Aberdeen Angus bulls make strong start at Stirling



Aberdeen Angus bulls met a strong but selective trade on the opening day of the Stirling bull sales, where the top deal was a 11,000 guinea (gns) bid.
The sale average rose £847 albeit with only 26 bulls selling. Yesterday’s trade levelled out at £5,391 compared with £4,544 for 32 bulls sold at last year’s fixture.
Aberdeen-Angus Cattle Society president, Johnny Mackey, said breeders had the type of bulls customers wanted on show at the sale, which featured a mixture of commercial and pedigree buyers.
Leading the sale was the pre-sale show champion from Northern Ireland breeders Jonathan... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Business, Views: 43
Source: Scotsman
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