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NOVEMBER 23 2017
Lakeview Suffolks smash
records at 8000 guineas
RECORDS were smashed recently
at the Burnview and Lakeview
Suffolk females sale staged at
Balmoral on behalf of William Tait
and Gary Beacom.
Hitting the headlines at a
whopping 8000 guineas was a
gimmer from Gary Beacom sired
by Rhaeadr Rolex and out of a
Solwaybank Major dam. She is a
full sister to Lakeview Black Gold
who sold at the National Sale for
4500 guineas. Snapping this lot up
was Stuart Craft, Fife, Scotland.
Another super gimmer from the
same home realised 5000 guineas.
This was a Rhaeadr Rolex daughter
selling in lamb to Rockery Rodeo.
The buyer on this occasion was
Brian Doyle, Co Wicklow.
William Tait also enjoyed brisk
bidding with his top price of
4600 guineas paid for an exciting
prospect sired by Birness Murray.
This choice ewe lamb was placed
1st at the NI Championships and
full sister to the 8000 guineas
gimmer sold in Stirling. Ian
Donnell, Omagh was the top bidder
on this lot.
A triplet gimmer from the
Burnview flock attracted a lead call
of 4100 guineas. This is a full sister
to the 4600 guineas lamb, and was
bought by Sean McCloskey, Claudy.
Bidding for each and every lot
was strong throughout the select
catalogue with auctioneer Richard
GLIMMER: Gary Beacom cashed in this gimmer from his
Lakeview flock for 5000 guineas.
Beattie delighted how the sale had
“There were a large number of
RECORD: Lakeview Suffolks broke records with this
gimmer which sold for 8000 guineas at their recent
production sale
breeders keen to acquire genetics
from both the Lakeview and
Burnview flocks, as their reputation
for breeding tremendous stock has
travelled the length and breadth of
the UK and Ireland.”
Local breeders head for this year’s
Borderway Black and White sale
NCE again, Harrison & Hetherington
will host this year’s Borderway Black
and White Sale and as always it offers
an elite line-up of world class genetics,
with over 100 outstanding heifers
being presented from across the UK, Ireland and
the Netherlands.
Consignors from Northern Ireland include:
Absolute Genetics, P & S Haffey from Portadown,
J B McLean from County Antrim, J Patterson from
Crumlin and H Patton & Sons from Newtonards.
Now in its 31st year, this globally recognised
event, being held on Saturday December 2, has
established itself as one of the most important
dairy sales in the pedigree calendar, and this
year the line up is stronger than ever.
Sponsored by Genus ABS and Holstein UK ,
the sale, which commences at 11am, includes
a Soloman granddaughter from the Grand
Champion World Dairy Expo 2015 winner,
Lovehill Goldwyn Katrysha EX96 2E and an Ultra
Stylish Diamondback daughter from the 2017
Agriscot Super Cow, I-Cow Huddlesford Rosann
899 VG88.
If you are looking for red genetics, the
sale includes a Red Awesome Red daughter
from Luck-E Advent Kandie EX95, the Senior
Champion and Best Udder World Dairy Expo
winner 2014 and Red & White cow of the Year
2014. There is also on offer an Atwood daughter
from one of Ireland’s most successful show cows,
Priestland 5235 PS James Rose EX95 2E.
Harrison & Hetherington dairy auctioneer,
Glyn Lucas, explains: “The longevity and
success of this sale is testament to the quality of
animals being presented. Consigners have been
incredibly supportive of this event over the last
three decades and credit has to be paid to them
for establishing it as a valued fixture on the
annual calendar for pedigree dairy producers.
“We have an amazing line up this year, with
progeny from the world leading genetics
being offered, giving UK producers the rare
opportunity to invest in some truly outstanding
“The quality of genetics continues to improve as
new innovations in breeding techniques become
more successful around the world. To achieve
the status of the some of the cow families in our
catalogue is remarkable and a real reflection
of the dedication and professionalism of our
“It’s great to see so many consignments from
all over the UK, Ireland and the Netherlands,
and illustrates the reputation of the Black
and White Sale as a leading event in the dairy
pedigree industry. The sale has established
itself as much more than a dairy sale, this is
a social and informative occasion which our
customers value; a chance to meet with likeminded, progressive and ambitious farmers,
who look to improve the genetic index of their
herds through investing in the world’s best.”
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