British Blue bulls sell to 11,000gns at Carlisle

Source: http://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/british-blue-bulls-sell-11000gns-carlisle.htm

Farmers Weekly

The first British Blue Cattle Society sale of 2017 at Borderway Mart, Carlisle, saw prices rise to 11,000gns with 16 bulls selling for 5,000gns or more and a clearance rate of 90%. British Blue Society secretary Andy Ryder said buyers were looking for quality Blue genetics, to breed carcasses to supply what the market demands. “There is also a big demand for Blue bulls for breeding replacement females,” he added. See also: Five steps to a more profitable beef industry […]

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