The Meonside Herd of David and Tom Bradley enjoyed an excellent debut at the Annual Sale of Pedigree Beef Shorthorns held at Skipton. Meonside Hyacinth Misty had previously stood 2nd at the Royal Highland Show and 4th at the National Shorthorn Show before a third prize in todays intermediate junior heifer class. Bred from one of the best breeding cows in herd, Meonside Hyacinth and by Elliot Salute the March 2018 heifer sold for 6000gn to T Staunton of County Galway.
Pedigree Aberdeen Angus females were on parade at CCM Auctions Autumn sale on Wednesday. A leading sale price of 2600gns was recorded for the Carrington Park Time on B7 daughter Yearsley Royal Lady S257 sold with her Bull calf by Rawburn Makka Pakka. She sold to Messrs Robinson Bedale. John Walsh sold Buckhurst Jury Erica S184 which is by Blelack Entertainer, and along with her Bull calf which was by a homebred bull Buckhurst Endeavour itself back to Rawburn Boss Hogg out of the 10000gns Rawburn Ebony, the outfit sold for 2000gns to Messrs Raper, Thorne.
Yearsley herd claims 2,600gns top price at Skipton Aberdeen-Angus females sale
The Yearsley herd of North Yorkshire husband and wife, Adrian and Penny Johnson, was responsible for the 2,600gns top price performer at The Aberdeen-Angus Cattle Society’s second annual autumn show and sale of pedigree females at Skipton Auction Mart. (Wed, Nov 6)
It fell to Yearsley Royal Lady S257, an April, 2016, AI son of Carrington Park Time on B7, out of the Blelack Jury daughter, Wall Royal Lady H663, an 11,000gns acquisition by the Johnsons at the Shropshire-based Wall herd dispersal sale in 2011 and who arrived with her bull calf, since well sold into the Cogent breeding programme.
Meonside herd tops at 6,000gns on debut at CCM Skipton Beef Shorthorn highlight
Beautry herd wins second consecutive championship
A first-time foray south of the border to make its debut at the North of England Beef Shorthorn Club’s 10th annual show and sale at Skipton Auction Mart paid rich dividends for the Meonside herd of Dumfriesshire’s Tom Bradley Farmer when claiming top price of 6,000gns with a prize-winning heifer. (Wed, Nov 6)
PEDIGREE HEREFORD CATTLE - **NEW** SHOW & SALE OF HEREFORD FEMALES
Todays Judge Josh Dowbiggin awarded first prize to Lot 2 Halton 1 Emily from David & Iris Boothman selling for 1600gns to DA Butterfield.