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Strong entry of hoggs at J36 opener

THE opening sale of store hoggs held at J36, Crooklands, saw just under 1,000 lots forward and a buoyant trade was reported for all sizes.  


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THE opening sale of store hoggs held at J36, Crooklands, saw just under 1,000 lots forward and a buoyant trade was reported for all sizes.

 

Topping the bids was a run of Beltex hoggs from B.J. Bowness, Kendal, which sold to a top of £78/head.

 

At £75/head were pens of Texels and Suffolks from T.A. Teasdale, Grange over Sands.

 

Masham hoggs peaked at £67.50/head for a run from W. and J. Penny, Kirkby in Furness.

 

41 Mule hoggs from P.W. Clarke, Kendal, topped at £64/head.

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Auctioneer Ian Atkinson was in charge of hogg selling at J36's opening sale.


Auctioneers: North West Auctions.

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