Date: 04 November 2021 | Store Sheep
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On Thursday 4th November at Lazonby Mart, Harrison & Hetherington held their fortnightly sale of store lambs.
A total of 895 stores were presented to a strong ringside of buyer looking to purchase both long and short keep lambs. Topping the sale was a pen of Beltex lambs from regular supporters Mr M Faulder selling to £115. Texels topped at £113 for a pen from TA Hall, Harsley Farm.
Mules were a serious trade with premiums being paid for lambs with good meat coverage. The top price in this section was a strong pair from GH & A Walton & Sons, Farnbury selling for £98.
GT Birkett Ltd sold a run of 103 Mules to £90, with Swaledales taking a rise on the fortnight with Messrs JT Green, Hill Farm selling to £66.
The next store lamb sale at Lazonby will take place on the 18th November.
For further information, speak to our auctioneers,
James Little: 07872840685
Joe Bowman: 07736 883670
Leading price per head: Beltex £115, £107, £99, £97.50 Ewan Close, £103 Main Street, Texel £113 Harsley Farm, £110, £95 Black House, £109 Rise Head, £104 Ghyll House, £103 Main Street, £103, £99 Farnbury, £102 Fellside Farm, £94 Lazonby Manor, Mule £98 Farnbury, £95, £86 Whitestone, £94 Lazonby Manor, £90 Lonscale Farm, £90, £85 Horsemoor Hills, £89 Harsley Farm, £88 Coatlith Hill Farm, £87 Bow Hall, Bluefaced Leicester £98 Bow Hall, £75 Doddick Farm, Suffolk £95.50 Lazonby Manor, £88.50 Riggfoot Farm, £84 Baden Powell Street, £75, £74 Far Nentsberry, £72 Newsham Farm, £70 Ghyll House, Swaledale £90, £45 Moffat Cottage, £66, £64, £62, £43 Hill Farm, £66 Farnbury, £44 Sandwick Farm, £42, £41 Bow Hall,