Market Report

 

Saturday 2nd November 2019

Auctioneers: Keith Rose, Philip Dale & Tim Webster.

Notes

 324 Head of Cattle & Calves

240 Store & Breeding Cattle.

240 Store & Breeding Cattle 
An excellent entry and more buyers around the ring produced a very good trade all through. A touch more action in the beef trade helped the stronger end and quality younger cattle found many more bidders than of late. Tony Mallon secured top price with Limousin Heifers 22mo at £1095 and £990. His excellent run of younger Lincoln Red x and Limousin x cattle were also a feature of the sale with buyers trying to secure quality cattle for the future.
Highlights,
Steers
Limx 13mo      £955 R. Criddle
Limx 17mo       £955 R.Criddle
Limx 15-21mo  £950 R. Criddle
Blondex 18mo £900 R. Criddle
Limx 18mo      £885 R. Lake
S/Horn 18mo  £855 W.E. Chantry
Limx 8mo       £760 Davis Dairies
Romagnola     £770 S. Morter
Heifers
Limx 22mo    £1095 W. Mallon
Limx 22mo    £ 990  W. Mallon
S/Horn 26mo £ 745 W.E. Chantry
Simx 19mo    £720 R. Giles
Simx 12mo    £670 G.D. Key
Limx 15mo    £655 R. Lakey
Limx 8mo     £650 Davis Dairies


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(10) Cull Cattle

Cows are worth less, but these sold well. Five Berries Ltd had top price at 120ppkg or £900. Medium quality cows were 70p to 100ppkg

 

Breeding Cattle

A wide choice for eveyone resulted in a total clearance and good prices, especially when considering the cull cow trade which has now decreased significantly.  A nice pedigree Limousin Bull, 27mo, from Anita Padfield found a new home at £2,100. Calving cows from Stephen Lutkin sold to £860 and a Lim x Heifer & Bull Calf made £1175 from Mr. Everitt. Older Cows, due in March from Mr. Shelrake reached £835

(74) Calves & Stirks

Another top trade when compared to many centres, although we didnt have the quality overall today.
BB heifer calves from Potters reached £290 and £275 with BB bull calves from Alex Dann to £225. Angus bull calves reached £222 and £220 for David Parsons with heifer calves to £200

Stirks

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SHEEP (560)

Auctioneer Tim Webster ALAA.
A full compliment of buyers drove up the price despite a few number less with many of the farmers watching the Rugby world cup. 

 I will be out and about Norfolk visiting customers, if you require a visit, please get in touch 07437101163 to discuss marketing of your stock.

PRIME LAMBS (126)
Paul Littleboy topped at £88 for his five lambs and SJ Kidd had the best average at 186ppkg
Light Lambs (25.5-32kg)      

Standard Lambs (32.1-39kg) 46 @ 168.75ppkg

Medium Lambs (39.1-45.5kg) 30 @ 164.42ppkg

Heavy Lambs (45.6-52kg) 33 @ 166.46ppkg

Extra Heavy Lambs (52.1kg +) 12 @ 154.17ppkg
Overall average 168.45ppkg

 

(102) Cull Ewes

£19 to £75 average £38.66

CULL RAMS (5)
£25 to £60 average £46

(151) Store Lambs

A few good store lambs about and topping at £66 for G. Cooper.
£25 to £66 Average £42.48

Breeding Sheep (174)

Thanks mainly due to W. R. Garner of Godwicks disperal sale of 100+ Suffolk Ewes.
Breeding Ewes £26 to £94 Average £75.08


Entries for future sale to Tim Webster on 07437 101163.