A roundup of the bestsellers from all of the facilities stay throughout the nation

Some 662 sheep had been offered by Craig Wilson Mart, the place 18 spring lambs had been topped at £ 160 for the Suffolks from A Wallace and Co, Claycrop or 324.3 pence per kg for extra of the identical from Ms Bodle, No 2 Excessive Boreland.

Hoggs conceded 281.2p after peaking at £ 157 for Texels JR Howie, Auchentibbert and 329.6p for Texels of Farm A and J Wright Traboyack.

The 374 Blackface Hoggs hit a excessive value of £ 139.50 from A and F Baillie, Low Glasnick, with lightweights from the identical home promoting at 306.6p, to stage off at 292.9p.

Sunk sheep had been capped at £ 150 for Texel tups by JR Howie, Auchentibbert, whereas JT and SA Cannon, Redbrae led the £ 148 sheep with a Suffolk.

Wooler

All courses had been dearer the week on sale of 600 premium sheep by Harrison and Hetherington, with hoggs leveling off at 288 pence per kg promoting for £ 181 for an East Fleetham Texel or 376.5 pence for Heaton’s Beltex.

Forged sheep offered for £ 191 for a Texel from IF Murray, Shepherds Cottage, whereas a Texel from Gatherick led the rams at £ 179.

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The Limousins ​​led the Lawrie commerce and Symington’s sale of 31 cattle, the place oxen (11) and heifers (20) balanced at 244p per kg and 252p respectively.

Oxen offered at 258p for a Limousin weighing 614 kg from Nethermyres and for a British Blue weighing 538 kg from Chapel of Barras and at £ 1610 for a Limousin weighing 644 kg from Nethermyres.

The Limousins ​​additionally topped heifers at 273p twice – for a 514kg entry from Nethermyres and a 542kg batch of Chapel of Barras or £ 1,665.20 for a 724kg Charolais from Pityot.

Main the 384 hoggs at 377p per kg and 170 £, 45kg of Beltex from Glenmoy. They common 287p.

Shandford led the £ 161 casting commerce for Texel sheep.

Huntly

United Auctions offered 1,349 premium sheep, the place new season lambs offered at 318 pence per kg and £ 143 per 45 kg from Texels of Meadows, Rothiemay, whereas older season varieties value on common 291.2 pence after promoting 344 pence for 38 kg Beltex from Craighall, Cairnie or £ 175 for 74 kg Texels from Dunscroft, Huntly.

Sheep offered for £ 169 for a trio of Beltex from Mains of Culsh, New Deer.

Stirling (Cale)

At Caledonian Marts, promoting 98 premium cattle, oxen offered at 255 pence for a Limousin from M Orr and Sons, Penston, Macmerry and £ 1,768 for an Aberdeen-Angus from H Greer, Gelvan View, Kinross, to money at 234 pence.

Heifers had been exceeded at 275p for Limousins ​​from J and N Kerr, Bankhead, Aberdour and £ 1820 for one from the identical family at 253p stage.

Bulls offered at 212p for an Aberdeen-Angus from S Dick, Westerton, Cowie and at £ 2007 for a Limousin from W and R Thomson, Cairnbog, Kilsyth.

OTM’s averaged 158p, promoting for 198p for a Limousin from W Erskine, Woodcockdale and £ 1490 for a Limousin from R Graham, Airthrey Kerse, whereas forged males offered for £ 1400 for a Shorthorn bull from C Hastie, Easter Gartfarran and 134p for a Highlander by M Reynier, Easter Ellister, Islay.

On Tuesday the agency offered 957 sheep, the place the spring lambs offered for £ 174 and 379p for a pair of Suffolks from J Wilson, Balhelvie, Newburgh, whereas the hoggs offered for £ 163 for Texels from S and JE Andrew, Letter, Dunkeld or 326p. per kg for Texels of J and D McNicol, Whitecross, Dunblane.

The 374 sunk sheep value a median of £ 124.61, peaking at £ 175 for Texels at Bankhead Farming, Criminal of Devon.

Stirling (UA)

Within the United Auctions sale of 4,417 sheep, Easter Ochtermuthill and 9a Cauldcoates led the brand new season lamb commerce at £ 174 per head and 372p per kg for Beltex and Texels respectively.

Easter Ochtermuthill additionally topped the previous season Lambs at £ 174 and 387p with Beltex.

Texels topped Wester Balgair’s £ 176 caste ewes, whereas Rams offered for £ 189 for a Hatton Know cross.

Thainstone

Aberdeen and Northern Marts offered 16 oxen at a median of 219.2 pence with costs of 267 pence per kg and £ 1,909.05 per head paid for a 715 kg Aberdeen-Angus cross from Mains of Dumbreck, Udny.

The 32 heifers tied at 230.5p after promoting at 261p for a 560kg Limousin cross from Stoneyhill, Keith-Corridor or £ 1,672.50 for a 750kg Salers cross from Whiteinches, Pitcaple.

95 completed beef cows had been additionally offered which value a median of £ 1,274.63 with a peak value of £ 1,690 paid for an 844kg Limousin cross from South Seatter, Sandwick, whereas 39 beef cows stabilized at 1,031 , £ 41 after promoting for £ 1,205 for a 726kg Simmental cross from Nottingham Mains, Latheron.

The two,678 old-season lambs balanced out at 289.9 pence per kg, having peaked at 328.3 pence for 46kg Beltex from Newton of Greeness, Turriff and £ 163 for 65kg Texels from Burnside, Newmachar.

The 616 feeding ewes and rams offered for £ 187 for Texels of Burnside, Newmachar.

Longtown

On the C and D public sale, the brand new season lambs offered for £ 150 twice for the Suffolks of HM Martindale, The Land, Lockerbie and for Texels of Messrs. Hewson, Burgh Head, Carlisle.

The 2306 hoggs balanced out at 298p with a SQQ of 304.2p after promoting at 369p and £ 170 for Beltex from M and W Fotheringham, Drumcairn, Perth.

The 1821 ewes had been topped at £ 200 for Beckfoot’s Texel ewes, whereas the rams had been led by Suffolks from the identical home at £ 216.

Lanark

Lawrie and Symington’s sale of 246 cattle noticed oxen promote for 270p from Messrs. Grey, Balquharrage Farm, Lennoxtown or £ 1,633 from Messrs. Ferguson Bros, Gillandersland Farm, Linlithgow.

Heifers peaked at 280p from MM. Dickinson, Brockwoodlees Farm, Canonbie or £ 1,680 from Messrs. Wainwright, Todhall Farm, Cupar.

Prime hoggs was topped at £ 168 for Texels from Messrs. Struthers, Collielaw and at 365p for Beltex from Downie Farming, Newton from Crathie, to steadiness out at 290p with a SQQ 295p.

The sunk 1,120 sheep hit a excessive of £ 194 for Texels from Messrs. Gibb, Toftcombs.

Ayr

Craig Wilson’s sale of 1,306 premium sheep on Monday noticed costs peak at £ 179 per head or 397.8 pence per kg for a pair of recent season Texels from AH Fisher, Merrick, Stranraer. They had been on common 365.7%.

Prime Hoggs stabilized at 288.4p per kg after peaking at £ 163 for Texels off Hugh Hodge, Garfield or 366.7p for Beltex from J and R Semple, Netherton.

The 336 sunk sheep had been topped for £ 188 by a Beltex ewe from J Cousar, Howcommon, whereas the rams offered for £ 156 for Rushaw’s Dorsets.

On Tuesday, 166 premium and forged cattle had been forward, with heifers and oxen averaging 252.5 p and 250.1 p respectively.

The very best value per kg was 283 pence for a Burnockstone limousine cross heifer or £ 1,621.40 for a Carskerdo Charolais.

Oxen offered at 260p and £ 1742 for a Limousin from North Boig.

St Boswells

Oxen (16) and heifers (53) balanced at 247p and 251p per kg respectively, on the Harrison and Hetherington sale, the place costs peaked at £ 1,728.72 from Nisbet and 278p from Bee Edge.

Casting entries had been topped at £ 1,381.88 from Butcherscote and 199p from Ruletownhead.

The six ahead spring lambs leveled off at 312p per kg, having peaked at £ 144 and 324p for Runningburn, whereas 876 hoggs had been topped at £ 171 for the Boghall Suffolks or 371.1p for Waterside’s Beltex , on the stage of 305p.

Sunk sheep value a median of £ 104 and had been topped at £ 153 twice – for a Charollais from James Neil and Son, Runningburn and a Beltex from DA Dagg, Craighouse.

Haltree topped the rams at £ 133 with a North Nation Cheviot.

Carlisle

The Limousins ​​topped the sale of 46 cattle by Harrison and Hetherington, the place the oxen had been topped at £ 1,900.61 and 258.5 pence for a 741kg Limousine cross from Messrs. Bowe, Bothel Parks, Wigton, whereas heifers peaked at £ 1,779.33 from Messrs. kg for an additional of the identical from MM. Miller, Excessive Aketon, Wigton.

A Limousin from Sarkshields Farm additionally drove the feed cows at £ 1,698 or 224.5 pence per kg from Marina Home.

The 145 spring lambs had been topped by Cardew Corridor promoting Beltex at £ 232 per head and 539.5 pence per kg.

Hoggs cashed in at 300p, with costs paid £ 186 for a Texel from JAW Wilshaw, Oulton Corridor, Wigton or at 400p per kg for an additional of the identical from MM. Donaldson, Hazel Home, Huby, Yorkshire.

Molded sheep offered for £ 175 for a Texel ram by Messrs. Reid, Bengall.

Dingwall

Oxen cashed at 244.2 pence and offered at 250 pence for a 605 kg Limousin cross from Ashley, North Kessock or at £ 1,632.00 for a 680 kg from the identical cross from Kinchyle Farm, Scaniportd, on the market by Dingwall and Highland Marts

Heifers stabilized at 237.4p with costs peaking at 256p for a 540kg Limousin cross from Bridgend Farm, Dingwall or £ 1657.50 for a 750kg entry from the identical cross from Kinchyle Farm, Scaniport.

The 5 lambs within the new season had been topped at 258.3p and £ 133 for the Zwartble crosses of The Paddock, Druim Temple Croft, Gorthleck at 258.3p on common.

The 360 ​​lambs from the previous season offered for a median of 287.9 ​​pence after promoting at 312.9 pence for 42.5 kg of Texel crosses from Glebe Farm, Kiltarlity and £ 147 for 47.5 kg of Texel crosses of 8 Englishtonmuir, Bunchrew.

Wigton

Prime sheep offered via Hopes Auctioneers’ noticed 73 new-season lambs averaging 362.5 pence per kg, after promoting for £ 187 for a 41kg Texel or 461.1 pence for a 36kg Texel, each P and N Tattersall, City Finish Farm, York.

The highest 530 hoggs stabilized at 307p with a buying and selling excessive at £ 212 and 474.8p for a Blue Texel from MM. Fell, Stanger Hill.

The 83 sunk sheep offered for £ 145 for a Texel from P and N Tattersall, City Farm, Ellerton, whereas Texels led the £ 119 tups from JN Harrison and Sons, Downhall.

Douglas Citadel

On Tuesday, Wallets Marts offered 361 hoggs to steadiness at 250 pence per kg with costs of 317.4 pence for a Beltex hogg from MM. Milroy, Mains of Machermore or £ 142.50 for the heavy Texels of Messrs. Craig, Compstonend.

The 194 sunk sheep noticed highs of £ 189 paid for a Texel sheep from Mains of Machermore.


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