Sales Reports

STORE LAMB PRESS - WEDNESDAY 7TH AUGUST 2019

STORE LAMB PRESS - WEDNESDAY 7TH AUGUST 2019

Monyash teenager crowned champion at Skipton Beltex lambs highlight An up-and-coming 15-year-old pedigree sheep breeder from Derbyshire was crowned champion at Skipton Auction Mart’s annual show and sale for Beltex-cross lambs. (Wed, August 7) Owen Wells, from Monyash, who took the title with his 26-strong pen, was just 11 when he first established his own Barley Close pedigree Beltex flock in 2015 with two ewe lambs bought as a Christmas present by his parents, Steven and Steph Wells, who farm at One Ash Grange.

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STORE & BREEDING SHEEP - WEDNESDAY 24TH JULY 2019

STORE & BREEDING SHEEP - WEDNESDAY 24TH JULY 2019

Fortnightly Catalogue Sale of Store Lambs & Breeding Sheep Forward: 5,796 Head comprising 5,689 Store Lambs (av £58.42) and 107 Breeding Ewes (av £108.06) A large show of sheep today, and the headline figures show 900 more lambs sold than the corresponding sale in 2018 and a rise in the average of £3.32 per head on the year to level at £58.42 per head.

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STORE LAMBS - WEDNESDAY 10TH JULY 2019

STORE LAMBS - WEDNESDAY 10TH JULY 2019

Fortnightly Catalogue Sale of Store Lambs Forward: 3,071 Head, Overall av £64.59 (+£3.09) CCM Auctions commenced their fortnightly seasonal sheep sales at Skipton Mart on Wednesday where an entry of 3,071 head was presented for sale.

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STORE LAMB PRESS - WEDNESDAY 10TH JULY 2019

STORE LAMB PRESS - WEDNESDAY 10TH JULY 2019

Numbers and selling averages up at Skipton store lamb opener Increases in both numbers and selling averages were seen, as Skipton Auction Mart’s main sheep sale season got off to a solid start with the traditional pipe-opener for store lambs. (Wednesday, July 10) A total of 3,071 lambs was penned for sale, compared to the previous year’s turnout of 2,126 head, with all breed averages showing an across-the-board increase on 2018 to level at £64.59 per head overall, an increase on the year of £3.09.

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STORE LAMBS & BREEDING SHEEP - WEDNESDAY 27TH FEBRUARY 2019

STORE LAMBS & BREEDING SHEEP - WEDNESDAY 27TH FEBRUARY 2019

Fortnightly Catalogue Sale of Store Lambs & Breeding Sheep Forward: 930 Head, Overall av £60.91 As the Wednesday season draws to a close there was another great entry of nearly 1000 sheep for todays sale. The entry was very mixed for quality, strong Suffolk mid 70’s to £80, Strong Continentals £80 plus, Best Mules in the 70’s, good horned lambs mid 40’s to mid 50’s. Inlamb ewes met a mixed response, nice young sheep selling well, but older plainer sorts hard to cash.

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STORE LAMBS & BREEDING SHEEP - WEDNESDAY 13TH FEBRUARY 2019

STORE LAMBS & BREEDING SHEEP - WEDNESDAY 13TH FEBRUARY 2019

Fortnightly Catalogue Sale of Store Lambs & Breeding Sheep - Forward: 1,204 Head – 1136 Store Lambs av £63.44. 21 Blue Face Leicester Females & 18 In-Lamb Ewes Another strong show of lambs forward considering the time of year with 1136 through the ring.

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STORE LAMBS & BREEDING SHEEP - WEDNESDAY 30TH JANUARY 2019

STORE LAMBS & BREEDING SHEEP - WEDNESDAY 30TH JANUARY 2019

Forward: 2,068 Feeding and Breeding Sheep. 1,837 Store Lambs & Feeding Ewes - Average £63.57 231 Breeding Ewes – Average £111.37 Another tremendous entry of store and feeding sheep for the time of year met with a fast selling trade when put in front of a good crowd of purchasers. Best Lambs topped at £100 form Hannah Brown and £99 from AM&HV Brown, strong lowland lambs on the day in the late 70’s and early 80’s, medium types in 70’s and longer keep types in the 60’s.

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STORE & BREEDING SHEEP - WEDNESDAY 16TH JANUARY 2019

STORE & BREEDING SHEEP - WEDNESDAY 16TH JANUARY 2019

Fortnightly Catalogue Sale of Store Lambs & Breeding Sheep Forward: 2432 Head, Overall av £65.96 (+£15.29 on Jan 2018 for 1129 more sold) A great start to the New Year with a large entry of sheep, almost double that seen at the same sale in 2018, and a trade to match. Buyers were out in force, with a large crowd assembled in the Lingfields Ring creating a trade for all classes that was beyond expectations, and an overall sale average of £65.96, being the dearest of the season.

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ADDINGHAM SHEEP BREEDERS - WEDNESDAY 14TH DECEMBER 2018

ADDINGHAM SHEEP BREEDERS - WEDNESDAY 14TH DECEMBER 2018

Baa-gains galore at CCM Addingham Sheepbreeders charity lambs sale There were baa-gains galore at Addingham & District Sheep Breeders’ Association’s 12th annual charity show and sale at Skipton Auction Mart. (Wed, Dec 12) Big-hearted farmers donated 27 lambs in total, the majority North of England Mules, and bidders at the ringside were equally as generous when the lambs went under the hammer, this year raising £3,800 in aid of annual beneficiary, Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice in Oxenhope. The annual showcase has now raised around £44,000 for Manorlands.

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STORE LAMBS - WEDNESDAY 12TH DECEMBER 2018

STORE LAMBS - WEDNESDAY 12TH DECEMBER 2018

Fortnightly Catalogue Sale of Store Lambs, Feeding and Breeding Sheep Forward: 3,132 Head (Overall av £60.99) A good show of sheep for our fortnightly sale with 2911 lambs and 221 Ewes forward for sale. Trade was very similar to last fortnight with strong sheep in sharp demand, and medium to long keep attracting very strong interest from a busy ringside of purchasers drawn from a large area.

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STORE LAMBS & BREEDING SHEEP - WEDNESDAY 29TH NOVEMBER 2018

STORE LAMBS & BREEDING SHEEP - WEDNESDAY 29TH NOVEMBER 2018

Fortnightly Catalogue Sale of Store Lambs & Breeding Sheep Forward: 3,442 Head – 3297 Store Lambs & 145 Feeding Ewes and Breeding Sheep Store Lamb Overall av £61.27 A tidy show of sheep sold to a very good trade, with strong Texels in high demand, topping at £95 from RJ Bailey of Reeth who also sold others at £88. Rob Smith, Steeton sold Texels to £90. Best Suffolks and smarter but smaller Beltex also into the 70’s. The next grade of medium keep Lowland lambs was £65-£70, whilst smaller lambs were £58-£64.

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STORE LAMBS - WEDNESDAY 14TH NOVEMBER 2018

STORE LAMBS - WEDNESDAY 14TH NOVEMBER 2018

Fortnightly Catalogue Sale of Store Lambs & Breeding Sheep. Forward: 7087 Head (5264 Store lambs & 1823 Breeding Sheep) Store Lambs – Overall av £54.81

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MARKET REPORT WEDNESDAY 31ST OCTOBER

MARKET REPORT WEDNESDAY 31ST OCTOBER

Fortnightly Catalogue Sale of Store Lambs & Breeding Sheep Forward: 5,584 Head (Overall av £57.60). Lambs in very sharp demand today from tops to bottom with a full ring of customers present. High demand for the smart Beltex, topping at £98 from Frankland Farms, 8 other pens at £80 plus. More of these best types of lambs needed for customers at the ringside. The strong short keep Suffolk and Texel crosses were up a gear on the fortnight by £3-£4, whilst the smaller wintering type lambs were also a better trade as seasonal buyers now begin to arrive looking for this type of lamb. A large entry of lambs needed for the next sale, please contact Auctioneers Ted Ogden 07855 958211 or Sam Bradley 07538 539077 to discuss selling your stores. Thankyou. The Next Sale also includes the late season 5th sale of Mule Gimmer Lambs and other breeding sheep, Entries to the mart office.

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STORE LAMBS - WEDNESDAY 17TH OCTOBER 2018

STORE LAMBS - WEDNESDAY 17TH OCTOBER 2018

Fortnightly Catalogue Sale of Store Lambs Forward: 5707 Head (Overall av £57.21) CCM Auctions conducted their fortnightly sale of store sheep at Skipton on Wednesday where a nice show of lambs were keenly contested and prices showing a rise on the previous sale. Continental and Down cross lambs were especially good to sell with averages for Suffolks and Texels both over £60, and Beltex’s averaging £71.05.

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STORE LAMBS - WEDNESDAY 3RD OCTOBER 2018

STORE LAMBS - WEDNESDAY 3RD OCTOBER 2018

Fortnightly Catalogue Sale of Store Lambs & Breeding Sheep Forward: 6053 Head, Overall av £55.21 A nice show of lambs forward on Wednesday for CCM Auctions Fortnightly sale at Skipton Mart and in the end a nice trade ensued. With grass keep short and prime lambs just a bit steadier this week, the sale started slowly, but soon found a rhythm, and the medium to short keep lambs were in very strong demand, especially stronger Mule Wethers which were generally £55-£60, handier wethers early £50’s.

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