NWA Newsletter 21st October 2015
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e. [email protected] t. 015395 66222 (J36 Kendal) t. 01524 63308 (Lancaster)
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NWA Lancaster , Wyresdale Road, Golgotha, Lancaster, LA1 3JQ NWA J36, J36 Rural Auction Centre, Crooklands, Milnthorpe, Cumbria, LA7 7FP
Monthly Show & Sale Dairy Cattle Monday 19th October
The October sale saw 28 of the 29 catalogued entries forward. Trade was much improved on the month with a ring side of buyers eagerly competing to secure replacement heifers and cows.
The pre-sale show was judge by Holstein Young Breeder, Tom Gorst of Saltoke Holsteins. The champion rosette was awarded to Lot 19, Bilsrow Ostia Fleury from David & James Tomlinson of Bilsborrow Hall, this heifer also stood first in the halter led heifer class. She later went on to realise 2000.
The reserve champion was awarded to regular vendor J Burrow & Son with Lot 7, Stardale Tiergan Vaakje 3, this sweet heifer giving 34litres went on to achieve the days top price of 2180.
Cows sold to a top of 2020 from J Huddleston, Ravenscar with Lot 14, Ravenscar Lovejoy Hyacinth a strong second calver giving 42litres.
Six heifers broke the 2000 barrier, with all classes considerably dearer than the previous month. An overall average of 1640 for all heifers forward and 1580 for all cows.
Show ResultsShow ResultsShow ResultsShow Results Halter-Led Heifer 1st LOT 19 DJ & S Tomlinson Bilsrow Osita Fleury 2000 2nd LOT 7 J Burrow & Son Stardale Tiergan Vaakje 3 2180 3rd LOT 10 J Burrow & Son Stardale Milo Vaakje 2020
Non Halter-Led Heifer 1st LOT 9 J Burrow & Son Stardale McCormick Vaakje 2 2000 2nd LOT 1 WW & D Boow Dunnerdale Mincio Aldina 2120 3rd LOT 5 W & G Cornthwaite Garsby Admiral Contended 1900
Cow 1st LOT 14 J Huddleston Ravenscar Lovejoy Hyacinth 2020 2nd LOT 11 RH & J Knowles Middplace Sid Babs 1300 3rd LOT 15 JE & J Pye Quernmore Rattle 86 1400
Best Pair of Heifers LOT 7 J Burrow & Son Stardale Tiergan Vaakje 3 2180 LOT 9 J Burrow & Son Stardale McCormick Vaakje 2 2000
Champion LOT 19 DJ & S Tomlinson Bilsrow Osita Fleury 2000
Reserve Champion LOT 7 J Burrow & Son Stardale Tiergan Vaakje 3 2180
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Lancaster Sale Reports Friday 16th OctoberFriday 16th OctoberFriday 16th OctoberFriday 16th October The weekly sale of Store Cattle at Lancaster had a strong entry of over four hundred cattle forward. A very similar trade to the previous week with some better quality cattle forward and more fleshed cattle today with fewer short keep and more medium keep cattle in. Fleshed cattle continue to sell well with the weath-ered cattle harder to sell. Vendors are strongly advised to become Farm Assured to gain full financial benefit from their stock. Big steers sold in excess of 1,300 topping at 1,370 for a Charolais from A & E Clarkson of Cock Hall. Heifers sold to a top of 1290 from Fishwick Farms of Silverdale for a Simmental. Native bred cattle always sell well at Lancaster.
Store Cattle Top Prices:Store Cattle Top Prices:Store Cattle Top Prices:Store Cattle Top Prices: STORE BULLOCKS CH: 1370 Cock Hall Farm; 1180 Brown Edge; 1100 Longlands Farm. BRB: 1350 Shaws Farm; 1300 Pasture House; 1180 Gibraltar Farm. LIM: 1350 Godson House Farm; 1320 Newsham Hall Farm; 1260 Forton Bank Farm. HE: 1290 Godson House Farm; 1220 Cock Hall Farm; 1150 Daniel Fold Farm. AA: 1270 Hallbeck; 1250 Low Levens; 1230 Godson House Farm. SIM: 1250 High Fell Gate; 1120 Daniel Fold Farm. SHO: 1160 Cock Hall Farm. FR: 1100 Braeslacks; 1020 Newsham Hall Farm; 1000 Low Levens. MON: 1080 Cock Hall Farm. SD: 1080 Adlington Hall Farm. WB: 950 Coventry Farm.
STORE HEIFERS SIM: 1290 Bank House Farm; 1060 Oakenhead. BRB: 1240 High House Farm; 1090 King Bank Farm; 1050 Carlingwha. . CH: 1210 2
Church Street; 1060 Crooklands Farm. AA: 1180 Forton Bank Farm; 1180 Spital Farm; 1150 Ivy Barn. MO: 1060 Cumming Carr Farm. LIM: 1040 Whinney Carr
Farm; 1010 Brow Foot Farm; 960 Little Fell Farm. HE: 830 High House Farm. FR: 700 Tunsteads Farm.
OTM and Cast Cows at Lancaster had an entry of 89 forward with a busy active ringside of buyers with every type of cattle eagerly bid for. All v endors left pleased with a strong trade throughout. An overall market average of 107ppk with better black and whites selling between 125ppk and 130ppk. The trade was topped at 181.5ppk from JJ Valiant of Shires Farm.
Cast Cows Top Prices:Cast Cows Top Prices:Cast Cows Top Prices:Cast Cows Top Prices: CAST COW PIE: 181.5 Shire Farm. LIM: 169.5 High House Farm; 131.5 St Annes Farm. AA: 141.5 Lower Swainhead Farm. MON: 131.5 Cumming Carr Farm. FR: 131.5 Breedy Butts Farm; 127.5 Great Eccleston Hall; 127.5 Low Levens. SIM: 129.5 Manor House Farm.BB: 127.5 Hill Top; 109.5 High Fell Gate. SRW: 114.5 Sandvilla; 111.5 Old Holly Farm. CAST HEIFER FR: 124.5 Underhelm Farm; 117.5 Lundholme Farm; 111.5 Lower Brow Top.
CAST STEER AA: 164.5 Greenbank Farm. CH: 149.5 Greenbank Farm. FR: 139.5 Cliftons Farm; 124.5 Whittingham Lane; 114.5 Low Deepslack.
An entry of 59 Calves and Stirks forward today, with calves slightly harder to place than previous weeks. Blue bulls to a top of 400 from GH Speak, Ec-cleston, others at 390 from J CH & JG Bland. Younger Blue heifers to 285 from the same home. Black and White calves to 125 and 122 from JS & KM Wilson and JM & MH France & Son. Stirks sold to a good trade, topping at 460 for Hereford heifers from S Moore, with more from the same home next week. Friesians to 315 from D & A Travis, Manor Farm.
Stirks next week, 23rd October to be sold at 9:45, with an entry of 50 already.
Calf Top Prices:Calf Top Prices:Calf Top Prices:Calf Top Prices: HEIFER CALF BRB: 300 Arnside Tower Farm; 280 Norbreck Farm. AA: 280 Billinge Hall Farm; 250 Tills Farm. BULL CALF BRB: 400 Billinge Hall Farm; 390 Arnside Tower Farm; 290 High House. FR: 125 High House; 122 Newhouse Farm; 100 Tills Farm. MON: 120 Walkers Ith Fields. BULL STIRK HE: 360 Low Moorhead. AA: 340 Low Moorhead. SHO: 315 Manor Farm. FR: 295 Manor Farm.
HEIFER STIRK HE: 460 Longwood House; 305 Low Moorhead. AA: 440 Croppers Farm; 330 Low Moorhead.
Monday 19th OctoberMonday 19th OctoberMonday 19th OctoberMonday 19th October Following the large drop in Prime Lamb price at the start of last week and the decline in lamb price throughout the week a smaller entry of just over 600 for-ward today saw a better trade then the end of the previous week. Continental and Suffolk lambs noticeably dearer with Mule lambs no better trade then the previous week. A lot of heavy lambs in the market with lambs between 40kg and 42kg very short of supply and good to sell. The overall market average was 141ppk but a large percentage of lambs forward were heavy weights, pulling the average back slightly. Better bred heavy weight lambs sold in excess of 70 topping at 75.50 from TM Townley of Knowsley farm. Light weight lambs that are well fleshed continue to sell well at Lancaster, topping at 169ppk for 34kg Texel lambs from PD Pye of Marl House.
Prime Lamb Top Prices:Prime Lamb Top Prices:Prime Lamb Top Prices:Prime Lamb Top Prices: SUFF: 75.50 Knowsley Farm; 73.50 Walnut Tree; 72 Tarnwater Farm.TEX: 75 Tarnwater Farm; 69 Moss Side Farm; 68.50 Ellers Farm. CH: 67 Parks Farm
Barn; 63.50 Low Bendrigg Farm; 58.50 Cragg Farm. MASH: 64 Allcocks Farm;
58.50 Cobble Hey Farm. RYE: 57 Cobble Hey Farm. DALES: 57.50 Yarlsber.
MULE: 56.50 Cragg End; 56.50 Burnt House; 56.50 High House Farm.
A good show of 158 Cast Ewes and Tups this morning, with a stronger trade than last week, some 12 up, to average 56/head. Topping trade today was James Sanderson with a Texel ewe realising 100. Followed by a Texel Tup from RW & FJ Rhodes, achieving 96. First cross Texel ewes often breaking the 70 mark. Mules to 76 from WTC Farms, best mules over 60 with the majority in the late 50s. Dalesbreds topped at 47/head from E & N Wright & Sons whilst Swales topped at 42 from B & SE Carter, Ellel.
Cast Sheep Top Prices:Cast Sheep Top Prices:Cast Sheep Top Prices:Cast Sheep Top Prices: TEX: 100 Lower Highfield; 96 Low Moor Head Farm; 77 Tarnwater Farm. MULE: 76 Old Grange Farm; 62 Lower Highfield; 60 Low Kit Brow. LEI: 71 Cragg End. HRN: 47 Allcocks Farm. SWALE: 42 Cragg Farm.
A larger entry of seven Prime Bull forward in Lancaster, the trade was competitive
with other local centres with a variety of types of bulls forward. Suckler bred
Limouisn bulls sold to 201.5ppk from JA Airey of Old Croft Farm. British Blue bulls
bred from the dairy herd sold to 187.5ppk from JS & KM Wilson of High House who
also sold top price Black and White bulls sold to 144.5ppk. A consignment of
Montbeliarde bulls sold to 177.5ppk twice from GA Haston & Son of Lane House.
Prime Bull Top Prices:Prime Bull Top Prices:Prime Bull Top Prices:Prime Bull Top Prices: LIM: 201.5 Old Croft. BRB: 187.5 High House. MO: 177.5 Lane House. FR: 144.5 High House.
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Thursday 15th OctoberThursday 15th OctoberThursday 15th OctoberThursday 15th October The weekly sale of Calves and Stirks had another good entry of 91 forward for the sale. The beef calf trade was very strong with all types of beef calves eagerly bid for with a great choice of beef calves available for a busy ring of bidders to bid on. Strong and better quality beef calves today easily selling up towards and over the four hundred pound mark. A cracking run of Charolais and Angus calves from V & EJ Chadwick & Sons of Sowerby Lodge, Garstang saw Charolais bulls at a couple of months topped at 405 and Angus bulls sell to 400 with plenty selling 380 plus. British Blue bulls sold to 400 from HJ Robinson & Son of Elm Tree who also sold the top priced Blue heifer at 355. Weaned Black and Whites sold to 185 from Barker Farms. Good quality rearing calves still in strong demand with younger and plainer types today taken a major hit as the market currently over supplied and many buyers full at the moment. The stirks sold to a mixed trade with a variety of all sorts forward today. British Blue steers topped at 630 from HG Spensley & Son of County Durham with Hereford steers from the same home selling to 530. A selection of Black & Whites forward saw six to eight month old steers sell to 370 from MD Close of Docker with four month old bulls from A Barnes of Moss Side.
Calf Top Prices:Calf Top Prices:Calf Top Prices:Calf Top Prices: BULL CALVES AA: 400, 395, 390, 380 Sowerby Lodge. Lim: 390 & 385 Spout House, Hall Farm. Char: 405 Sowerby Lodge. Hfd: 395 & 385 Barrow field. Sim: 280 Beckside Farm. BRB: 400 & 385 Elm Tree Farm; 390 Beck House; 370 Flodder Hall. Fr: 135 Wyke Farm; 105 & 105 Netherbeck Barn; 75 Greaves Farm; 65 Beckside Farm; 55 Birds Park. HEIFER CALVES Lim: 340 Spout House; 280 Halforth Farm. Char: 220 Sowerby Lodge. Sim: 260 Beckside Farm. BRB: 355 Elm Tree Farm; 350 Flodder Hall; 235 Sunny Bank. STEER CALF Fr: 185 Hillam House Farm. BULL STIRKS Stab: 400 & 360 High Foulshaw. Fr: 220 Moss Side Farm. HEIFER STIRKS Lim: 325 Hazel Head. BSH: 270 & 250 Hazel Head. Sim: 365 Hazel Head. Stab: 470 Borwick Farm. BRB: 560 Sleetburn Farm. STEER STIRKS FR: 370 Docker Hall. Slr: 470 Borwick Fold. Swedish Red: 370 Docker Hall. B/Gal: 290 Hazel Head. BSH: 270 Hazel Head. Hfd: 530 Sleetburn Farm. BRB: 630 Sleetburn Farm
66 Cast Cows & Bulls averaged 109.5p and sold to a top of 164.5p for a Lim Cow from Crosscrake Farm.
Cast Cow Top Prices:Cast Cow Top Prices:Cast Cow Top Prices:Cast Cow Top Prices: CAST COWS: Lim: 164.5p Crosscrake. Cont: 153.5p, 141.5p Low House. Char: 137.5p, 133.5p Dawson Fold. Fleck: 129.5p Hawkin Hall. Saler: 127.5p Fell House. AA: 121.5p Low Hundhowe. Mont: 119.5 Green Lane End. Fr: 119.5p Green Lane End; 117.5p Espford Farm. Here: 117.5p Green Lane End Farm. CAST STEERS: Lim: 131.5p,129.5p Fell House. CAST BULLS: Lim: 121.5p Moser Hill. Blo: 111.5p High Row. STORE BULLOCKS: Lim: 1160 Far Sawrey. Cont: 1140 Broughton House. BrB: 1080, 1070 Broughton House. Here: 1030 Crabtree Farm.
There was 153 Store and Breeding Cattle forward. Store Cattle continued to be a nice trade, with more dairy bred cattle about today. Younger store beef cattle were easy to sell.
The top price was 1160 for a 15 mo Limousin bullock from G H Jones, Fold Farm. The Breeding Cattle ring had a good ringside of buyers and more could have been sold. Top price was 1650 for a Limousin Cow with a bull calf at foot from G M Strong, School Hill.
Beef Breeding & Store Cattle Top Prices:Beef Breeding & Store Cattle Top Prices:Beef Breeding & Store Cattle Top Prices:Beef Breeding & Store Cattle Top Prices: COWS WITH CALVES: Lim Cow & bull calf: 1650, 1600 School Hill. BB Cow & heifer calf: 1550 Gilsmere Farm.. AA Cow & heifer calf: 1420 Bank Ground. Older Cows & calves to 1320 for an AA Cow & bull calf from Bank Ground. BREEDING BULLS: Lim: 1800 Ouzelthorn. STORE BULLOCK CALVES: Char: 1000 Tock Howe. Lim: 990 Crabtree Farm. Cont: 960 Tock Howe. AA: 910 Capplerigg. STORE HEIFERS: Lim: 1040 Hawkrigg End; 970 Fold Farm. Cont: 910 Fold Farm. Char: 890 Hipshow Farm, Tock How Farm. BrB: 860 Hawkrigg End.
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J36 Sale Reports Late Autumn Sale of Breeding SheepLate Autumn Sale of Breeding SheepLate Autumn Sale of Breeding SheepLate Autumn Sale of Breeding Sheep
Saturday 17th OctoberSaturday 17th OctoberSaturday 17th OctoberSaturday 17th October A Busy sale of breeding sheep was held at NWA J36 for the final breeding sheep sale of 2015 with a full ringside of buyers in attendance from the northern counties and North Wales.
Gimmer lambs saw keen interest from farmer buyers looking to top up numbers and sold to a top price of 102 for a single mule from MK Robinson, Staveley. Best bunches of running lambs 70 - 73. Pure Texel lambs achieved 90 from Messrs Clarke, Tebay and others 74,74 from JE Hudson, Woodland. Cheviots topped at 70 from BA Hogg, Murton. Horned Gimmer lambs saw best Swaledales 62, Rough Fells 47 and Herdwicks 30.
Breeding ewes and shearlings experienced keen bidding for all types which included several consignments of sheep having run with the tup. Shearlings sold to a top price of 172 for Beltex shearlings from SJ Rushworth with others at 165. Mule shearlings sold to 135 for strongest sorts from EI Wilson with others 128 W Atkinson, 120 F&TE Park. Mule shearlings having run with a Texel tup sold to 120 from P Whitton. Older sheep generally 70 - 85 dependant on breed and condition. Hill sheep sold to 88 for Swaledales from Caley&Mitchinson, Rough Fells 84 E&K Bland and JW&M Blades. Herdwicks 72 from TJ Beaty.
The catalogued entry of over 250 Rams attracted buyers from throughout the Northern Counties keen to secure replacement stock. Terminal sire rams saw Texels sell to 380 from KO Stones, Beltex 280 M Williams, Suffolks 260 Messrs Ellwood. Hill rams sold to 400 for Cheviot from KO Stones, 460 BFL A Dixon & Son with Rough Fells 300 VR Guy.
A Mule shearling donated by Edward, Liz and James Park in conjunction with Crook Young Farmers Club was auctioned with all proceeds going towards the Robbie Young Appeal. This shearling was sold 5 times and realised a total price of 760. Thank you to all purchasers for your kind support.
Tuesday 20th OctoberTuesday 20th OctoberTuesday 20th OctoberTuesday 20th October NWA J36 had an entry of 1,908 Prime Lambs forward before a ringside of 13 active bidders for all classes of lambs resulting in a SQQ average of 143p/kg. Once again well fleshed and assured lambs selling to a premium with buyers showing caution to those which are not. A top price of 74.50 was achieved for a pen of Beltex x lambs from TL & S Cross, Westhouse with other heavy lambs generally 64 - 68. Best pens of standard weight lambs generally 60 - 65 peaking at 68 for Texel x from D Nicholson, Blawith. Mules forward in greater numbers and need to be well fleshed to ensure maximum saleability, today they sold to 59.50 from Clegg & Bennett, Seathwaite with other heavier sorts 56 - 58. Horned lambs sold to 57.50 for SBF and 52 Rough Fells.
A top price of 181p/kg was achieved for Texel x from TL & S Cross with other well finished better sorts generally achieving 150p/kg 160p/kg. Mules 128p/kg 140p/kg.
Light lambs again sold to keen interest with best meated lambs achieving 52 with half-bred lambs in the 32kg 35kg range 46 - 50. Hill lambs sold to 48.50 for Swaledales and 38.50 for Herdwicks. More can be sold each week.
Prime Lamb Top Prices:Prime Lamb Top Prices:Prime Lamb Top Prices:Prime Lamb Top Prices: Tex: 74.50 Trees Farm; 71.50 Green Head; 70.50 Masongill Hall; 70 Underely; 69.50 St Annes Farm. Suff: 70 Hill Park; 69.50 Smithy Green; 67 Hollin Hall, Underley. Beltex: 72 Wray Farm; 68.50 Trees Farm. Char: 66.50 Smithy Green; 66 Myers Farm; 63.50 High Greenside; 63 Cooilingel; 62.50 Kate Farm. Chev: 59.50 High Borrowbridge, Green Lane End, Seedhowe Cottages. Hamp: 64.50 Kate Farm. Masham: 59 Steps Farm; 58 Leven Court. Mule: 59 Tongue House; 58.50 Middle Sadghyll; 58 Ashstead. Rough Fell: 52.50 Archer Hill. SBF: 57.50 Cooilingel. Swale: 48.50 Stoney Crag; 47.50 Ouzelthorn. Tees: 52.50 Leven Court. Herd: 38.50 Moss End Farm. Zwart: 54 Leven Court.
The weekly sale of Cast Sheep had another entry of in excess of 600 cast ewes and rams forward. Plenty of buyers in attendance today to buy all types of ewes on offer, with nine active buyers around the ring. Pure bred and three quarter bred Continental ewes sold 80 plus topping at 88 from NJ Strickland & Son of The Borrans. Stronger Mule ewes sold to 66 with pens of strong ewes in the early sixties. A large proportion of hill ewes in the market saw Rough Fell ewes sell to sixty and easily in the mid to late fifties with better swale ewes selling to 53 with plenty pens of good fit swale ewes selling in the forties. Lean ewes eagerly bid for and wanted for buyers to fulfil feeding jobs. Buyers very cautious of buying over fat ewes. Rams short of supply and eagerly bid for today. A selection of boar goat male kids sold to 56 from Ben Heap of Lupton.
Cast Sheep Top Prices:Cast Sheep Top Prices:Cast Sheep Top Prices:Cast Sheep Top Prices: Texel: 88 The Borrans; 87 Cooilingel Farm; 82 Croit Kelly; 79 Ballamoar Farm; 78
Stoney Gap, Cove Road; 75 (ram) Cooilingel Farm. Suff: 76 Ninezergh; 65 Scroggs
Farm; 62 Yealand Manor. Masham: 68 Far Orrest. Mule: 66 Scroggs Farm, Far Orrest;
60 Ballamoar Farm, Hill Farm, Ewan Mill; 59 Cooilingel; 56 Yealand Manor. Swale: 56
(ram) Higher Salter; 53 Low Haygarth; 48 Park House Farm; 44 Middle Sadghyll; 41
Low Newton Farm. Rough Fell: 60 The Lodge, Poppy Farm; 54 Abbey Farm; 46 Low
Deepslack. Chev: 50 Low Haygarth. SBF: 35 Cooilingel Farm. Leic: 49 The Borrans.
Jacob: 50 Cooilingel Farm. Herdwick: 54 (ram) & 40 Cooilingel Farm; 53 (ram)
Tilberthwaite; 33 Tilbethwaite. Goats: 56 Lupton High Farm.
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J36 Sale Reports
Coming up at North West Auctions
J36 Rural Auction Centre Saturday 24th October
Annual Show & Sale of Registered Fell Ponies plus other Mountain and Moorland Breed, tack and equipment
Hampshire Down AGM & Stock Judging Event at 10am All welcome
Monday 26th October Dispersal sale of entire milking herd plus young stock on
behalf of F Barnes & Son
Tuesday 27th October Weekly Sale of Prime Sheep
Thursday 29th October Weekly Sale of Calves & Store Lambs
Fortnightly Sale of Beef Breeding, Store Cattle & Cast/OTM Cattle. Sale to include
Second Show & Sale of Suckled Calves also included today 12 Irish Lim & BB x Beef Heifers with
Lim Calves at Foot, all BVD & Lepto Vaccinated 10 Beef Cows with Hereford Calves
1 Pedigree BB Cow with BB Heifer Calf
Lancaster Auction Mart Monday 26th October Weekly sale of Primestock and
Friday 30th October Weekly Sale of Store Cattle
An entry of four Dairy heifers at J36 this morning, with five active buyers ringside. Topping at 1500, for a second calved cow giving 30litres from Darren Dodgson, Cracalt. Another second calver, from JH Woof & Son realised 1480, both selling to Martin Ayrton of Cockerham. Heifers sold to 1480, again from Messers Woof, to average 1465.
Three entries already for a fortnights time, with more needed to meet a growing demand. Please advise Will on 07976646035 with any entries.
The weekly of Store Lambs saw 777 forward selling to a top price of 56.50 for Char x lambs from JA & SM Allen followed by B & R Barnes selling Suffolk x lambs at 54. No real strong lambs forward today with best medium keep lambs 47 - 51 and smaller medium keep lambs 43- 46. Smaller bred lambs 37 - 41 with poorer bred sorts harder to sell.
Hill lambs sold to 49.50 for Mashams from JE Read and Cheviots from RI Dixon, Mules to 45 and Horned lambs 30.50. Tup lambs sold to 49.50 with oth-ers 42-45 and smallest sorts 25 - 32.
All lambs today sold to average 45.38, with a falling national prime lamb trade, buyers are understandably showing caution when purchasing stores.
Store Lamb Top Prices:Store Lamb Top Prices:Store Lamb Top Prices:Store Lamb Top Prices: Char: 56.50 & 51.50 Barker Knott; 51 Bowkerstead Farm; 50 Oxen Park; 46 Clerk Laithe Farm; 45.50 Low Fold. Suff: 54 Gilsmere Farm; 52 & 51 Borwick Lodge Farm; 51 High Butterbent; 49 Grate Farm. Texel: 52.50 Larkrigg; 52 Head House; 51 Bluebridge Barn; 50.50 Marsh House, Bowkerstead Farm; 49.50 Barker Knott; 49 Grate Farm, The Ashes. Chev: 49.50 Low Newton Farm; 47.50 Oxen Park. Masham: 49.50 Mealrigg. Mule: 45 Low Fold, Low Newton Farm; 39 Park Avenue. Rough Fell: 30.50 Blackmoss Farm. Horned: 29 Low Haygarth.
Monthly Machinery Sale at J36 Wednesday 28th October sale to commence at 10.30am
Entries to date include: Ford 4000 Tractor (1960's), Ford 5000 Tractor (L Reg 1972), 2 Drum Mower
Haybob 200, Mole Drain Plough, Bale Cuddler, PTO Cement Mixer, PTO Belt Pulley Wheel, Turnip Chopper, Oat/Grain Crusher, Anvil, Ferguson Plough, Bale Spike, Trailer Chassis, Vicon Till Spreader, Chain Harrows, 2 Pine Church Pews (7ft), 1 Cast Table
Issuzu Trooper Short Wheel Base 3 litre '53 plate (94,000m) MOT June 2016
ATV Trailer, Hand Operated Turnip Cutter, Hedge Cutter, Road Brush, Hen Hut, MF 2wd Tractor John Deere 250 D Gator 2011 (1800hrs,Tipping Back, Windscreen) , Claas 3100c Mower Conditioner,
Vicon Round Bale Wrapper (2012), Amazon Fertilizer Spreader, Opico 6m Tine Harrows, Fleming Muck Spreader, Slurry Stirrer (2013), Slurry Tanker, Yard Scraper, Sprayer, Shear Grab, Muck Grab, Loader Bucket, Cattle Foot Trimming Crush, Qty Gates, Posts & Rails, Lister Elevator , 2 x 10ft Sheep Racks on Wheels, Teagle Tomahawk 4040 Silage/Straw Round Bale Shredder, 16ft Tri Axle
Flat Bed Trailer with Sides and Wynch, Bateson Stock Trailer
Sale also to include Two Workshop Clearances
comprising high quality tools including a full tool chest complete with contents. Woodworking tools, large and small, as well as a selection of quality old tools.
Complete 3m roller shutter garage door. Further Entries invited & taken to time of sale