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Auctioneer’s Report (Will Alexander): The biggest entry of stirks to date, with 707 forward. Stealing the show and setting a new stirk record of £1700 was Alan, Ruth & Mark Woodhouse, Clapham with a tremendous Limousin x Heifer, purchased by Chris & Elaine Dent, Barnard Castle for future breeding. Some super runs of suckler bred cattle met much interest, with the best £1100-£1300, Mason & Gardner’s run peaking at £1290, whilst the best of Mark Wilson, Horton in Ribblesdale’s bulls topped at £1170 twice. The younger sorts at the start of the sale were a little harder to sell than in the March sale. Good summering cattle meeting the most demand, with the main of the heifers £900-950, better sorts £1000-£1100 whilst the better type bullocks would be well over £1000, GR & J Batty, Summersgill selling Charollais to £1090 with M & C Booth close behind at £1070. Stronger cattle wanted and well bid for, Maurice Lawson up at £1200 later in the day with his dairy bred Simmental Bullock. Dairy bullocks to a high of £1020 for a trio of Fleckviehs from first time vendors MJ & LC Lund, Quernmore, whilst Black and Whites peaked at £910 for a pair from Paul Middleton, Garsdale. A run of strong cattle from Chris Kneale, Isle of Man saw a high of £890. Of the 169 B&Ws the strongest £800+, next draw £750-£800 with the longer term sorts £600-£650.



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New Mart Record Set with a Stirk to £1700 from AB, RA & MS Woodhouse