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"Light Friesian, Hereford and Angus cattle were met with good farmer demand" - Quinn
Lots sold to an average price of €2,550 at the Tomriland Aberdeen-Angus herd reduction sale.
“Light continental bulls saw a strong demand for export" - Quinn
The herd was established by Louis Byrne and his wife Chrissie in 1990
“100 dry cows met a strong demand with a top price of €1,810 paid for a LM weighing 956kg"
“A small sale due to ‘Ploughing’ with excellent demand for lambs” – Quinn
“The quality of weanlings was exceptional with strong export demand" - Quinn
“All other classes met a similar trade to the previous week” – David Quinn
‘Exporters were very active for light continental bulls, paying up to €3/kg for suitable lots’
'A very strong selling trade with good demand and a full clearance of all sheep on offer'
‘Bulls met a slightly improved trade with exporters more active’
"Quality cattle remained a very strong trade with excellent demand for quality stores."
“Trade was excellent for all types of stock with a full clearance.” – Quinn
“Calves continue to improve with strong export and farmer demand.” – Quinn
“Trade was very strong for all classes with prices similar to last week.” – David Quinn
“Calf trade was good for continentals, but difficult for small Friesians and cross-bred calves” – David Quinn
Some 1,876 entries went under the hammer, with a strong trade for all classes; hoggets reached €127.
More exporters and farmers were active for quality weanlings, according to David Quinn; an excellent demand for all classes led to a full clearance.
“Calves met a strong demand for quality lots with younger small calves slower to sell with the majority for export” – David Quinn
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