5th MARCH 2020 - Page 49



MARTWEEK
MARKETHILL CATTLE
An entry of 550 cattle on Saturday
sold in the strongest trade for several
weeks.
HEIFERS - The 200 heifers sold in
an exceptionally strong demand with
heavy heifers selling up to £1405 for
680k £205 from a Dungannon farmer
with several heifers selling from
£1250 to £1355 each.
Main demand for good quality
heavy heifers from £195 to £214 per
100 kilos for 640k at £1375 from a
Dungannon producer followed by
£213 per 100 kilos for 614k Char at
£1305 from a Newtownhamilton
farmer.
Good quality middleweight heifers
sold in the best trade in several
months from £200 to £222 per 100
kilos for 404k Lim at £895 from a
Newry farmer followed by £221 per
100 kilos for 470k Char at £1045
for a Portadown farmer. Top price
middleweight heifer £1075 for 494k at
£218 from an Aghalee producer.
Heavy heifers - Dungannon
farmer 644k £1375 £214.00;
Newtownhamilton farmer 614k £1305
£213.00; Dungannon farmer 642k
£1355 £211.00; Loughgall farmer 582k
£1225 £210.00; Portadown farmer
522k £1095 £210.00;
Armagh farmer 538k £1125 £209.00;
Tandragee farmer 554k £1155 £208.00;
Newtownhamilton farmer 646k £1345
£208.00; Ballynahinch farmer 562k
£1165 £207.00; Dungannon farmer
654k £1355 £207.00; Dungannon
farmer 680k £1405 £205.
Middleweight heifers - Newry
farmer 404k £895 £222.00; Portadown
farmer 472k £1045 £221.00; Keady
farmer 424k £925 £218.00; Aghalee
farmer 494k £1075 £218.00;
Banbridge farmer 410k £885 £216.00;
Banbridge farmer 402k £865 £215.00;
Keady farmer 468k £995 £213.00;
Aghalee farmer 460k £965 £210.00;
Castlewellan farmer 438k £915 £209.
BULLOCKS - The 140 bullocks sold
in the strongest demand for several
weeks. Good quality middleweight
steers from £200 to £233 per 100
kilos for 392k Sim at £915 for a Keady
CROSSBRED ENTRY: Liam Finlay, Plumbridge, admiring crossbred entries at
Plumbridge Livestock Sales.
farmer followed by £230 per 100 kilos
for 402k Hereford at £925 from an
Armagh producer.
Good quality Friesian bullocks
sold from £140 to £150 per 100 kilos
696k at £1045 from a Loughbrickland
producer.
Heavy bullocks - Dungannon
farmer 622k £1305 £210.00; Collone
farmer 670k £1405 £210.00; Moy
farmer 552k £1145 £208.00; Moy
farmer 572k £1185 £207.00; Newry
farmer 560k £1155 £206.00; Markethill
farmer 560k £1155 £206.00; Markethill
farmer 578k £1185 £205.00; Loughgilly
farmer 634k £1295 £204.00; Milford
farmer 526k £1065 £202.
Middleweight bullocks - Keady
farmer 392k £915 £233.00; Armagh
farmer 402k £925 £230.00; Armagh
farmer 404k £925 £229.00; Armagh
farmer 432k £985 £228.00; Banbridge
farmer 428k £965 £226.00; Armagh
farmer 370k £845 £228.00; Armagh
farmer 392k £885 £226.00; Banbridge
farmer 378k £845 £224.00; Banbridge
farmer 406k £885 £218.00; Moy
farmer 494k £1065 £216.
Friesian bullocks - Loughbrickland
farmer 696k £1045 £150.00;
Belleeks farmer 532k £785 £148.00;
Loughbrickland farmer 644k £945
£147.00; Loughbrickland farmer 646k
£935 £145.00; Loughbrickland farmer
622k £895 £144.
WEANLINGS - The 200 weanlings
sold in an excellent demand to a
full gallery of buyers. Light male
weanlings sold to £305 per 100 kilos
for 262k Char at £800 from a Tassagh
producer followed by £297 per 100
kilos for 288k Lim at 855 from a
Keady producer. All good quality
light weanlings sold from £240 to
£288 per 100 kilos.
Stronger males sold from £197 to
£220 per 100 kilos for 410k Lim at
£900 from a Rathfriland producer
and up to £1000 for 498k Char £201
from a Ballynahinch producer.
Good quality heifer weanlings
sold from £220 to £275 per 100 kilos
for 334k Lim at £920 from a Kilkeel
producer followed by £258 per 100
kilos for 302k Char at £780 from a
Tassagh producer.
Strong male weanlings Rathfriland farmer 410k £900 £220.00;
Armagh farmer 418k £845 £202.00;
Armagh farmer 452k £910 £201.00;
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Ballynahinch farmer 498k £1000
£201.00; Bessbrook farmer 410k
£810 £198.00; Bessbrook farmer
416k £820 £197.
Light male weanlings - Armagh
farmer 262k £800 £305.00;
Armagh farmer 288k £855
£297.00; Keady farmer 266k £765
£288.00; Armagh farmer 302k
£895 £296.00; Armagh farmer
278k £795 £286.00; Markethill
farmer 296k £820 £277.00;
Armagh farmer 330k £895
£271.00; Armagh farmer 342k
£885 £259.00; Portadown farmer
288k £740 £257.
Heifer weanlings - Kilkeel
farmer 334k £920 £275.00;
Armagh farmer 302k £780
£258.00; Rathfriland farmer 260k
£690 £265.00; Newry farmer 410k
£995 £242.00; Kilkeel farmer 406k
£960 £236.00;
Newry farmer 270k £695
£257.00; Armagh farmer 274k
£700 £255.00; Keady farmer 302k
£735 £243.00; Kilkeel farmer 316k
£760 £241.00; Magheralin farmer
330k £790 £239.
Suckler outts sold at £1500,
£1140 and £1100 each.
ARMOY SHEEP
Sheep trade stepped up another
gear last week with just over 700
head on offer.
Fat lambs sold to £107, fat ewes
sold to £127 with many lots over
£100, store lambs sold to £86.50.
FAT LAMBS - John Campbell,
Ballymoney, 28kgs £107; Jas E
McCaughan, Armoy, 26kgs £99;
Des McKeeman, Bushmills, 26kgs
£98; Robt Wylie, Clough, 29kgs
£98;
John Elliott, Loughguile,
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26kgs £98;John Crawford,
Glarryford, 25kgs £97; Con Blair,
Ballymoney, 24kgs £97; K Lavery,
Randalstown, 23kgs £96.50;
G Millen, Coleraine, 25kgs
£96.50; E Jamison, Coleraine,
26kgs £96;Maurice McVicker,
Bushmills, 25kgs £95.50; A
Boyce, Bushmills, 24kgs £95; JJ
McAlister, Glendun, 26kgs b/f,
£96;
Chas McAlister, Cushendall,
22kgs b/f £86.50; M Maloney,
Loughguile, 24kgs £95; Sean
McDonnell, Glenariffe, 24kgs
£95.20.
FAT EWES - Victor Chestnutt,
Bushmills, 4 Tex, £127; Graham
Thompson, Bushmills, 2 Suff,
£115.50; D Cussick, Armoy, 4 Tex,
£109; Ed Jamison, Coleraine, 1
Suff, £108; Jas Reilly, Ballycastle,
4 Tex, £107;
Ian Young, Coleraine, 3 Tex,
£104; Brian Marcus McAuley,
Bushmills, 1 Suff, £104;
Ballylurgan Farms, Randalstown,
6 Tex, £103; I Young, Coleraine, 2
c/b’s £96; V Chestnutt, Bushmills,
3 Tex, £90;
D Marshall, Clough, 4 Suff, £90;
Tom Archibald, Dunloy, 6 Tex,
£101; John O’Kane, Ballymoney, 6
Tex, £91; K & E McErlain, Armoy,
10 c/b’s £90.
STORE LAMBS - John
Campbell, 8 b/f £84; J McMullan,
Glenarm, 11 b/f, £84; John Todd,
Ballycastle, 25 Tex, £85; M
McVicker, Bushmills, 10 Tex, £75;
Ian Duncan, Ballycastle, 26 Suff,
£75;
A Boyd, Cloughmills, 27, c/b’s
£62.50; Robt Boyd, Cloughmills,
23 c/b’s £71; Niall McKeague,
Ballycastle, 22 Tex, £59.50; Tom
Rainey, Maghera, 25 b/f, £70.

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