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British Blues are choice calves at Junction 36

SPRING calves went under the hammer at Junction 36, Crooklands, where a buoyant trade topped at £445.


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The overall champion from David and Eileen Wallbank, Abbeystead.
The overall champion from David and Eileen Wallbank, Abbeystead.
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British Blues are choice calves at Junction 36 #BeefGB

This was paid for a British Blue bull from G. and M.E. Woodhouse and Son, Lancaster.

 

The overall champion was another British Blue bull calf from David and Eileen Wallbank, Abbeystead, which came down at £400.

 

The heifer victor and reserve overall was a British Blue, which later topped the female trade and made £340, for C.R. and A. Baxter, Morecambe.

 

Hereford heifer calves sold to £275 for a lot from F.W. Rhodes, Lancaster, while Hereford bulls from the same home also peaked at £275.

 

Black and white bids sold to £195 for weaned claves from the Woodhouse family.

 

Auctioneers: North West Auctions.

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