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Stirling Beef Shorthorn Bulls Peak at 8,000gns

Beef Shorthorn bulls sold to a top of 8,000gns at the breed society’s official show and sale in Stirling on Monday 22 October.

Langalbuinock Diesel, male leader at 8,000gns

Langalbuinock Diesel

The top 8,000gns call went to Langalbuinoch Diesel TI12, SRI +11, a rising two year old roan from Robert and Paula McAlister, Kingarth, Isle of Bute. Sired by Newfield Tarquin and out of a homebred dam going back to Loch Awe lines from the couple’s six cow herd, the 8,000gns Diesel went to join Leys Farm suckler herd at Leys Castle, Inverness.

Next at 7,500gns was Dunsyre Demetri TI +28, SRI +25, a two year old roan by Dunsyre Asterix and out of a homebred dam. Bred and exhibited by Carey Combs, Carnwath, Lanark the buyer was James Porter, Upper Ballinderry, Lisburn.

A bid of 5,500gns secured Birselawsie Eric for Robert and Lesley Mitchell, Hawick. This 19 month old red and white from D and J Hardie, Midmar, Inverurie was by Oldglenort Sparky and out of a homebred dam going back to Llanarth lines.

Father and son team, Neil and Graeme Massie, Dinnet, Aboyne offered their Blelack Majestic TI +9, SRI +8, a Blelack Secret Service son and out of a homebred dam, at 4,200gns Muir Liam.

Averages: 11 bulls £4,047.

Auctioneers: United Auctions

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