 KP Drinkall; £855x2 £830 £800 Blue Hills Beef;

Black & White (Av £385)

£385 CN&SA Harrison;

Hereford (Av £792)

£850 £735 Blue Hills Beef;

Shorthorn (Av £851)

£855 £850x2 R&K Gemmell;

Bazadaise (Av £819)

£850x3 £845 £780x3 R Naylor;

 

Top price pen of three or more heifers

(£15 Prize) 3 Lim @ £1095 WF Naylor;

(£10 Prize) 3 Char x @ £1045 DW Sunderland;

 

 

14 Beef Breeding Cattle

 

Sim x Hfrs with Lim Hfr Calves                     to £1300

Sim x Hfrs with Lim Bull Calves                    to £1500 av £1456

Lim x Hfrs with AA x Hfr Calves                   to £1180