Devon cattle average up £880 on year at spring sale

Source: http://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/taking-stock-devon-cattle-averaged-880-year-spring-sale.htm

Farmers Weekly

Averages were up £880 on the year at the Devon Cattle Breeders’ Society spring show and sale at Sedgemoor Auction Centre, Bridgwater, last week (23 March). The day saw brisk trade for 2015-born bulls, with 13 averaging £3,281 and selling to a clearance rate of 92%.  The highest price of the day of 4,400gns was achieved by established Devon breeders Messrs G Dart and Son from Great Champson, Molland, Devon, which saw Champson Diamond 2nd, who sold to the National [&#…

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