The Cumberland & Dumfriesshire Farmers Mart PLC had forward
a catalogue entry of 440 at their sale of Store Cattle on Tuesday
25th September, 2012.
Best quality cattle were good to sell and weather cattle harder
Top price to £1,110 for a Charolais bullock from J.C. & H.A.
Charnock, Cumcrook, Limousins to £1,095 Castletown Estates
and Angus to £1,090 from J.A. & E. Dinwoodie, Archerbeck.
British Blue heifers sold to £955 from T. Hutton, How Farm
with Limousin to £910 (x2) from S. Dalton, Greenside.
Charolais - £1,110 Cumcrook, £980 Castletown, £960, £890
(x2)Archerbeck, £855 Nether Albie, £850 (x3) Archerbeck, £850
Limousin - £1,095, £1,095, £990 Castletown, £980
(x3) Mossband Hall, £930 (x4) How Farm, £930 Mossband
Angus - £1,090 Archerbeck, £1,010 (x6) Border Rigg, £895
West Craigs, £860 Castletown.
British Blue - £930 Mossband Hall, £920 Greensburn and
Castletown, £865 (x4) How Farm.
Simmental - £910 West Craigs, £900 Castletown.
Blonde d’Aquitaine - £885 (x2) Castletown.
Hereford - £880 (4) Castletown, £820, £825 (x3), £800
(x2) Shaw of Dryfe.
Friesian - £600 (x2) Highmoorhead.
British Blue - £955 How Farm, £930 Devonport Farms, £890
Laverhay, £865 Cumcrook, £860 How Farm.
Charolais - £910 (x2) Greenside, £905 (x2) How Farm, £850
Limousin - £880 Meikle Whitriggs, £860 Slealands, £840
Devon - £800 Wilseydown.
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