Farmers Guradian
Topics
Nine ways to keep your farm vehicles safe

Nine ways to keep your farm vehicles safe

DataHub

DataHub

Dairy Farmer Magazine

Dairy Farmer Magazine

Auction Finder

Auction Finder

British Farming Awards

British Farming Awards

CropTec

CropTec

LAMMA 2019

LAMMA 2019

You are viewing your 1 free article

Register now to receive 2 free articles every 7 days or subscribe for unlimited access.

Subscribe | Register

Market record of £8,000 set at Leyburn spring spectacular

A new market record was set at Leyburn’s spring spectacular sale of show potential cattle when the champion, a Limousin cross heifer from Garrowby Farms, York sold for £8,000 to the judge, Donald Morrison, Kilnlochbervie, Sutherland.


Angela   Calvert

TwitterFacebook
Angela   Calvert
TwitterFacebook

Second top price of the day was £3,200 for another Limousin heifer from Garrowby Farms.

 

John Smith-Jackson, Haltwhistle took £3,100 for the champion British Blue heifer, which went to Wilkinson and Marwood, Leyburn, £2,400 for the reserve champion heifer, a Limousin, bought by R.D. Anderson, Middleham and £2,200 for the reserve champion steer, another Limousins selling to Jennifer Hyslop, Ayrshire.

 

Mr Smith-Jackson also took reserve overall with the champion British Blue, a steer, which was knocked down at £2,000 to Julie Sedgwick, Aycliffe, Co Durham.

 

The baby beef class was won by James Bailey, Bedale with a British Blonde heifer calf just under five-months-old. It crossed the Pennines to Mellin and Cropper, Accrington for £2,050.

Averages

Heifers – Limousin, £1,985; British Blue, £1,557; overall, £1,827 (- £245);

Steers - Charolais, £1,550; British Blue, £1,410; Limousin, £1,352; British Blonde, £1,300; overall, £1,383 (- £149).

 

Auctioneers: Leyburn Auction Mart.

A Limousin heifer from Garrowby Farms which made £3200

A Limousin heifer from Garrowby Farms which made £3200
TwitterFacebook
Post a Comment
To see comments and join in the conversation please log in.

Most Recent

Facebook
Twitter
RSS
Facebook
Twitter
RSS