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SALES SUMMARY
Reporting on the latest auctions,
Lleine Holsteins Dispersal
dispersals and sales from around
Due to farming in an expanding village the Thomas family’s
the United Kingdom held recently. decision to change their farming policy saw one of the
highest yielding herds in Wales dispersed. Several hundred
people gathered at the farm ensuring a superb trade for all
The Cornish Mabec herd average £1975 ages of animals. Leading the day was a 3000 gns bid from
Adrian Rees, Efailwen for the Blitz daughter Lleine Ivy 36, a
The dispersal sale of the Mabec herd drew a large crowd of
VG87 2
nd
calver from a family that was a feature of the day.
purchasers from the South West and Wales, to Hallworthy
At 2800gns Mark Thomas, Trelech secured the Stormatic
daughter Lleine Iris 40 who had calved in March. Four
Stockyard in Cornwall. The Jenkin’s family has achieved
animals reached 2700 gns amongst over 20 animals that
many show successes, including the recent Royal Cornwall
broke the 2000gns barrier one being the served heifer
Show Championship where Mabec Mas Annie EX92-2E stood Lleine Sylvia 96, a Bolton in-calf to sexed semen sold who to
Cornish Interbreed and Production Inspection Champion.
Meirion Williams, St Clears, who also took Lleine Ruth 22, a
This herd was being dispersed due to the expiry of the Farm
Best daughter from the in-calf heifer section.
Business Tenancy.
Heading for the Llanllwni herd was the best from the heifer
calf section, the Mr Sam sired Lleine Margaret at 1500 gns.
The days top price was realised by Mabec Roy Dawn VG86-
Over 20 animals headed over the border to English counties
2yrs, sold as a fresh calved 2nd Calver, she had recently been
with others sold to most of the Welsh area.
awarded 2nd as a Dry Cow at the Royal Cornwall Show. This Averages: Cows £1801, In Calf Heifers £1548, Served Heifers
Roylane Jordan daughter bred from 7 Generations of VG &
£1426, Bulling Heifers £895, Heifer Calves £581, 220 head
EX Dams sold to Mr S Bone of Cornwall for 3900gns.
£1454
Auctioneers: Huw Evans, Carmarthen
The Cornish Interbreed Champion Mabec Mas Annie EX92-
2E was greeted by the packed ringside of buyers, and she
sold for 3800gns to the Treginegar herd. She had recently
A delight at the South West Sale
been served to Goldwyn and was yielding 62.5 kgs per day at
A day of celebrating 100 years of black and white breeding
6.48% fat in her 4th lactation.
started with the herd visit to the 2009 South West Herd
A real feature of the Mabec herd was the established competition winning Moorshard herd belonging to the club
America family, originating from the Romax herd dispersal
president Randolph Miller and his son Brian. An evening
sale. Romax America 20 ET EX93-4E and her full & half sisters
special Sale of Stars followed, preceded by a hog roast and pre-
parade of the animals to be sold. Over 200 people took the
had performed well for the Jenkins and the family was given
opportunity to admire the depth of breeding on offer. Breeders
a dedicated slot in the sale. The fourteen America family
from Norfolk, Sussex, Cornwall and Wales witnessed leading
members averaged £2437, including a bull. Perhaps the most South West dairy Auctioneers Greenslade Taylor Hunt sell the
sought after Americas were four in calf heifers, daughters of 23 heifers forward to a top price of 7,000gns. This was fittingly
Romax America 20 EX93-4E and all sired by Picston Shottle.
achieved by Moorshard Goldwyn Delight ET who was born in
Three of these heifers were in calf to Braedale Goldwyn and
November 2008 and bred from 7 gens of EX or VG, with a PLI of
+£215 she was secured by Martin Hussell for his Perrins herd.
due in August and October. These heifers sold at: America 4
The last ‘live’ lot of the evening was born in January 2009 and
3700gns to Mr Phillips of Cornwall, America 2 3000gns to Mr
sold for 4,200gns. The heifer was consigned by Les and Karen
C Goaman of Devon, America 3500 Gns to Mr S Bone of West Bennett from their Lilylane herd, Wildman Kitty 31st. She was
Cornwall and America 2600gns to Mr AW Pomeroy of North
described as one for the calf shows and that is what Raymond
Devon.
Spiller of the Fullwood herd is planning to do with her.
Another highly sought after lot was Mabec Stormatic
The only milking lot of the evening was the VG86 Daystar
Shottle Rhapsody PI ET a second calver from 11 gens of VG or Ex
Christine VG88-3yrs, when the bid rose to 3700gns. This
consigned by Daystar Holsteins and FH Chave and Sons, she sold
2nd Calver was shown successfully at the Royal Cornwall
for 3,700 gns to join Moorshard.
Show beaten narrowly by the Interbreed Dairy Champion The second Moorshard heifer Lady Remington Amanda ET from
& Reserve that both came from her class. This Comestar
8 generations of EX made 3,500gns and travelled to Carmarthen
Stormatic daughter giving 54 kgs a day moves to Wales to
with the Twose family who also purchased David Norman’s
Ciderhouse Baxter Fleur heifer at 3,000 gns to join their Maenhir
join Mr Thomas’s herd.
herd.
Mark Bromell, Dairy Auctioneer of Kivells, commented “this
Others at 3,000 gns and over included D & P Mead & Co’s
herd represented one of the best herds to be dispersed in Lynchmead Shottle Natalma 2nd (3,500gns); CB Cooper
the south west this year and the strong support and prices
Partnership’s Noremead Stormatic Marbelle (3,200gns); AJ Hinks
achieved reflected the quality of the cattle and the high
and Sons Kingtonmagna Velvet Roxie 4th (3,000gns).
regard in which the Jenkins family are held”.
JC Palmer offered a first choice heifer from 4 pregnancies due
August from Capthorne Pleasure VG87 by Planet. Spirited
Averages: 181 cows and milking heifers £1975; In Calf
bidding achieved 2,000gns for this now eagerly awaited calf.
Heifers £2238.
Averages: £2,893.
Auctioneers: Kivells Auctioneers: Greenslade Taylor Hunt
60 THE JOURNAL OCTOBER 2009
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