Thame sheep fair hits £3.05m record gross

Source: http://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/thame-sheep-fair-hits-3-05-million-record-gross.htm

Farmers Weekly

A record turnover was reported by auctioneers at Thame Sheep Fair last week (3-4 August) as averages for many classes lifted on the year and trade broke the £3m mark for the first time. Prices were buoyed by a £6-£7 lift across Suffolks and Mules and a jump in Beltex-cross averages of almost £30 on the year as about 3,000 more sheep went under the hammer at a 98% clearance.   See also: More stocks and sales news Beltexes Beltexes […]

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