Market Reports

MARKET REPORT - WEDNESDAY 28th MAY 2014 MULTIBREED

Posted on 28/05/2014 by in reports Pedigree

Lingfields Beef Cattle Fair (Multi-Breed) The Oddacres Limousin herd property of John & Claire Mason headed up the prices for the second successive sale at the Lingfields Cattle Fair. Oddacres Inca the 13 month old son of Homebyres Dixon was picked out by show judge Richard Brown as his reserve champion in the pre-sale show and went on to join Messrs JJ Dalby & Son of Wetherby for 4100gns. The Oddacres herd also produced the 2009 Stock Bull Econome bred by Earl Mazaud which sold to local dairy farmer John Howard for 2300gns.

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MARKET REPORT - WEDNESDAY 28th MAY 2014

Posted on 28/05/2014 by in reports Store and Breeding Cattle

Fortnightly Sale of Young Feeding Bulls, Store Bullocks & Heifers, Breeding Cattle Forward: 511 head of cattle Comprising: 136 Young Feeding Bulls, 250 Bullocks & Heifers, 105 Breeding Cattle & 20 Pedigree Bulls. A busy ringside of customers present helped to produce a trade that would be better than expected for the young bulls, and the vast majority of store cattle as well. All cattle were well contested as feeders like to keep sheds topped up and grazers wanting to take advantage of an abundance of grass.

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MARKET REPORT - MONDAY 26th MAY 2014 DAIRY

Posted on 26/05/2014 by in reports Dairy Cattle

80 Rearing Calves & 22 Dairy Cattle. Rearing Calves to £600. B&W av £47 Cont av £358 Native av £153. Newly Calven Heifers: to £2500 av £1938 GB Moorhouse

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MARKET REPORT - MONDAY 26th JUNE 2014

Posted on 26/05/2014 by in reports primestock

Forward: 16 Prime cattle comprising 4 Clean Cattle (under 30 mos) & 12 Cast Cattle 1,398 Prime Sheep comprising 509 New Season Lambs, 549 Old Season Lambs, 340 Cast Ewes & Rams 502 Breeding Sheep comprising 221 Sheep with 281 Lambs at foot 80 Rearing Calves 22 Dairy Cattle 3 Loads of produce

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MARKET REPORT - MONDAY 26TH MAY 2014 DAIRY PRESS

Posted on 26/05/2014 by in reports Dairy Cattle

Moorhouse milker champion again at Craven Dairy Auction A standout newly calven heifer bagged another Craven Dairy Auction championship for local breeders Brian and Judith Moorhouse at Skipton Auction Mart’s bank holiday Monday show and sale.The Moorhouses, who run the Aireburn pedigree Holstein herd at Hesper Farm, Bell Busk, clinched the latest in a long line of titles with a home-bred daughter of the Worldwide Sires’ dairy bull Regancrest Mr Sam, who has been well utilised by the couple, having been responsible for past Craven Dairy Auction champions and prizewinners.

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