‘My initial fear was that online selling would take over and marts would be a thing of the past’

I do now believe that online selling will continue after the pandemic, writes Eimear McGuinness.

Opinion: What Covid-19 has taught this farmer

Trying to explain how an online mart works to the auld lad was an experience, to say the least, so I told to watch an episode of bargain hunt and said it’s something like that, writes The Wexford Farmer.

Bullocks reach €1,970 at Ballyjamesduff

Northern customers make their presence felt, according to John Tevlin.

Cull cows sell from €770 to €1,750 at Ballinasloe

Heifers pushed from €540-€1,230, while bullocks sold from €570-€1,380.

Livestock Marts: From ringside to screen-side

Online marts are similar to buying an item of clothing online versus in a shop, writes Joanne Hanifin.

VIDEO: Buying cattle from the comfort of your armchair in the Covid-19 era

Have you bought cattle at an online mart whilst sitting at your kitchen table?

Over 40% of culls at Ennis purchased by customers who did not view prior to sale

“It must be said that the online sale proved very popular and both regular and new customers competed very well.”