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Outstanding Trade for Darlington Primestock
2012-03-27

Darlington Mart again proved to be one of the leading UK primestock centres, on Thursday March 22, with top cattle prices peaking at a fantastic £2211 for a young bull weighing in at 987kg and knocked down at 224 pence per kilo.

Darlington Auction Mart

Darlington Auction Mart

Forward at the weekly prime stock sale was a show of 367 prime cattle consisting of 115 young bulls, 101 steers and 151 heifers. A show of 2720 sheep was forward comprising 2294 Hoggets and 436 cast sheep.

Young Bulls - met more money and a cracking trade.
Top price per kilo was 234p for a Limousin that realised £1552 consigned by JA Matten & Son Avenue Fm purchased by Cleveland Meat Company.

The lead grossing bull realised £2211 for a home bred British Blue consigned by G Beresford & Sonm, Tenley Farm and purchased by Mr G Riley.

Leading price per kilo
234 227 220 218 214 213 210 209 208 205 200 JA Matten & Son, 233 208 JH&D Wise, 231 220 209 W&M Knaggs, 225 218 214 207 203 202 200 J Henderson, 224 G Beresford & Son, 224 218 210 202 J&A Layfield
220 218x3 217 204 203 200 EW Grieves, 214 209 201 TN Hodgson & Son, 214 212 Metcalf Bros
209 208 206 RA Patterson, 207 204 RC Turnbull

Lead Grossing Bulls
£2211 G Beresford & Son, £1755 £1665 £1661 £1602 £1564 EW Grieves, £1743 £1555 JH&D Wise
£1686 £1567 £1552 £1543 £1515 £1511 JA Matten & Son, £1622 W&M Knaggs, £1593 JB Bell & Son, £1503 J Henderson



Steers - a lovely show of steers met an increase of 5-8p on the week. Top price per kilo was 249p for a British Blue that realised £1559 consigned by M Robinson & Son East Alwent Fm and purchased by J Penny & Sons Leeds.

The lead grossing steer realised £1696 for a home bred Blonde consigned by WJ Scott, Low Leam Farm and purchased by Cleveland Meat Company.

Leading price per kilo
249 246 M Robinon & Son, 237 234 222 221 M Doorman, 234 210 JM Hall, 233 231x2 228 227 223 221 218 WJ Scott, 230 JB&JA Fenwick, 228 JL Marks, 227 219 217 AF Hall, 225 216x2 214 JH Johnson, 226 J&A&DA Horn, 225 224 218 211 JH&D Wise, 219 212x2 Corner Bros, 217 MJ Croft, 217 LW Martin, 217 W Ramsey & Son, 216 TN Callender, 213 Walker Bros, 211 RO Gilson

Lead Grossing Steers
£1696 £1620 £1586 £1546 £1498 WJ Scott, £1634 £1534 JH&D Wise, £1583 £1514 AF Hall
£1565 £1546 £1491 Corner Bros, £1559 £1490 M Robinson & Son, £1553 Walker Bros
£1536 £1488 TN Callender, £1517 £1510 £1484 JM Hall



Heifers - the dearest seen for a while with an average of 210p for all heifers, a wonderful trade. Top price per kilo was 244p for a Limousin that realised £1307 consigned by W Bainbrige Greystones Fm purchased by Worsley Wholesale.
Lead Grossing Heifer realised £1695 for a home bred Limouisin consigned by WJ&A Bowes & Son Stainton purchased by Worsley Wholesale

Leading price per kilo
244 242 240 237 238 237 235 232 223 221 W Bainbridge, 244 JH&D Wise, 243 231 JB&JA Fenwick
236 235 234 221 JJ Kemp & Son, 235 219 Skelton Farming, 234 A&D Proctor, 234 230 222 217 JG Walton & Son, 232 229 J&A&DA Horn, 232 WF Hustwit, 230 223 DH Lawson, 230 JC&P Tallentire, 228 222 P Baker, 228 226 222 B Walker, 227 217 W Ramsay & Son, 226 W Swinbank & Son, 222 GW Gill & Son, 220 216 WJ&A Bowes, 220 JC Simpson, 219 JL Marks, 219 217 GC&JC Pullan, 217 LW Martin

Lead Grossing Heifers
£1695 £1345 £1321 WJ&A Bowes, £1525 £1467 £1409 £1312 £1311 W Bainbridge
£1483 £1370 £1324 JG Walton & Son, £1453 £1362 JC Simpson, £1430 GW Gill & Son
£1428 £1419 £1400 DH Lawson, £1395 JJ Kemp & Son, £1369 A&D Proctor, £1359 ER Terry
£1348 £1346 WF Hustwit, £1329 W Swinbank & Son, £1326 W Ramsay & Son, £1310 P Baker



Prime Hoggets - export hoggs average 220pkg with heavy hoggs slightly harder to move but many over £100. Top price per kilo was 242pkg for a pen of 37kg home bred Texels that realised £89-20 consigned by WN Stockdale Middleton Grange purchased by MR R Skelton. Lead grossing hoggs realised £114 for a pen of strong home bred Texels consigned by WH Smith & Son West Sheilds purchased by Yorkshire Country Meats.

Leading price per kilo
242 WN Stockdale, 238 230 229 227 221 CH Greensit, 236 C&M Atkinson, 236 223 W Johnson & Son
235 JE Braithwaite & Son, 235 225 TW Clark & Son, 234 232 226 AJ Spilman & Son, 233 L Fowler
233 GC&JC Pullan, 231 230 228 E Blacklock, 231 229 226 PE&EJ Clark, , 230 KT Anderson, 230 I Lancaster, 230 C Morris, 230 225 W Walker & Son, 230 I&RA Watson, 229 WH Smith & Son, 228 222 MW Barnes, 228 WF Dove, 224 A Crowder, 228 225 J Thompson & Son, 225 RE&L Frank, 225 JR Knox & Son, 225 JD Vipond, 223 W Robson

Lead Grossing Hoggs
£114 WH Smith & Son, £108 £105 RL&AR Phillips,£108 £107 £105 CH Greensit £107 £106 WF Dove & Son, £107 £106 £105 WH Greensit, £107 C Morris, £107x2 £106 AJ Spilman & Son, £105 J Thompson & Son, £105 £104-50 J Thompson & Son

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