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    Kirkby Stephen NEMSA Lamb Sale
2009-09-14

Harrison & Hetherington Ltd held their Annual sale of 9,420 Mule Gimmer Lambs for the North of England Mule Sheep Association at Kirkby Stephen Mart on Friday 11th September 2009.

Champion pen from Messrs Lord, Low Dowgill

Mule Gimmer Lambs

The overall average was driven to £80.10 a rise of £23.30 from 2008 by a packed ringside of purchasers ensuring a level trade from start to finish. Lambs were sold to most English counties as well as Caithness in Scotland.

The show held on Thursday evening once again proved hugely popular and was kindly sponsored by Farm Sence in conjunction with Eden Farm Supplies (Brough) Ltd, Carrs Billington Agriculture, Dugdale Nutrition and NB UK.

The judging of the sixteen pens of 10 was carried out by Mr I Sowerby, Mr S Wagstaff with Mr W Skelton acting as referee.

Class 1 – 10 Lambs Open to all Vendors

1st & Overall Champion Pen, winning the P F & K Perpetual Trophy and the Late C Jackson Trophy – Messrs Lord, Low Dowgill - £270 to G E Carter & Son

2nd & Reserve Champion Pen, winning the H & H Perpetual Trophy – K A Brown & Sons, Asby Hall- £290 to R & F Wilson

3rd G P Taylor & Sons, Swathburn - £190 to A M & H V Brown

4th H W & M A Alderson, Howgill Grange - £230 to A M & H V Brown

5th W M Hutchinson & Sons, Redgate - £240 to R M & W P Heigh & Son

Class 2 – Confined to Vendors of 200 or less and Members of Kirkby Stephen NEMSA Branch

1st & winning the William Dent Perpetual Trophy – D Alderson, East Lowfield - £150 to Messrs Jenkinson

2nd Messrs Jenkinson, Whingill - £110 to J Dickinson

3rd D & J H Richardson, Croft House - £160 to Messrs Jenkinson

4th D J & S Dixon, Hartley Castle - £94 to I D & S Clayton

5th I & P Brown, Oak House - £96 to J Gate

Principle Prices:
£290, £91 Asby Hall; £170, £122 Low Dowgill; £240, £220, £115 Redgate; £230, £170, £102 Howgill Grange; £190, £120, £100, £92, £91 Swathburn; £180, £110 Coach & Horses; £160, £118, £102 Croft House; £150 East Lowfield; £142, £115 Asby Grange; £122, £108, £96, £91 Greenriggs; £110, £90 Whingill; £108, £94 South House; £100 Villa Farm; £100 High Green Farm; £100, £90 Gill Gate; £ 98, £91 Easegill Head; £96 Rake Head, Gillcumber Edge, Oak House; £95, £90 Bleathgill; £94 Hartley Castle, High Lane, Dale Forge; £92, £91 Gillses; £92 Williams House; £92 Pennine View; £90 Midtown Farm, Powis House, Tarn House, Thorney Gale, Intake Bottom, Ravenseat, Gaythorne Hall, Argill House, Bridge End Farm.

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