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Bulls top Angus entry at Dungannon

A high of 4,400gns was realised at Dungannon as an Aberdeen-Angus bull contributed to an overall sale average of £2,390 at the breed society show and sale.


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Bulls top Angus entry at Dungannon #BeefGB

A high of 4,400gns was realised at Dungannon as an Aberdeen-Angus bull contributed to an overall sale average of £2,390 at the breed society show and sale.

 

Sale leader and overall show champion was the bull Old Glenort Krank R697 from James Porter, Dromore, County Down. March 2015-born, it is by the 14,000gns stock bull The Moss Quebec K027 and out of the homebred Old Glenort Kathleen M704.

 

A previous junior champion at Balmoral and the breed’s reserve supreme at Armagh Show, it was knocked down to Leo Devine, Strabane.

 

Next at 2,900gns was the reserve male champion Bessiebell Evan R641 from Jack Smyth, Newtownstewart. By Cloghogue Evolution and out of Cleenagh Gabby, this 17-month-old sold to Mary Hatre, Pomeroy.

 

Mr Porter sold the next bull, the March 2015-born Old Glenort Vincent R572. A son of The Moss Quebec K027 and out of Old Glenort Victoria G346, it stood second at Balmoral to the sale leader and was bought by William Wallace, Dromore, for 2,800gns.

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Total sale average, £2,390.

 

Auctioneers: Dungannon Farmers Mart.

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