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320 entries - including 70 calves - were offered sale; heifers hit €1,350, dry cows sold to €1,240 and bullocks peaked at €900.
A Charolais dry cow sold for €1,480 while 4 HE bulls reached €355
Calves achieved €285, while dry cows hit €1.220 and heifers sold to €990
Store cows "pick of the crop" - O'Keeffe
“Plenty of customers and not enough cattle especially stores for grass."
“A fine sale with plenty of buyers.”
“A fine sale with plenty of buyers,” - O’Keeffe
Dry cows sold to €1,070, heifers climbed to €1,170 and bullocks topped out at €1,320.
“Trade was much the same as last week.” - O’Keeffe
Just over 1,290 entries were offered for sale; calves reached €320, dry cows hit €990, heifers realised €1,075 and bullocks peaked at €1,080.
“Despite the rain over the last few days, trade was exceptionally strong in both rings.”
“The bad morning kept some buyers and sellers at home, nevertheless, cattle were in great demand” - O’Keeffe
““The lovely weather brought out many visitors and plenty of customers were looking for cattle with the grass growing” – O’Keeffe.
“A good sale all-round but bad FR calves are hard to sell” – Seamus O’Keeffe.
“Prices were the same as last week with plenty of customers, but all talking about the prices at factory-level”
“Great demand for all types of stock with plenty of customers at the ringside; a full clearance was recorded” – Michael Scanlon.
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- ADDED5 mths ago
Some 450 entries went under the hammer; calves ranged from €30-€300, weanlings hit €500, dry cows sold to €900, heifers made up to €1,105 and bullocks realised €1,020.