Exporters and farmers active at Ennis

'The best-selling weanlings are bulls 300kgs- 430kgs and heifers 300kgs-400kgs'

Exporters sourcing weanlings for Turkey

Lighter R grade weanling bulls of 250kgs to 320kgs and heavy, plainer-types are sought.

Plainer heifers a shade easier at Ennis

“Heifers 350kgs plus were a strong trade”

More customers for quality bulls at Ennis

‘The heifer trade was livelier than the bull trade on a per kg basis’

'Shipping activity in the bull ring' at Ennis

'The heifer trade is holding firmer than the bull trade'

Tough trade for plainer lots at Ennis

“Trade for the heifer weanlings holding very solid but bulls were a shade easier.”

LM bullock made €2.76/kg at Ennis

CH bull - 1,055kg topped out at €1,800

Farmer driven trade at Ennis

Lambs averaged €2.13/kg while Cull ewes achieved €61 to €120.

Weanling heifers reach €3.46/kg at Ennis

"Trade was very strong with some top-quality stock on offer”

Strong trade for quality bullocks and heifers at Ennis

Exporters and farmers were active in the calf ring

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Plainer lots a 'shade tougher' at Ennis

“Quite a number of Autumn-born weanlings are being presented for sale now.”

Smaller entry at Ennis

“A more variable mixture in the bull and heifer weanling ring but quality lots holding a smashing trade.”

Fewer customers at Ennis

“Trade was similar to last week all-round with no great change”

Strong trade for top-quality weanlings at Ennis

Suckler pairs reached €1,920, while in-calve entries hit €1,700. Spring lambs peaked at €137.

Charolais bull calf makes €750 at Ennis

Farmers and exporters competed for bull weanlings, while farmers were the main customers in the heifer ring.

Steady trade for calves at Ennis

FR bulls sold from €40-€190, while sucklers hit €2,280 and dairy entries peaked at €1,570. Farmers & exporters competed for stock.

Good demand for heifers over 350kgs at Ennis

Some 1,100 entries including 280 calves went under the hammer; suckler pairs sold to €1,980, while calves hit €400 and dairy stock peaked at €1,590.