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Call for movement on base price

 

 

 

A local Fianna Fáil TD and Sinn Féin’s General Election candidate in Roscommon have both called for positive movement on the base price in order to progress the vexed beef controversy.

  While he welcomed what appeared to be a breakthrough in talks last Saturday, Deputy Eugene Murphy said that movement is needed on the base price in order to bring more farmers on board.

  Noting that the deal is at a “very delicate stage,” Deputy Murphy said that an end to blockades and protests at meat factories is needed.

  “I believe the producers group will have the power to negotiate on the base price and I would like to see more movement from processors on the base price”.

  Meanwhile, Claire Kerrane, Sinn Féin spokesperson in Roscommon, also called on meat factories to increase the base price offered to beef farmers “as the final mechanism required to end the protests”.

  Ms. Kerrane said: “Farmers never wanted to be on picket lines. They mounted protests because they were at breaking point. Their actions have shone a spotlight on the inequalities in the market that they operate in.

  “Individual factories can now bring the protests to an end. In order to do so they should increase the base price offered to farmers. With some flexibility on the part of the industry the process of rebuilding trust can begin”.

Teagasc launches farm safety training at Ploughing

 

 

 

 

Teagasc and the Health and Safety Authority (HSA) have launched the 2019-2020 schedule for half-day training on the revised ‘Farm Safety Code of Practice’.

  The launch took place at the HSA Stand at the National Ploughing Championships on Tuesday in Co. Carlow. The training will be hosted at Teagasc Centres across the country over the next number of months and is open to Teagasc clients and non-clients alike.

  Compliance with the legal requirement to have a Safety Statement has been simplified greatly by providing farmers with the revised Code of Practice – Risk Assessment Document. While compliance levels were reaching over 70% with the initial COP Risk Assessment document, HSA Inspections have found that many farmers have not yet moved to the revised document. 

  Completing the new revised risk assessment document, which has updated and additional risks covered will help identify hazards, implement controls and manage farm safety, health and wellbeing on the farm.

 

Roscommon People Mart Watch - September 20th

 

 

Manager’s report…Maura Quigley, Roscommon Mart

 

“There were good numbers on offer again this week with a steady trade for all classes. Numbers of bullocks were small due to the big entry of 90 pens for next week’s special sale.

  “There was a full clearance of bullocks and dry cows with an 86% of heifers sold. Bullocks averaged from €1.67 per kilo up to €1.91 per kilo. Heifers fetched from an average of €2.06 per kilo up to €2.52 per kilo with dry cows selling from an average of €1.50 per kilo up to €1.88 per kilo.

  “This Friday (20th), there will be a special sale of bullocks at 11 am with 90 pens on offer as well as heifers and dry cows. On Friday, September 27th the mart will host a special sale of heifers (also dry cows and bullocks). Bookings accepted up to 5 pm today.

  “There were smaller numbers on offer at last Saturday’s sale of breeding sheep with a good demand for all classes resulting in the majority of lots getting sold.

  “Two-year-old breeding sheep fetched up to €170. Three-year-olds made up to €156 while hoggets fetched up to €191.

  “Sales for breeding sheep continue this Saturday (21st). There will also be a show and sale of pedigree Texel rams, with show at 12 Noon and the sale following the breeding ewes. 

  “There was a large entry of sheep at Wednesday’s sale. There was a steady trade for finished lambs with prices fetching €100 for 50kgs. There were plenty of excellent quality ewe lambs on offer with a top price of €134 for 53.5kgs There was a dip in trade for cast ewes with prices ranging from €45 up to €90. 

  “Sales continue each Wednesday at 11 am for lambs and cast ewes. Please note all sheep must be tagged with a full yellow EID Tag set”.

 

Roscommon Mart sample prices

 

Dry cows

Char X 880kgs €1485, Lim X 800kgs €1480, Char X 825kgs €1450, AAX 750kgs €1350, Char X 715kgs €1350, Lim X 715kgs €1255, Char X 730kgs €1190, Lim X 745kgs €1190, AAX 635kgs €1100, Char X 675kgs €1020, HEX 705kgs €1145.

Heifers

Char X 675kgs €1480,Char X 640kgs €1385, Lim X 650kgs €1385, Char X 650kgs €1355, Char X 600kgs €1350, Char X 610kgs €1350, Char X 585kgs €1310, Char X 550kgs €1200, Lim X 510kgs €1200, 2 Lim X 540 kg s€1180, 2 Char X 460kgs €1135, Lim X 450kgs €1135, Char X 460kgs €1100, Lim X 460kgs €1020, Char X 375kgs €940, Char X 370kgs €905, 2 Lim X 357kgs €860.

Bullocks

AAX 595kgs €940, Lim X 550kgs €900, AAX 540kgs €880, Lim X 365kgs €700, Lim X 385kgs €670,AAX 375kgs €650.

Finished lambs

50kgs €100, 51.9kgs €97, 52.3kgs €97, 54.6kgs €96, 50.2kgs €95, 53.8kgs €95, 51kgs €95, 50kgs €93.

Ewe lambs

53.5kgs €134, 56.4kgs €121, 45.8kgs €115, 51.5kgs €115, 54.1kgs €113, 46.4kgs €110, 47.8kgs €108, 46.5kgs €106, 47.1kgs €104, 44kgs €103, 43.2kgs €100.

 

Manager’s report…Brendan Egan, Castlerea Mart

 

“There were 700 cattle on offer last week with a better trade for all categories of stock in general. The bullock and heifer rings reported good demand and despite the pressure on beef prices at the moment, demand was good for the quality stores.

  “In the weanling rings numbers and prices continue to grow aided by strong export demand especially for the lighter calves with increased farmer activity this week. The dry cow trade and breeding stock remains firm while the runners reported an excellent clearance.

  “Cows with calves at foot made from €940 to €1,440 per head with springers making from €1,150 to €1,400 per head. Young calves made from €170 to €320 per head with runners making from €350 to €750 for continental type lots.

  “Sales continue at Castlerea Mart today (Thursday 19th) with our Continental Weanling Show and Sale (500 weanlings on offer) in conjunction with our usual sale of heifers, cows, calves, runners and weanlings. There are three rings in operation and sales commence at 11 am”.

Castlerea Mart sample prices

Dry cows

Lm 795kgs €1490, Lm 740kgs €1430, Si 810kgs €1405, BBx 820kgs €1400, Hex 495kgs €750.

Bullocks

Lm 495kgs €1190, Ch 405kgs €1085, Ch 415kgs €1050, Ch 515kgs €1155, Lm 585kgs €1295, Ch 575kgs €1260, AA 705kgs €1490, AA 695kgs €1450.

Heifers

Lm 415kgs €975, Lm 400kgs €910, Lm 440kgs €1080, Lm 475kgs €1080, Ch 740kgs €1470, Lm 590kgs €1330, Ch 550kgs €1230, BBX 600kgs €1290, AA 670kgs €1365.

Weanling bulls

Ch 260kgs €885, Ch 295kgs €860, Ch 275kgs €815, Ch 375kgs €975, BBx 390kgs €950, Ch 385kgs €920, Ch 370kgs €920.

Weanling heifers

Ch 265kgs €740, Ch 250kgs €690, Ch 240kgs €660, Ch 370kgs €970, Ch 305kgs €805, Ch 340kgs €890, Sim 270kgs €665.

 

Creed announces ANC payments of €168.5 million

 

Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed yesterday (Wednesday) announced that payments worth €168.5 million under the 2019 Areas of Natural/Specific Constraints Scheme and Areas of Specific Constraint (Islands) Scheme, have commenced issuing this week to almost 79,000 farmers. This marks the commencement of the payment of some €1.6bn to Irish farmers under various schemes over the coming months.

  Minister Creed said: “I am conscious of the many challenges currently faced by farmers and therefore the importance of the timely delivery of payments under the ANC scheme. With this in mind, in Budget 2019 I secured additional funding of €23 million to bring the overall annual budget for the ANC scheme up to €250 million. This is the second year in a row that the allocation for the ANC Scheme has been substantially increased, and the increased funding has again been targeted at the areas of highest constraint”.

O’Beirne: ‘Strokestown Show a huge success’

 

 

The chairperson of Strokestown Agricultural Show, John O’Beirne has hailed last weekend’s event as a huge success and said that visiting judges were impressed with the high quality cattle on display.

  Mr. O’Beirne said: “It was a brilliant show and the quality was superb. I had judges ringing me the next day to say they couldn’t get over the quality of stock at the show”.

  The Strokestown Chairman added that the event “went like clockwork” and while the weather has been poor recently, the grounds help up well.

  “There were 18 and 20 cattle in each class – I think the highest was 21 in one class. These are huge classes and you won’t get that in any other part of the country.

  “Our All-Irelands went well too and Neven Maguire (celebrity chef) was a huge success. The food and drinks fair in general was ‘wedged’ across both days and that’s something we’ll be pushing more in the future,” he said.

  Mr. O’Beirne said the Horse Show was also well received and the judges on the day were given a difficult task due to the quality on offer.

  “There was a new ring for the horses in front of Strokestown Park House, which was ideal. The quality (of entries) was unbelievable and it  took our two judges from Cork and Kildare two hours to judge the event.

  “We also had a huge Dog Show – I wouldn’t like to even guess how many dogs we had. The Show itself was, above all years, a huge success. It was also good to see a local man, Ciaran Clarke, winning the draw for a heifer,” he concluded.

 

Roscommon People Mart Watch - September 13th

 

 

 

 Manager’s report…Maura Quigley, Roscommon Mart

 

“There were good numbers of excellent quality cattle on offer at Friday’s sale. There was a positive trade for bullocks with the majority of lots sold. Prices ranged from €2.09 per kilo up to €2.60 per kilo. There were plenty of customers in attendance who were anxious for stock. The numbers of heifers on offer was small due to the large entry for next week’s special sale (81 pens on offer) with prices ranging from an average of €2.02 per kilo up to €2.36 per kilo. Prices for dy cows averaged from €1.42 per kilo up to €1.59 per kilo.

  “This Friday (13th) the mart will host its usual sale of bullocks and dry cows from at 11 am. There will also be a special sale of heifers with 81 pens on offer.

  “On Friday, September 20th, there will be a Harvest Special Sale of bullocks, heifers and dry cows. Bookings accepted up to 5 pm today (12th).

  “There was a very good entry of top-quality weanlings on offer at the show and sale held on Tuesday. There was a brisk trade for weanling bulls with lots averaging from €2.30 up to €3.16 per kilo. There was a strong trade for weanling heifers with lots fetching from €2.21 per kilo up to €2.98 per kilo.

  “Again, this week exporters and agents were very active, with farmers also anxious for stock. In comparison to the same sale last year, weanling bulls were back on average 5 cents per kilo or an average of €20 per head on a 400 kilo animal with weanling heifers back 12 cents per kilo or an average of €48 per head on a 400 kilo animal. There is no sale of weanlings on Tuesday, September 17th. A Harvest Special of Weanlings will take place on Tuesday, September 24th at 5 pm. Bookings accepted up until 5 pm on Thursday 19th.

  “There was a large entry of sheep at this week’s sale. There was a steady trade for finished lambs with prices fetching €102 for 50.7kgs. There were plenty of excellent quality ewe lambs on offer with a top price of €135 for 55kgs. There was a good trade for cast ewes with prices ranging from €70 up to €115. 

  “Sales continue each Wednesday at 11 am for lambs and cast ewes. Please note all sheep must be tagged with a full yellow EID Tag set”.

 

Roscommon Mart sample prices

 

Dry cows

Simm X 845kgs €1300, Char 780kgs €1230, Lim X 800kgs €1200, HEX 785kgs €1175, Lim X 715kgs €1140, Fr 630kgs €750, AAX 625kgs €670, Char X 695kgs €1080.

Heifers

Lim X 615kgs €1285, Char X 500kgs €1115, Char X 500kgs €1020, Lim X 355kgs €840, 3 Lim X 363kgs €850, Char X 380kgs €885, 2 Lim x 422kgs €900, Char X 445kgs €925.

Bullocks 

Char X 710kgs €1550, Char X 675kgs €1545, Lim X 625kgs €1540, 3 Char X 626kgs €1470, 2 Char X 572kgs €1425, 2 Char X 565kgs €1400, 2 Char X 547kgs €1400, Char X 575kgs €1380, 3 Char X 548kgs €1360, BBX 555kgs €1300, Lim X 570kgs €1250, Simm 560kgs €1190, Lim 495kgs €1150, Char X 430kgs €1120, Lim X 465kgs €1120, Lim X 390kgs €945.

Weanling heifers

Lim X 435kgs €130 - €2.98 per kilo, BBX 470kgs €1160- €2.46 per kilo, Char X 415kgs €1040 - €2.50 per kilo, Char x 445kgs €1000 - €2.24 per kilo, Lim X 390kgs €920 - €2.35 per kilo, 2 Lim X 360kgs €870 - €2.41 per kilo, Lim X 335kgs €825 - €2.46 per kilo, Lim 345kgs €800 - €2.31 per kilo, Simm X 270kgs €680 - €2.51 per kilo, Char X 335kgs €800 - €2.38 per kilo.

Weanling  bulls

Lim X 505kgs €1400 - €2.77 per kilo, BBX 425kgs €1190 - €2.80 per kilo, Char X 490kgs €1180 - €2.40 per kilo, Lim X 410kgs €1100 - €2.68 per kilo, Lim X 385kgs €1005 - €2.61 per kilo, Lim X 455kgs €1055 - €2.31 per kilo, 3 Char 430kgs €1050 - €2.44 per kilo, Char X 385kgs €990 - €2.57 per kilo, 2 Char X 375kgs €950 - €2.53 per kilo, Lim X 395kgs €915 - €2.31 per kilo, Lim X 295kgs €845 - €2.86 per kilo, Lim X 320kgs €835 - €2.60 per kilo.

Finished lambs

50.7kgs €102, 54.8kgs €102, 51.1kgs €102, 52.4kgs €100, 51.7kgs €97, 48.8kgs €95, 51.8kgs €95, 48.3kgs €95, 50.3kgs €95.

Ewe lambs

55kgs €135, 52kgs €125, 55.4kgs €125, 48.3kgs €118, 46.1kgs €113, 47.4kgs €111, 43.6kgs €110, 44.4kgs €110, 49.8kgs €101, 44kgs €99, 41.2kgs €98.

 

Manager’s report…Brendan Egan, Castlerea Mart

 

“600 cattle presented for sale on Thursday last, as numbers continue to increase due to poor weather conditions. Trade and prices were similar to previous weeks with prices remaining steady and demand on par with previous weeks.

  “Cows with calves at foot made from €750 to €1,550 per head. Young calves made from €130 to €390 per head with runners making from €300 to €700 for continental lots on offer.

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

  “Please note bullock sales will resume as and from Monday, September 16th”.

 

Castlerea Mart sample prices

 

Bullocks

Ch 470kgs €1170, Ch 445kgs €1120, Lm 510kgs €1220, Ch 500kgs €1090, Ch 575kgs €1280, Lm 560kgs €1175, 630kgs €1430, Hex 730kgs €1450, Ch 770kgs €1400.

Dry cows

Lmx 750kgs €1490, Lm 850kgs €1445, Lm 720kgs €1365, Lm 680kgs €1290, BBx 785kgs €1345.

Weanling bulls

PTX 295kgs €760, Ch 295kgs €720, Ch 405kgs €900, Ch 425kgs €860, Lm 320kgs €750.

Weanling heifers

BBX 300kgs €835, Lm 340kgs €800, Ch 370kgs €875, Lm 260kgs €625, Ch 270kgs €630, Lm 340kgs €800, Ch 360kgs €830.

 

Heifers

Lmx 390kgs €880, Lmx 350kgs €845, Lm 490kgs €1090, Lm 450kgs €1035, Lm 505kgs €1430, Ch 665kgs €1350, Lm 665kgs €1320, Ch 630kgs €1320.

 

 

 

Remembering the late Dan Moran

 

 

 

It was with immense sadness that I learned of Dan Moran’s passing in his 102nd year on Thursday, August 29th.

  I had the great honour and pleasure of visiting Dan in the welcoming surrounds of Tearmainn Bhride Nursing Home in Brideswell the day after his 100th birthday last year. That day he welcomed a number of his friends from the Athleague Comhaltas branch as well as members of the Castlecoote-Fuerty Fleadh Cheoil committee and distinguished guests Dr. Labhras Ó Murchú and his wife Una.

  Dr. Ó Murchú is the Director General of CCE and was in town to officially launch this year’s Fleadh Cheoil in Castlecoote later that night. He kindly stopped by to make a presentation to Dan to mark his 100th birthday.

  Dan told me about his famed walking sticks as well as his life as a sheep farmer. He was a renowned sheepdog breeder for the best part of 50 years and while he told me he never won any “big titles” he assured me he had the best of working sheepdogs.

  Sheep farming was his occupation but his beloved hobby was singing and music. He was modest when discussing his ability on the piano accordion and told me that even at the age of 100 he was learning to play the clarinet. Dr. Ó Murchú and his wife Una were even invited back to Brideswell to listen to Dan singing ‘The Felons of Our Land’, which Dan was in the process of learning at the time.

  What I’ll most remember however is Dan’s impromptu performance that day. He sang ‘The Isle of Innisfree’ beautifully before telling me he still got tremendous enjoyment from singing and playing music with other people.

  A day after becoming a centurion, Dan brought laughter and song to those fortunate enough to be present in Brideswell that day.

  He will be sorely missed but fondly remembered by many and I count myself lucky that I was able to spend that very enjoyable afternoon with him.

  Dan, who was the beloved husband of the late Josephine and much-loved father to Sean, Bernie Condron, Ollie, Mary Finan, and Anthony was laid to rest in Tisrara Cemetery last Sunday following Mass in Christ the Good Shepherd, Four Roads.

  I extend my deepest sympathies to his family and many friends. May his kind and gentle soul rest in peace.

 

ICMSA: Payments must be made on time

 

Following the announcement by Minister for Agriculture, Food, and the Marine regarding payment dates for the BPS and ANC this coming autumn, the Deputy President of ICMSA has said it is now vital that farmers receive payments on time.

  Lorcan McCabe said: “ICMSA acknowledges the progress made over the last number of years in terms of getting payments out on time. But this year of all years it’s more important than ever that every farmer needs to get his or her payment on time and for this to be achieved, any problems with applications must be notified immediately in order to give the farmer time to resolve the issue. 

  “In light of the cash flow pressures on the beef side in particular, but also other sectors - and with Brexit pending - there are serious pressures on farmers and it is essential that the ANC payment is made as early as possible in September, the BPS payment on the 16th October and all other payments, including GLAS, to be paid as agreed under the Farmers Charter”.

  He called on the Department of Agriculture to be proactive when it comes to offering farmers assurance.

  “We think that the Department should be proactive on this and actually text farmers an assurance that everything is in order and they can expect to be paid on time.

  “Farmers have financial commitments to meet and the payment of various scheme payments on time is absolutely critical”, concluded Mr. McCabe.

 

Minister must not renege on ANC Budget increase – Naughten

 

 

 

 

Denis Naughten has warned Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed that he must not renege on the Budget increase of €23m for the Areas of Natural Constraint (ANC) payment which was agreed as part of the Budget 2019.

  Deputy Naughten said: “As someone who was party to the Budget 2019 talks, it was fully understood that the €23m increase agreed for the ANC payment would be made in September and there was never any indication that there would be any postponement until the end of 2019.

  “The decision by Minister Creed to withhold not just the €23m Budget increase but a further €12m (half of the increase that we secured in Budget 2018) until December at a time when farmers, particularly beef farmers, are facing serious financial pressure is completely unacceptable.

  “Many farmers are facing bank repayments this month and had relied on the ANC payment to keep banks at bay particularly with the collapse of the price of beef.

  “On average we have seen a 10% reduction in beef prices since this time last year and now Minister Creed seems to be adding to the financial pressures facing framers by holding back 15% of the ANC payment.

  “This decision has to be reversed and instead of holding back money we need to be exploring ways of getting more cash into the hands of farmers on the run up to the Brexit date of 31st October”.

 

Roscommon People Mart Watch - September 6th

 

 

 

Manager’s report…Maura Quigley, Roscommon Mart

 

“There was a good show of weanlings on offer at Tuesday’s sale with a steady trade for both bulls and heifers resulting in the majority of lots getting sold. Weanling bulls averaged from €2.29 per kilo up to €3.08 per kilo while weanling heifers ranged from an average of €2.04 per kilo up to €2.94 per kilo.

  “The main customers this week were exporters and agents with some farmers also active. The mart will host a show and sale of weanlings next Tuesday (10th) at 5 pm. Bookings accepted up until 5 pm this Thursday (5th).

  “There was a large entry of sheep at our annual show and sale of lambs this week. There was a steady trade for finished lambs with prices fetching €100 for 50.5kgs. There was plenty of excellent quality ewe lambs on offer with a top price of €155 for 53.9kgs There was a good trade for cast ewes with prices ranging from €72 up to €100. 

  “Sales continue each Wednesday at 11 am for lambs and cast ewes. Please note all sheep must be tagged with a full yellow EID Tag set.

  “Numbers on offer at the breeding ewes sale were similar to last week. There was a brisk trade for both ewes and hoggets with an improved price resulting in an excellent clearance of lots. Hoggets made up to €218 with 2-year-old ewes fetching up to €190 and 3-year-old ewes making up to €160.

  “Sales continue on Saturday (7th) with the West of Ireland Registered Suffolk Sheep Breeder Club. Gates open at 8 am with 30 top-quality rams on offer. Show at 11 am and sale at 12 noon. There will also be a Pedigree Lleyn Sheep Show and Sale at 1 pm”.

 

Roscommon Mart sample prices

Weanling heifers

BAX 340kgs €1000 - €2.94 per kilo, LMX 410kgs €950 - €2.31 per kilo, BBX 420kgs €890 - €2.11 per kilo, CHX 405kgs €870 - €2.14 per kilo, CHX 360kgs €840 - €2.33 per kilo, Lim X 370kgs €750 - €2.02 per kilo, CHX 305kgs €725 - €2.37 per kilo, LM X 265kgs €615 - €2.32 per kilo.

Weanling bulls

SI 595kgs €1245 - €2.09 per kilo, CHX 460kgs €1100 - €2.39 per kilo, Char X 365kgs €985 - €2.69 per kilo, Simm X 485kgs €1000 - €2.06 per kilo, 2 LMX 375kgs €945 - €2.52 per kilo, Char X 380kgs €955 - €2.51 per kilo, Lim X 350kgs €930 - €2.65 per kilo, Lim X 355kgs €855 - €2.40 per kilo, CHX 300kgs €830 - €2.76 per kilo, SIX 370kgs €810 - €2.18 per kilo, LM X 390kgs €800 - €2.05 per kilo, Char X 235kgs €725 €3.08 per kilo.

Spring lamb

50.5kgs €100, 44.6kgs €97.50, 51.6kgs €96.50, 52.7kgs €95, 48.4kgs €94, 49kgs €93.50, 47.2kgs €90, 44.9kgs €90.

Ewe lambs

53.9kgs €155, 51.7kgs €142, 51.2kgs €140, 48.6kgs €137, 51.4kgs €136, 50.8kgs €136, 53.3kgs €135, 49.3kgs €130, 48.2kgs €129, 49.6kgs €128, 48.8kgs €124, 46.3kgs €115, 45.1kgs €110, 43.8kgs €108.

 

Manager’s report…Brendan Egan, Castlerea Mart

 

“Larger numbers of stock presented for sale this week as a result of the recent wet spell. Trade and prices varied depending on the categories of stock. The lighter quality stores witnessed good demand while the forward plainer type lots were a tougher trade.

  “The cow trade has remained strong and runners and breeding stock reported good clearances while the weanling trade was helped by strong export demand this week.

  “Cows with claves at foot made from €920 to €1,400 per head. Springers made from €700 to €1,100 per head. There were bigger numbers of calves/runners coming on offer with prices ranging from €170 to €700 for continental lots.

  “Sales continue at Castlerea Mart today (Thursday) 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 485kg €1315, AAX 475kgs €1110, Chx 500kgs €1200, Lm 500kgs €1070, Lm 560kgs €1230, Ch 590kgs €1155, Lm 635kgs €1295, Ch 635kgs €1200.

 

Heifers

AA 410kgs €970, Lm 405kgs €885, Ch 480kgs €1050, Ch 605kgs €1290, Ch 580kgs €1225, Lm 550kgs €1175, Ch 480kgs €1000.

 

Dry cows

Ch 780kgs €1550, Lm 835kgs €1530, Lm 710kgs €1405, Lm 785kgs €1370, Lm 470kgs €955.

 

Weanling bulls

Ch 295kgs €800, Ch 255kgs €750, Lmx 355kgs €930, Ch 415kgs €935, Ch 440kgs €960.

 

Weanling heifers

Lm 345kgs €865, Lm 370kgs €845, Lm 390kgs €850, Lm 355kgs €750, AA 290kgs €500.

 

 

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