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The sale-topper, a second prize-winner, came in the form of a LMX, weighing 275kg.
Weanlings sold from €1.86-€3.39/kg, according to Wynne.
Over 1,000 lambs and 600 hoggets went under the hammer, according to Wynne.
Mart manager, Joe Wynne, reported a 98% clearance.
Bullocks reached at €990 over, heifers climbed to €850 over and weanlings peaked at €700 over.
This bullocks, a BBX, weighing 630kgs, sold for €2.57/kg or €1,620.
A BAX, weighing 360kg, made €1,310 or €3.64/kg.
This LMX, weighing 360kg, made €1310 or €3.64/kg
Ringside and online bidders made their presence felt.
Heifers made up to €3.00/kg.
Weanling heifers reached a top price of €3.23/kg.
Bullocks made up to €3.32/kg in the online sale.
“We would like to thank everyone for their cooperation during this difficult time." - Joe Wynne
“We had many restrictions in place due to the Covid-19 outbreak." - Joe Wynne
The mart’s beef/store cattle show and sale attracted a large entry, according to Wynne.
Bullocks ranged from €250-€860 over, while heifers ranged €510-€575 over.
Weanlings sold from €1.91-€3.19/kg, while heifers fetched from €1.72-€2.95/kg.
Bullocks ranged from €320 to €870 over, while heifers clicked from €365-€885 over.
Bullocks sold from €295-€835 over, while heifers ranged from €220-€785 over.