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McGuiness hails movement on farm safety

 

 

Mairead McGuinness MEP and First Vice-President of the European Parliament welcoming the Parliament’s adoption of the Integrated Farm Statistics Regulation said a new requirement to record details of farm accidents and fatalities is an important step in efforts to address these issues.

  The MEP who pushed for the inclusion of these statistics and recently spearheaded a debate in the Parliament to address the issue said we must redouble our efforts to reduce deaths and injuries on farms.

  “An essential step in garnering political and policy support for action is the recording of the vital statistics of fatalities and injuries on farms, and this element has been severely lacking up to now,” she said.

  And she said the upcoming reform of the CAP must ensure that measures are taken to address farm safety.

  “Accurate information on the causes of farm accidents and the extent of risk taking on farms is required at an EU level in order to implement policies to tackle this issue which has a very high social and economic cost,” she said.

  Ms. McGuinness’ comments echo those of Pat Griffin, Senior Inspector with the HSA (Health Safety Authority) who earlier this year spoke about how Europeans are ‘being fed on the lives of 1,000 farmers every single year’ – a very shocking statistic, according to the MEP.

  Following the adoption by the European Parliament, in future recording safety measures on farms for machinery, animal housing and also information on farm accidents – type of accident, severity and demographic background of the person(s) involved must be collected in the statistic surveys of EU farming.

 

 

 

Roscommon People Mart Watch - July 13th

 

 

Manager’s report…Maura Quigley, Roscommon Mart

“There were good numbers on offer this week. There was a keen demand for quality lots with plainer types more difficult to clear. Prices for bullocks averaged from €2.42 per kilo up to €3.06 per kilo. Heifers ranged from an average of €2.26 per kilo up to €2.86 per kilo. Dry cows fetched from €1.56 per kilo up to €1.95 per kilo.

  “This Friday (13th) sees the usual sale for bullocks, heifers, dry cows, suckler cows and weanlings. Yard opens at 8.30 am. Only staff will be allowed into the sales yard from 8.30 am to 10.30 am.

  “All stock must be penned by 10 am with the draw for starting pens will take place at 9.50 am. The yard will then open to allow stock to be viewed by purchasers from 10.30 am to 11 am sharp. After 11 am the yard will be closed again to the public except for staff.  Cattle that are not penned by 10 am will have to wait to be penned until after the viewing period is over. Sellers who do not have their cattle penned by the time they come up for sale will have to wait until the end to have their stock sold”.

Roscommon Mart sample prices

Dry cows

Lim 825kgs €1600, Char X 750kgs €1390, Char X 640kgs €1240, AAX 675kgs €1105, BBX 625kgs €1070, Fr 645kgs €1050, Si 680kgs €1010, AAX 530kgs €955, Fr 685kgs €820, Lim 490kgs €650.

Heifers

Char X 565kgs €1615, Char X 595kgs €1570, 2 Char X 602kgs €1420, BBX 605kgs €1370, Lim X 510kgs €1270, BAX 425kgs €1120, 3 Char X 435kgs €1120, Simm X 450kgs €1110, 2 AAX 502kgs €1155, Char X 425kgs €1070, AAX 490kgs €1050, 2 Lim 477kgs €1020, Lim X 275kgs €730.

Bullocks

Char X 695kgs €1780, Char 665kgs €1705, Char X 745kgs €1705, Lim X 700kgs €1640, Lim X 590kgs €1500, Char X 495kgs €1455, 6 Char X 440kgs €1350, 2 Lim X 420kgs €1080, 2 Char X 385kgs €1040, Char X 395kgs €1200, Char X 405kgs €1000, Char X 385kgs €975, Char X 565kgs €1535.

Manager’s report…Brendan Egan, Castlerea Mart

“There were 350 cattle on offer this week, quality store cattle are holding firm in price with good demand on offer. Bullocks, heifers and dry cows reported prices similar to previous weeks, with plainer type stock tending to be a little harder sold. Weanlings and breeding stock reported good clearances this week with the top quality weanlings in strong demand.

  “Cows with calves at foot made form €1,080 to €1,890 per head. Springers made from €1,000 to €1,500 per head. Young calves made from €120 to €350 with stronger runner types making from €350 to €580 per head.

  “Sales continue at Castlerea Mart today (Thursday 12th) with our usual sale of bullocks, heifers, cows, calves, runners and weanlings. All sales commence at 11 am”.

Castlerea Mart sample prices

Bullocks

Lmx 380kgs €1120, Ch 400kgs €1085, Ch 390kgs €1030, Ch 530kgs €1270, Ch 585kgs €1420, AA 590kgs €1345, Lm 600kgs €1400.

Dry cows

Ch 630kgs €1365, BB 690kgs €1365, Ch 750kgs €1390, Shx 750kgs €1350, Hex 440kgs €720.

Weanling bulls

Ch 285kgs €825, Ch 250kgs €785, Lm 250kgs €780, Lm 425kgs €1095, Lm 380kgs €990, Lm 265kgs €780.

Heifers

Lmx 410kgs €1000, Ch 385kgs €970, Lm 375kgs €950, Ch 470kgs €1195, Lm 580kgs €1395, Lm 550kgs €1380, Ch 550kgs €1355, Ch 600kgs €1415.

Weanling heifers

Lm 295kgs €750, Lm 350kgs €975, Lm 340kgs €855, Ch 320kgs €790, Lm 305kgs €725.

 

‘Bill enhances road safety in rural Ireland’

 

 

The changes contained in the Heritage Bill, which passed in the Dáil last week, enhance road safety in Co. Roscommon and the rest of rural Ireland, according to the ICMSA Chairperson for Farm and Rural Affairs.

  Commenting on the changes contained in The Heritage Bill to the periods within which managed hedge-cutting will be permitted, Denis Drennan said that they are proportionate and necessary for driver safety on rural roads.    

  “The Heritage Bill passed last week was a considered and environmentally-proofed piece of legislation that balanced carefully the need to protect and foster the wildlife and environment with the requirement to allow safe driving on rural roads,” Mr. Drennan said.

  “Many rural roads were made incredibly dangerous to use by overgrown hedges and completely obscured sightlines. Anyone who drives regularly on rural roads will know about the dangers presented by crossroads without any clear sightlines for both cars or agri-machinery, but even more so for pedestrians. 

 “It is simply a fact that we have to be able to see down the road if we’re to be able to proceed safely and that can’t be done unless we made the changes contained in the Heritage Bill.  

  “Any proposal to hedge-cut will be examined and considered subject to the most stringent conditions and restrictions and in ICMSA’s opinion the Heritage Bill represents a very fair balance between environmental considerations and the safe use of rural roads,” he concluded.

 

Harkin attends Roscommon IFA meeting

 

 

At a meeting with representatives of the Irish Farmers’ Association in Roscommon last Saturday, Independent MEP Marian Harkin said that it was essential for the next CAP to be fully financed as farmers had delivered on its objectives in relation to food security and public goods. 

  Pictured prior to the meeting were (l-r): Adrian Leddy, IFA Regional Officer; Padraic Joyce, Connacht Vice President; Anne Mitchell, Chairperson, Galway IFA; Marian Harkin MEP; Jim O’Connor, Chairperson, Roscommon IFA; Martin Gilvarry, Chairperson, Mayo IFA.

 

Roscommon People Mart Watch - July 6th

 

 

Manager’s report…Maura Quigley, Roscommon Mart

 

“There was a smaller entry of stock on offer this week with a good trade for all stock and a full clearance of lots. Bullocks averaged from €2.22 per kilo up to €2.28 per kilo. Heifer prices ranged from €2.25 up to €2.72 per kilo. Dry cows fetched from €1.73 per kilo up to €2.05 per kilo.     

  “This Friday (6th), there will be an Anniversary Special Sale from 11 am with bullocks, heifers, weanlings, suckler cows and dry cows. There will also be a free customer draw with first prize a €200 voucher donated by Roscommon Mart. Second prize is a €100 voucher sponsored by Veterinary Supplies. Roscommon customers who buy or sell cattle on the day will be entered into the draw.

  “We had a similar entry of sheep at last Wednesday’s sale. There was a buoyant trade for spring lambs with a top price of €131.50.

  “The trade for cast ewes was similar to previous weeks with prices ranging from €78 to €139, with a full clearance of lots. There was a similar entry of ewes with lambs at foot on offer this week; there was a good trade for them, with prices on par to previous weeks. Sales continue each Wednesday at 11 am for lambs and cast ewes”.

Roscommon Mart sample prices

Dry cows

Lim X 810kgs €1500, HEX 795kgs €1425, Char X 770kgs €1410, Lim 735kgs €1365, Lim X 645kgs €1325, Lim X 645kgs €1165, Char X 595kgs €1050, Fr 640kgs €970, Fr 615kgs €920, Simm X 525kgs €800. 

Heifers

Lim 375kgs €1020, 2 SAX 367kgs €870, 2 Lim 370kgs €850, SAX 370kgs €820, AAX 470kgs €760.

Bullocks

Char X 575kgs €1250, Lim X 550kgs €1250, Lim X 525kgs €1200, Lim X 540kgs €1200.

Spring lambs

50.2kgs €131.50, 61kgs €131, 53.5kgs €130, 50kgs €127, 48kgs €125, 47.5kgs €125, 45.7kgs €122, 45kgs €115, 43.9kgs €115, 45.5kgs €114, 42.8kgs €111, 46.4kgs €111, 42kgs €106.50, 41.1kgs €108, 40kgs €99, 39kgs €100.

Manager’s report…Brendan Egan, Castlerea Mart

“450 cattle presented for sale on Thursday last (June 28th) and with brilliant sunshine and high temperatures prevailing, a firm trade was reported from all three rings.

  “Stores in both the bullocks and heifer rings remained a very strong trade while the weanling trade was similar to previous weeks. Breeding stock, suck calves and dry cows reported good clearances also.

  “Cows with calves at foot made form €800 to €2000 per head. Calves made from €130 to €405 per head with stronger runner types making from €400 to €750 per head.

  “Sales continue at Castlerea Mart today (July 5th) with our usual sale of bullocks, heifers, cows, calves, runners and weanlings. All sales commence at 11 am”.

Castlerea Mart sample prices

Bullocks

Lm 465kgs €1250, Ch 410kgs €1185, Ch 510kgs €1320, Hex 540kgs €1285, AA 550kgs €1220, Lm 455kgs €1130.

Dry cows

Lm 740kgs €1485, Lm 735kgs €1435, Lm 595kgs €1375, Ch 605kgs €1180, Ch 740kgs €1435.

Heifers

Lm 390kgs €1165, Ch 360kgs €1080, Lm 400kgs €1060, Lm 485kgs €1200, Ch 470kgs €1190, Lm 550kgs €1460, Lm 520kgs €1370, Lm 515kgs €1345.

Weanling Heifers

Lm 260kgs €730, BBX 220kgs €700, Lm 360kgs €980, Ch 335kgs €900, Ch 320kgs €870, Lm 445kgs €1130, Lm 420kgs €1115.

 

Weanling bulls

BBX 295kgs €935, Lm 290kgs €915, Ch 250kgs €880, Ch 260kgs €805, Lm 480kgs €1255, Ch 360kgs €1000.

 

 

Teagasc urges farmers to heed fire warning

 

 

 

Due to the ongoing high temperatures and drought conditions and the resulting fire risk, Teagasc has called on farmers to heed the current Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine risk alert.

  The statement reads as follows:

  “Wildfires not only pose a serious risk to property and the rural environment, they also threaten lives directly and by potentially diverting the resources of our emergency services.

  “Fire services and forestry teams around the country are already stretched in tackling gorse and scrub fires that have seriously damaged forest properties. This is a stark reminder of the dangers that uncontrolled fires pose. It is illegal to burn growing vegetation on uncultivated land between March 1st and August 31st.

  “It is important to have appropriate fire-fighting measures in place to help prevent loss or damage through fire. These measures include having:

            A risk assessment completed

            Adequate insurance against fire risk

            A current and accurate fire plan in place

            Access routes clear

            Fire breaks maintained along boundaries

            Fire suppression resources at the ready

            Co-operation with neighbours and fire patrols planned where required”.

  Nuala Ni Fhlatharta, Head of the Forestry Development Department said: “We ask famers, forest owners and forest managers to be extremely vigilant in light of the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine’s highest fire risk alert: Condition Red”.

  Forest owners, farmers, members of the public and anyone working in or enjoying our countryside have been asked to report any suspicious or illegal activity to the Gardaí and to report all fires immediately to the Fire and Emergency Services (112/999).

  The DAFM Forest Fire Danger Rating can be consulted on the forestry section of the Teagasc website. This index provides information on the fire risk and provides a forecast index for the coming days. The website also provides guidance on forest insurance and provides advice on the simple, cost-effective measures that forest owners can take to minimise the risk of damage by fires.

 

Top farm post for Roscommon man

 

 

Spellman is new President of ICOS

 

Kilteevan man Michael Spellman has been elected President of ICOS, the Irish Co-operative Organisation Society. He is only the second West of Ireland man to ever hold the position.

  Mr. Spellman is currently Chairman of the ICOS National Marts Committee and is a former President of the European Association of Livestock Markets (EALM), and a former Chairman of Roscommon Leader Partnership.

  From Kilteevan, Co. Roscommon, he is a Board Member of ICOS and of Roscommon Co-operative Livestock Mart. He is married to Marie and they have two children.

  Michael said: “We have an extraordinarily vibrant agrifood sector, and farmer owned and controlled co-operatives play a huge role in underpinning, supporting, and driving it.

  “Notwithstanding the enormous potential which our industry has, and the ambition we have to grow our exports in line with Food Wise 2025, we face enormous challenges around CAP funding, volatility, and compliance with our environmental commitments.

  “Our member Co-ops will play a central role in supporting our farmers to deliver on their own potential, putting in place the infrastructure to process and market their produce and bring it to the global marketplace. ICOS, under my Presidency, will continue to promote the Co-op model, and work to support Co-ops and their Boards, with their Rules, Governance, Representation, and Member Engagement”.

 

Roscommon People Mart Watch - June 29th

 

Manager’s report…Maura Quigley, Roscommon Mart

“There were increased numbers on offer at last Friday’s cattle sale with a flying trade for all classes with a good demand for stock resulting in a high percentage clearance of lots.

  “There was a brisk trade for bullocks with averages of €2.34 per kilo up to €3.02 per kilo. There was a lively trade for heifers with average prices ranging from €2.44 per kilo to up €2.96 per kilo. Dry cows ranged from €1.75 per kilo up to €2.05 per kilo. Weanling heifers averaged from €2.75 per kilo up to €3.18 per kilo. Weanling bulls fetched from €2.73 per kilo up to €3.38 per kilo.

  “This Friday (29th), will see the usual sale for bullocks and heifers as well as dry cows, suckler cows and weanlings. Our 59th Anniversary Special Sale will take place on Friday, July 6th at 11 am (bullocks and heifers as well as weanlings, suckler cows and dry cows will be on offer). Bookings accepted up to 5 pm today (Thursday, 28th).

  “There will also be a free customer draw with first prize a €200 voucher donated by Roscommon Mart, and second prize is a €100 voucher donated by Roscommon Veterinary Supplies. Customers who buy or sell cattle on the day will be entered into the draw.

  “There was a similar entry of sheep in last Wednesday’s sale. There was a buoyant trade for spring lambs with a top price of €131.50. The trade for cast ewes was similar to previous weeks with prices ranging from €78 to €139, with a full clearance of lots. There was a similar entry of ewes with lambs at foot on offer this week; there was a good trade for them, with prices on par to previous weeks. Sales continue each Wednesday at 11 am. for lambs and cast ewes”.

 

Roscommon Mart sample prices

Dry cows

AAX 820kgs €1555, Char X 735kgs €1430, Lim X 690kgs €1340, Lim 650kgs €1330, Char X 665kgs €1300, Lim X 675kgs €1290, Lim X 695kgs €1220, Lim X 605kgs €1185, Char X 600kgs €1130, Char X 595kgs €1085, Lim X 565kgs €1000, Char X 555kgs €860.

Heifers

Char X 625kgs €1575, Char X 670kgs €1550, 2 Char X 620kgs €1545, Char 585kgs €1545, 3 Char X 545kgs €1435, Char X 530kgs €1425, AAX 610kgs €1380, Lim X 480kgs €1340, ShX 505kgs €1135, 2 Char X 355kgs €1035, 2 Lim X 375kgs €1070, BBX 470kgs €1060, Simm X 455kgs €1065, HEX 385kgs €830, Char X 335kgs €920. 2 Lim 290kgs €805.

Weanling heifers

Char X 365kgs €1160, 2 Char X 325kgs €880, Char X 300kgs €815, Char X 285kgs €760, Char X 305kgs €750.

Bullocks

3 Char X 601kgs €1610, Char X 635kgs €1540, Char X 645kgs €1510, 2 Char X 527kgs €1460, 4 Lim X 547kgs €1440, ShX 640kgs €1390, BBX 590kgs €1340, Char  540kgs €1330, 2 Char X 522kgs €1250, BBX 475kgs €1235, Lim X 380kgs €985, Char X 345kgs €890, Lim  320kgs €880, Lim 295kgs €800, Char X 260kgs €785.

Weanling bulls

Char X 420kgs €1420, 2 Char X 457kgs €1260, Char X 350kgs €1005, Char X 425kgs €1000, Char X 400kgs €910.

Spring lambs

50.2kgs €131.50, 61kgs €131, 53.5kgs €130, 50kgs €127, 48kgs €125, 47.5kgs €125, 45.7kgs €122, 45kgs €115, 43.9kgs €115, 45.5kgs €114, 42.8kgs €111, 46.4kgs €111, 42kgs €106.50, 41.1kgs €108, 40kgs €99, 39kgs €100.

 

Manager’s report…Brendan Egan, Castlerea Mart

“Bigger numbers of stock presented for the time of year and overall trade has remained strong, especially for the quality stores.

  “In the case of weanlings, trade was improved with renewed export demand and better quality lots on offer aided by strong farmer activity prices were improved this week. Breeding stock reported good clearances with good demand especially for the top quality lots, while the dry cows still remained a good trade despite a slight drop in prices.

  “Cows with calves at foot made from €1100 to €2320 for a Lim Cow and her Ch Bull calf at foot. Springers made from €1150 to €1225 per head. Young calves made from €135 to €285 with continentals making up to €460 with good numbers on offer and trade holding firm.

  “Sales continue at Castlerea Mart today (28th) with our usual sale of bullocks, heifers, cows, calves, runners and weanlings. All sales commence at 11 am with three rings in operation”.

Castlerea Mart sample prices

Bullocks

Ch 435kgs €1240, AA 385kgs €1090, Ch 480kgs €1235, Ch 508kgs €1180, Ch 595kgs €1410, Lim 550kgs €1300, AA 550kgs €1270.

Dry cows

Chx 845kgs €1750, AA 860kgs €1540, BBx 710kgs €1445, Lim 445kgs €990, Ch 775kgs €1455.

Weanling heifers

Ch 265kgs €1030, Ch 270kgs €935, Lim 230kgs €820, Lim 255kgs €740, Ch 330kgs €1000, Ch 340kgs €985, Lim 320kgs €905.

Weanling bulls

Ch 280kgs €1030, Lim 255kgs €960, Ch 285kgs €865, Sim 275kgs €815, Ch 500kgs €1245, Lim 430kgs €1200, Ch 405kgs €1185.

Heifers

Lim 415kgs €1295, Lim 400kgs €1085, Lim 395kgs €1080, Lim 480kgs €1320, BBx 445kgs €1290, Ch 450kgs €1250, Ch 730kgs €1670, Ch 590kgs €1560, Lim 590kgs €1485.

 

IFA Renewable Chairman welcomes Naughten stance

 

IFA Renewables Chairman Tom Short has welcomed the “clear statement” from Minister Denis Naughten at the recent Energy Ireland 2018 conference, that community ownership will be a key principle of the new renewable electricity support scheme to be announced in the coming months.

  Tom Short said: “As part of the Association’s climate activation programme, IFA has long advocated a community-centred approach to future energy policy. Large-scale development companies can no longer plunder our landscape, put in place renewables and associated infrastructure and take the €500m collected from households each year, as part of the electricity levy (PSO).

  “Irish citizens should be entitled to be part of Ireland’s transition to a low-carbon economy. At farm level, it means participating in sustainability programmes such as Origin Green and Smart Farming. It also means displacing fossil fuel use in homes and farms through micro energy production and being provided with an opportunity to share in the ownership of renewable projects, which are often imposed on local communities without consultation”.

Roscommon People Mart Watch - June 22nd

Manager’s report…Maura Quigley, Roscommon Mart

 

 

 

“There were similar numbers on offer this week with a good trade for all classes. Averages for bullocks ranged from €2.40 per kilo up to €2.75 per kilo. Heifers averaged from €2.38 per kilo up to €2.90. Weanling heifers ranged from an average of €2.43 per kilo up to €2.73 per kilo. Weanling bulls averaged from €2.59 up to €2.88 per kilo. The average price for dry cows ranged from €1.84 per kilo up to €2.16 per kilo.

  “Next Friday (22nd), Roscommon Mart will host special sales for bullocks, heifers, dry cows, suckler cows and weanlings.

  “Friday’s yard opens at 8.30 am. Only mart staff will be allowed into the sales yard from 8.30 am to 10.30 am. All stock must be penned by 10 am. The draw for the starting pens will take place at 9.50 am. The yard will open to allow stock to be viewed by purchasers from 10.30 am to 11 am sharp.  

  “After 11 am the yard will be closed again to the public except for staff only. Cattle that are not penned by 10 am will have to wait to be penned until after the viewing period is over.

  “Sellers who do not have their cattle penned by the time they come up for sale will have to wait until the end to have their stock sold. We thank you for your co-operation and patience as we implement these changes”.

 

Roscommon Mart sample prices

 

 

Dry cows

Simm X 710kgs €1390, Lim X 645kgs €1365, Char X 685kgs €1350, Lim X 580kgs €1250, Lim X 670kgs €1205, Char 630kgs €1190, Lim X 595kgs €1160, SAX 645kgs €1155, Char X 560kgs €935, Lim X 480kgs €890, AAX 515kgs €880, Char X 455kgs €845.

Heifers

Lim X 540kgs €1385, Char 460kgs €1305, Char X 445kgs €1000, Char X 370kgs €950, Char X 455kgs €930, Char X 405kgs €925, Char X 415kgs €865, Lim X 290kgs €840, Char X 355kgs €815, Char X 285kgs €635.

Weanling heifers

Lim X 430kgs €1105, Char X 420kgs €965, Lim X 375kgs €940, Char 385kgs €930, Lim X 335kgs €915, Lim X 340kgs €905, AAX 335kgs €680, Char X 200kgs €500, AAX 345kgs €700.

Bullocks

Char X 360kgs €880, Lim X 330kgs €855, Lim X 355kgs €850, Lim 320kgs €845, 2 Char X 372kgs €845, Lim 305kgs €840, Lim 315kgs €635, 2 Char x 252kgs €585.

Weanling bulls

Char X 415kgs €1100, Lim X 380kgs €1030, Lim X 360kgs €1005, Lim X 365kgs €930, Lim X 345kgs €915, Lim X 350kgs €840, Simm X 285kgs €820, AAX 330kgs €700.

 

Manager’s report…Brendan Egan, Castlerea Mart

 

 

“Larger numbers of stock presented for sale last week and aided by good growth and increased demand, a very strong trade prevailed for all classes of quality store cattle.

  “Heifers, bullocks and weanlings reported some excellent prices for this time of year while breeding stock and dry cows reported good clearances also.

  “Cows with calves at foot made from €1170 to €1820 per head. Springer cows made form €1060 to €1085 per head.

  “Good numbers of calves presented this week with demand holding firm. Young calves made from €120 to €310 per head with stronger runners making from €350 to €600 per head.

  “Sales continue at Castlerea Mart today (21st) with our usual sale of bullocks, heifers, cows, calves, runners and weanlings. All sales commence at 11 am with three rings in operation.

  “Sellers are advised to have all stock penned by 10.30 am in order to facilitate viewing time prior to commencement of sale”.

 

 

Castlerea Mart sample prices

 

Bullocks

Ch 365kgs €1305, Ch 415kgs €1205, Ch 520kgs €1360, Sim 530kgs €1270, Ch 575kgs €1440, Lm 630kgs €1525, Ch 615kgs €1440, Ch 725kgs €1705, Lm 670kgs €1590.

Dry cows

Ch 780kgs €1765, Lm 790kgs €1685, Lm 640kgs €1490, AA 400kgs €800, BBx 635kgs €1390.

Heifers

BBX 420kgs €1150, Ch 410kgs €1110, BBx 480kgs €1300, Ch 470kgs €1235, Lm 550kgs €1480, Lm 520kgs €1340, Lm 650kgs €1515, AA 615kgs €1435.

 

Weanling heifers:

Lm 295kgs €915, Ch 270kgs €1000, Ch 250kgs €845, Lm 290kgs €845, Ch 395kgs €1185, Lm 345kgs €1050, Lm 310kgs €960, Lm 430kgs €1140.

Weanling bulls

Ch 285kgs €870, Lm 275kgs €800, Lm 320kgs €1005, Lm 340kgs €1040, BBx 390kgs €1185, Ch 375kgs €1160.

 

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