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Stirling Beef Shorthorn females in strong demand selling to 11,000gns

BEEF Shorthorn females met a firm demand selling to a top of 11,000gns in Stirling at the breed Society’s official sale.

Heading the trade was a pair of 19-month-old heifers from C Lowther, Penrith, Cumbria. Sale leader at 11,000gns was Lowther Crocus W9 (P), TI +34, SRI +37, MI +24, a light roan by the 9,000gns Glenisla Lochan Dubh selling to Evans and Price, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion.

Close behind at 10,000gns was the female champion, Lowther Lily W10 (P), TI +50, SRI +48, MI +29, a light roan Lowther Konan daughter. The buyer was Mary Cormack, Canterbury. Kent.

Next at 6,000gns was Glenisla Eva Broadhooks P492 (P), TI +41, SR +48, MI +30, a 19-month-old roan by the 7,500gns Chapelton Glen Clova. Heading a draft of heifers from Major JPO Gibb, Blairgowrie, Perthshire, she sold in a joint bid to Thomas Cheetham and Thaymar, Retford, Nottinghamshire.

The bull trade was led at 7,200gns by the reserve male champion, Dunsyre Phineas (P), TI +30, SRI +29, MI +21, an 18-month-old red by Dunsyre Lord Nelson. Consigned by the Leggat Farming Partnership, Logiealmond, Perthshire, he sold to J Innes and Sons, Huntly, Aberdeenshire.

Averages: 8 bulls £4,455.94; 28 females £3,453.75. Drafts: Glenisla 11 females £3,159.54; Cowford 4 females £2,861.25; Skaillhouse 5 females £1,848.

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