Market Reports

MARKET REPORT - MONDAY 30TH JANUARY 2017

Posted on 30/01/2017 by in reports primestock

Forward: 56 Prime Cattle comprising 17 Clean Cattle (under 30 mos), 1 Clean Cattle (over 30 mos) & 38 Cast Cattle 2,090 Prime Sheep comprising 1,697 Prime Hoggs, 393 Cast Ewes & Rams 75 Rearing Calves 12 Loads of produce

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SCAIFE HALL FARM - JANUARY 2017

Posted on 30/01/2017 by in reports

Scaife Hall Farm charity breakfast a sell-out success The charity breakfast bonanza at Scaife Hall Farm in Blubberhouses, was a sell-out success, as over 180 people tucked into award-winning breakfasts served over three days and six sittings.

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PRIMESTOCK PRESS - THURSDAY 28TH DECEMBER 2017

Posted on 28/01/2017 by in reports primestock

Primestock special sales well received at CCM Skipton Special primestock sales to cater for both vendors and buyers were staged between Christmas and the New Year at Skipton Auction Mart, on Thursday, December 28. A small, but select offering of prime cattle saw eight of the 13 under 30-month entries fall to the year’s principal buyer, Keelham Farm Shop, as co-owner James Robertshaw returned to re-stock the meat fridges for his two award-winning shops in Skipton and Thornton.

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BFL FEMALES - WEDNESDAY 25TH JANUARY 2017

Posted on 27/01/2017 by in reports Breeding Sheep

Annual Sale of Blue Faced Leicester Females. Title and top price coups for Smearsett BFL flock at Skipton The North Craven-based Booth farming family, who run the Smearsett Blue Faced Leicester flock at Old Hall Cottage, Feizor, returned to winning ways when responsible for both the gimmer hogg champion and in-lamb £3,000 top price achiever at Skipton Auction Mart’s annual winter fixture for breed females, also the first registered sheep breed show and sale of 2017

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STORE LAMBS - WEDNESDAY 25TH JANUARY 2017

Posted on 25/01/2017 by in reports Store Lambs Breeding Sheep

Fortnightly Catalogue Sheep Sale: 1,217 Store Lambs & 13 Blue Faced Leicester Females There was a larger entry of lambs this fortnight, but quality was very mixed with lambs generally smaller than the previous sale. Anything with strength and type was well bid for, whilst the long keep lambs were keenly sought with feeder finishers reporting a good supply of winter forage that needs eating. Sales continue fortnightly, please pre-enter stock with the mart office for the catalogue.

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