Markethill Mart: Suckler outfits selling to a top of £2750 Leave a comment


Trade in all rings continued to remain very firm with weanling prices in particularly exceptionally strong.

250 heifers sold readily with good quality forward feeding heifers from £210 to £233 per 100 kilos for a 504k at £1175 from a Keady farmer followed by £232 per 100 kilos for 506k Limousin at £1175 from a Poyntzpass producer.

Beef heifers sold to £221 per 100 kilos for 618k at £1365 from an Armagh farmer with a top price of £1445 for a 680k Sim £210 from a Crossmaglen producer.

All good quality beef heifers from £200 to £219 per 100 kilos.

Middleweight heifers sold to £250 per 100 kilos for 470k at £1175 from an Armagh farmer followed by £248 per 100 kilos for 434k at £1075 from a Kilkeel farmer.

Keady farmer 504k £1175 £233.00; Poyntzpass farmer 506k £1175 £232.00; Keady farmer 564k £1305 £231.00; Kilkeel farmer 502k £1155 £230.00; Newtownhamiton farmer 580k £1325 £228.00; Newtownhamilton farmer 502k £1135 £226.00; Portadown farmer 520k £1175 £226.00 and Crossmaglen farmer 526k £1185 £225.

Armagh farmer 618k £1365 £221.00; Armagh farmer 624k £1365 £219.00; Dungannon farmer 634k £1375 £217.00; Poyntzpass farmer 616k £1335 £217.00; Dungannon farmer 666k £1435 £215.00; Poyntzpass farmer 624k £1325 £212.00; Crossmaglen farmer 688k £1445 £210.00 and Crossmaglen farmer 640k £1325 £207.

Armagh farmer 470k £1175 £250.00; Kilkeel farmer 434k £1075 £248.00; Cullyhanna farmer 482k £1175 £244.00; Kilkeel farmer 444k £1065 £240.00; Cullyhanna farmer 396k £945 £239.00; Crossmaglen farmer 486k £1155 £238.00; Kilkeel farmer 494k £1165 £236.00 and Jerrettspass farmer 472k £1105 £234.

160 bullocks sold in a steady demand.

Beef bullocks to £228 per 100 kilos for 660k at £1515 for a Newtownhamilton farmer.

The same owner received £227 per 100 kilos for 646k at £1465.

Main trade for good quality bullocks from £200 to £220 per 100 kilos with a top price of £1575 for 706k £223 from a Dromara farmer.

Forward feeding bullocks sold steadily from £210 to £239 per 100 kilos for 560k at £1345 from a Jerrettspass producer followed by £233 per 100 kilos for 526k at £1225 from a Silverbridge farmer.

Good quality middleweight steers from £200 to £236 per 100 kilos for 434k at £1025 from a Richhill farmer and for 418k at £985 from a Dromore producer.

Top price for middleweights £1085 for 490k at £220 from a Hillsborough producer.

Good quality Friesian bullocks sold from £160 to £177 for 528k at £975.

Jerrettspass farmer 562k £1345 £239.00; Silverbridge farmer 526k £1225 £233.00; Silverbridge famer 546k £1245 £228.00; Newtownhamilton farmer 586k £1325 £226.00; Newtownhamilton farmer 628k £1395 £222.00; Newtownhamilton farmer 642k £1425 £222.00; Armagh farmer 592k £1285 £217.00 and Glenanne farmer 528k £1145 £217.

Newtownhamilton farmer 666k £1515 £228.00; Newtownhamilton farmer 646k £1465 £227.00; Mayobridge farmer 680k £1525 £224.00; Dromara farmer 706k £1575 £223.00; Armagh farmer 642k £1425 £222.00; Newtownhamilton farmer 648k £1435 £221.00; Mayobridge farmer 712k £1575 £221.00; Mayobridge farmer 660k £1425 £216.00; Tandragee farmer 706k £1515 £215.00 and Tandragee farmer 716k £1525 £213.

Armagh farmer 434k £1025 £236.00; Dromore farmer 418k £985 £236.00; Armagh farmer 442k £1035 £234.00; Glenanne farmer 460k £1075 £234.00; Armagh farmer 418k £975 £233.00; Glenanne farmer 406k £945 £233.00; Glenanne farmer 456k £1055 £231.00; Glenanne farmer 464k £1055 £227.00 and Glenanne farmer 462k £1045 £226.

Newtownhamilton farmer 528k £935 £177.00; Newtownahmilton farmer 506k £875 £173.00; Portadown farmer 578k £965 £167.00; Portadown farmer 570k £935 £164.00; Newtownhamilton farmer 528k £865 £164.00 and Mayobridge farmer 638k £1045 £164.

A large entry of 300 weanlings sold in the best trade in several weeks.

Good quality light males sold steadily from £260 to £332 per 100 kilos for 256k Limousin at £850 from an Armagh farmer followed by £318 for 296k Limousin to £940 for a Tassagh producer.

Top price for light males £1020 for 370k £276 for a Newtownhamilton farmer.

Strong males sold to £255 for 490k at £1250 for a Altnamackin farmer followed by £247 for 430k at £1060 for a Castlewellan producer.

Good quality heifer weanlings sold steadily from £240 to £293 per 100 kilos for 302k at £885 from a Markethill farmer followed by £292 per 100 kilos for 298k Charolais at £870 for a Beragh farmer.

Altnamackin farmer 490k £1250 £255.00; Armagh farmer 416k £1050 £252.00; Castlewellan farmer 430k £1060 £247.00; Donacloney farmer 428k £1050 £245.00; Armagh farmer 412k £1010 £245.00; Newtownhamilton farmer 420k £1010 £241.00 and Kilkeel farmer 418k £975 £233.

Armagh farmer 256k £850 £332.00; Tassagh farmer 296k £940 £318.00; glenanne farmer 242k £740 £306.00; Markethill farmer 278k £850 £306.00; Tassagh farmer 262k £800 £305.00; Cullyhanna farmer 304k £870 £286.00; Cullyhanna farmer 326k £930 £285.00; Markethill farmer 310k £880 £284.00 and Sixmilecross farmer 304k £850 £280.

Markethill farmer 302k £885 £293.00; Beragh farmer 298k £870 £292.00; Markethill farmer 282k £820 £291.00; Beragh farmer 242k £700 £289.00; Markethill farmer 268k £770 £287.00; Newry farmer 246k £700 £285.00 and Markethill farmer 276k £780 £283.

Suckler outfits sold to a top of £2750 for Charolais heifer and heifer calf at foot for a Poyntzpass farmer.

A Co Fermanagh producer sold two outfits at £2300 and £2200 each.

Several more turnouts sold from £1300 to £1800.

In calf heifers sold to a top of £1900, £1500 and £1450 twice.



Source link

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

SHOPPING CART

close