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STORE & BREEDING SHEEP REPORT


The Cumberland & Dumfriesshire Farmers Mart P.L.C. had forward 6001 Store Lambs at their sale at Longtown on Tuesday 6th November, 2012.

Sale ringA smaller show of lambs with more distant buyers operating, resulted in all classes being sharper on the week.

Top was £66.50 for Texel lambs from M Coghill, Achreamie, others to £65.60 Routlin Lynn, £65 Ridley Stokoe & Routin Lynn;

Cheviots £56.50 Greenside, £52 Unthank, £50.50 Routin Lynn & Gillesbie, £49 Greenside; Greyfaces £56 Hightown, £53.50 Low Old Shield, £50.50 Gate House; Blackface £56, £50 Yatesfield, £48.50 Greenlaw, £45.50 Crookburn, £45 Megdale; Suffolks £63.50 Borthwick Brae, £58.50 Faugh Beeches, £57 Coshogle; Swaledale £33.50 Allenhead, £31.50 High Edgesgreen & Nookton, £30.50 Grange House, £30 Sheepriggs & Hesleywell; Jacob £42.50 Old Chapel; Lleyn £60.50, £53.50, £53, £52.50 The Height; Shetland £48 Achreamie; Oxford £45.50, £40 Greenley Cleugh; Cheviot Mule £58.50 Routin Lynn. Feeding ewes to £68.50 for Charollais from Ridley Stokoe and hill types to £44 Eggleston.

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