Red Ruby Devon bull averages up £590 on the year

Source: http://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/red-ruby-devon-bull-averages-590-year.htm

Farmers Weekly

Bull averages were up £590 on the year, hitting £2,835 at the Devon Cattle Breeders’ Society autumn show and sale on Friday (6 October). This follows the society’s spring sale trend, when trade increased and 16 bulls averaged £3,280. Friday saw a full sale ring of regular and new buyers and all 60 lots sold, with yearling stores averaging £840. Sharing the top price of the day were the show champion and reserve, Exmoor Huntsman M16127 and Bollowal President M1707…

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