Skipton Beef Shorthorn females achieve new 6,500gns centre record

Sale leader, Clipper X1152 of Upsall at 6,500gns

Sale leader, Clipper X1152 of Upsall at 6,500gns

52 heifers averaged £2,404, 97% clearance

Beef Shorthorn females met an exceptional demand from a packed ringside selling to a new Skipton centre breed record top of 6,500gns and £2,404 average for 52 heifers, with 97% clearance, at the breed society’s official autumn sale on Wednesday 8 November.

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Stirling Beef Shorthorn bulls peak at 12,000gns

Sale leader and male champion, Grovewood Jackson at 12,000gns

Sale leader and male champion, Grovewood Jackson at 12,000gns

13 bulls averaged £5,121 +£2,100 on 2016 81% clearance; 48 females averaged £2,890

Beef Shorthorn met a strong, level demand with bulls selling to a new October breed record top of 12,000gns and £5,121.00 average at the breed society’s official autumn sale at Stirling on Monday 23 October.

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Carlisle Beef Shorthorn peak at 6,000gns

Sale leader, Lagas Joseph at 6,000gns

Sale leader, Lagas Joseph at 6,000gns

Beef Shorthorn bulls peaked at 6,000gns at the breed society’s official early spring sale in Carlisle on Friday 24 February.

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Worcester Beef Shorthorn females in strong demand selling to 4,100gns

Beef Shorthorn females met a strong demand selling to a top of 4,100gns at the breed society’s official sale at Worcester on Saturday 23 September 2017.

Sale leader at 4,100gns was Podehole Tessa Jest TI +25, SRI +20, a white, two and a half year old heifer within the breed’s top 10%, by Podehole Fandango, out of a homebred dam and sold in calf to Rickerstown Jackaroo. Jest who was one of a draft of heifers from Harry Horrell, Thorney, Peterborough was secured by A Haigh, Market Rasen, Lincolnshire.

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Beef Shorthorn establish new Carlisle records

Gilven Journey at 8,500gns

Gilven Journey at 8,500gns

Bulls 8,500gns, females 6,500gns; 100% female clearance

Beef Shorthorn achieved two new centre breed records in Carlisle on Friday 26 May at the breed society’s spring sale; bulls sold to 8,500gns and females 6,500gns with 100% female clearance.

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