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STORE & BREEDING SHEEP REPORT


store sheep ringThe Cumberland & Dumfriesshire Farmers Mart P.L.C. had forward 4,482 store lambs and breeding sheep at their sale at Longtown on Tuesday 24th November 2009.

Store lambs were the dearest so far to at top of £72.80 for Texels from Kinning Hall, others £67.20 Palmer Hill, £66.80 High Crindledyke; Charollais £71.80 Mossknowe; Suffolk £67.80 Solmain, £66.20 Albierigg, £65.80 Mossknowe; Half Bred £65.80 Linton House; Greyface £63.50 Mossknowe, £62.50 Bayldon, £61.50 Albierigg; Blackface £56.50 Balmurrie, £55.80 Alnham Castlehill, £50.20 Sewing Shields; Kendal Rough £52.80 Church View; Swaledale £51.80 High Edges Green, £46.80 Pry Hill, £45.80 Howard Farm. Tup lambs to £64.50 Kinning Hall.

Cast rams to £100 Carpet Farm. Texel cast ewes to £90.50 Linton House, Hill types £62.50 Carpet Farm.

The 1,014 Hill Cheviots were very dear, selling to a top of £54.80 Girnwood, £53.50 Gall, £52.50 Granton.

Hill Northies £61.80 Lochwise, £59.50 Hownam Grange, £57 Bradley.

Correct Blackface gimmers to £55 Carpet Farm, who also sold Cheviots at £41.


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