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Records smashed at Barnard Castle’s sale of show potential cattle

A new centre record of £6,600 was set at Barnard Castle’s sale of show potential cattle.

 


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The champion Limited Edition
The champion Limited Edition

The record breaker was the champion, Limited Edition, a Limousin heifer consigned by R. Hutchinson and Son, Bowes, sold to the judge, Nigel Leighton, Goole.

 

The reserve championship went to J.W. Dent and Sons, Lartington, with the second prize winning Limousin heifer which

went on to make £3,000 to Messrs Marsh, Dover. Messrs Dent also had the third prize Limousin heifer which sold for £2,800 and another which made £2,900, along with the top priced steer, a Limousin, which sold for £1,620.

Reserve champion
Reserve champion

They also took the un-haltered cattle championship, which was judged by David Anderson, Maryport, with an 11-month-old Limousin steer. It sold for £1,380 to R. Alder, Ponteland. The reserve championship went to a British Blonde steer from R.W. Dalton, Hunderwaite, which sold to the judge for £1,250.

Bulls were judged by Keith Metcalfe, Bolam, with first prize going to a Limousin from T. and D.I. Allen and Son, Wolsingham, which was bought by L. Staley, Marwood, for £1,185.

Over thirty month cattle were a strong trade peaking at 164.50p/kg for a Limousin cow from T.F. and C. Robinson, Capheaton, which was knocked down to David Barker, Scarborough, who also paid £1,188, the top price per head, for a British Blue cow from A. and J. Harrison, Ettersgill and Forest in Teesdale.

 

Averages – Steers, £1,078.98 (+ £10.31 on 2018); Heifers, £1,064.52 (+ £9.87 on 2018); Bulls, £1,007.14 (-15.86 on 2018).

 

Auctioneers: Barnard Castle and Teesdale Farmers Auction Mart.

 

 

 

 

 

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