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August Month End Sale at Beeston


The end of August champion at the Craven Dairy Auction was Stainbank Sunray 420 who sold for £1620, reserve from Raymond and Robert Johnson made top price of £1880.


End of August Craven Dairy Auction


Trade at Craven Dairy Auction on Monday 24th August was up to £1880 for the reserve champion, a second prize heifer from Raymond and Robert Johnson. This Grinkle Gent daughter originated from the Sneaton herd and sold giving 27kgs to John Howard, Heslaker.


Averages: cows in milk £1510, heifers in milk £1530, maiden heifers £601.75. (CCM Auctions)


Errolston Empress leads August trade


The August Border and Lakeland Show and Sale took place at Borderway on 19th August in front of a packed ringside of buyers from the North of England and Scotland. There was a certain amount of optimism around and trade peaked at 1920gns for Errolston Sudan Empress from Brian, Valerie and Craig Davidson. Her dam is a VG85 Cogent Maestro daughter and she was purchased by W Brewster, Stirling.


Averages: 10 cows in milk £1528.80, 32 heifers in milk £1595.45. (Harrison and Hetherington)


Wright Marshall’s Month End Focus Milk Sale on 28th August included a small show of bulls and saw a top price of £2350. This was paid for Rob Clare’s Hawksmoor Deacon, a December 2013-born son of Mincio out of the Device family. He sold to J E Brown and Sons, Elton, Chester. Cows were in great demand and it was an second calver from Barbara and Graham Bell of Ridley that led trade for milkers at £2020. In her second lactation, Irthingvale Coconut Miriam is by the Goldwyn son Wardle Coconut. She sold producing 47kg to WJ and P Wilson, Uttoxeter.


Averages: 13 Cows £1344.70, 38 Milking Heifers £1378.92; three bulls £1766.67. (Wright Marshall)


Craig Davidson stood champion with a cow from his Errolston herd, the Davidsonsalso took top price with a heifer.


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