Stirling bull sales 2018: Limousins up £712

Source: http://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/stirling-bull-sales-2018-limousins-712-dearer-year.htm

Farmers Weekly

Easy calving lines were keenly sought after in the Limousin ring at Stirling on Monday (5 February) as averages lifted to £5,814 at an 81% clearance. Three bulls achieved three figures and 31 lots made 5,000gns or more to lift averages £712 on the year. Topping trade at 13,000gns was an offering from the Dyke Herd of Jimmy and Donal MacGregor, Milton of Campsie, Glasgow. The naturally-born Dyke Macbeth is by Haltcliffe DJ son Netherhall Gilbert and out of Dyke [……

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