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24

March

18,000gns Breed Record and Newark Market Record

Lirecs

Lincoln Red Cattle Society Spring Show & Sale
Saturday 24th March 2012 held at Newark Livestock Market

12 Bulls – Averaged £5,880 (£3,483 in 2011)
67 Females Averaged – £1,352 (£9,08 in 2011)

Records tumble – top price of 18,000Gns paid for Beverley Noble

The Lincoln Red Cattle Society’s Spring Show and Sale at Newark Livestock Market on Saturday 24th March 2012 saw R I Clough and Son’s Senior Champion Bull and Breed Champion, Beverley Noble, break both the Society’s Breed Record and the Newark Livestock Record selling for 18,000gns. Beverley Noble sired by Beverley Adventurer out of Beverley Gift G55 was bought by Mr Andrew Mylius’s St. Fort Herd in Fife, Scotland. Mr Mylius commented: “it’s not often you see a Bull walk into the ring and know you may not see an animal of such quality again! I had to have him in my St. Fort Herd!”

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Judge, Mr Robin Dennett, struck a cord with buyers as HM & JM Needler’s Junior Champion Bull and Reserve Breed Champion, Walmer Nordic, sold for 10,000gns. Walmer Nordic sired by Beverley Henchman out of Walmer Lobelia H54 sold to R I Clough and Son’s Beverley Herd, Spilsby, Lincolnshire.

Mr and Mrs K P Beginn’s Reserve Junior Champion Bull Tapus Nova Scotia; sired by Hemingby Boxer out of Walmer Heroine E42 sold for 8,000gns to Michael Read’s Hemingby Herd, Horncastle, Lincolnshire and R E Needham & Son’s Market Stainton Norman; sired by Hemingby Bevan out of Market Stainton Judy 14th J22 sold for 7,000gns to HM & JM Needler’s Walmer Herd, Ranby, Lincolnshire.

12 bulls sold on the day, with an overall record breaking average of 5,600gns (£5,880).

Female trade was brisk with an overall average for 67 females of 1,288gns (£1,352) being; 16 “Showgirls” 1,409gns (£1,480); 6 in calf Cows/Cow with calf at foot 1,700gns (£1,785); 5 in calf Heifers 1,650gns (£1,733); 40 Maidens 1,133gns (£1,189). Overall Sale average being (79 animals) 1,943gns (£2,040).

Top priced female and Reserve Champion Heifer in the Show, Michael Read’s May 2009 born heifer, and in calf to Donington Kavannah, Hemingby Bridget M622 sired by St. Fort Essex out of Hemingby Bridget J400 sold for 2,400gns to T Davies, Berkeley, Gloucestershire. The Champion Heifer in the Show, HM & JM Needler’s February 2010 born maiden heifer; Walmer Princess N18 sired by Beverley Jaunty out of Walmer Princess J43 sold for 1,600gns to G L Gent & Son’s Stokedoyle Herd, Oundle, Peterborough.

Mr P Broughton’s in calf Donington Gloria G18 (bred by Mr J G Parkinson) ; sired by Limestone Dunstan out of Donington Gloria C8, sold for 2,000gns to F & E Hullah and Son’s Tancred Herd, York, South Yorkshire, followed closely by Mr P Broughton’s in calf Farnsfield Doris G140 (bred by J & A Farming Ltd) sired by Farnsfield Chuck out of Farnsfield Doris 34th V6 sold for 1,900gns to RM Shaw & RM Miller’s Padworth Park Herd, Reading, Berkshire.

Lincoln Red Cattle Society President Geoff Bolton extended thanks on behalf of the Lincoln Red Cattle Society Members to Mr Robin Dennett for being our Judge for the day, to Paul Gentry our ever-efficient Auctioneer and the Newark Livestock Market Team and to all those who supported our Record Breaking Sale.

Nei Girardi

August 21, 2012
6:47 pm
Spectacular bull. I wish I could have semen from him in my farm in Brazil.
 
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