The sun was shining and people were smiling at the in lamb
sale of Lleyn sheep on Friday 15th February 2013.
A positive trade was seen for the final Lleyn Sheep Society sale of the year at Skipton Auction Mart on Thursday 4th October.
Exceptional clearance rates across the board were achieved at a very successful Lleyn Sheep Society sale of registered sheep at Welshpool Market on Saturday 29th September 2012.
The Lleyn Sheep Society sale of registered Lleyn sheep at Carlisle Mart on Thursday 27th September 2012 peaked when Balliliney Action Man son for 18,000gns.
At this new annual sale of Lleyn sheep at Roscommon Livestock Mart on Saturday 15th September 2012, bids were coming in thick and fast.
The averages in every section were up on the year across all sections at the Lleyn Sheep Society Sale of registered sheep at Carmarthen Livestock Market on Thursday 13th September.
At the Lleyn Sheep Society sale of registered Lleyn sheep at Thainstone Mart on Wednesday, 12th September, a good clearance in all categories was seen with 100% of the ewe lambs sold and the rams seeing a 90% clearance.
The Lleyn Sheep Society sale at Stirling, on Monday, 10th September, saw ewe lambs average £122, an increase of £15 on the year.
At the sale of registered Lleyn Sheep in Ballymena Livestock Market on Saturday 8th September, good sheep sold very well with a top of £225/head in the females and a top of 2050gns – a new high in Northern Ireland for the breed.
A positive day was seen at Ross on Wye on Thursday, 6th September, with a strong trade and plenty of buyers to take Lleyn sheep.
A buzz was in the air at the Lleyn Sheep Society sale at Ruthin on Monday 3rd September 2012 as increased entry numbers brought more to the market with very high clearance rates seen in all sections.
The annual sale of registered Lleyn sheep was held at Exeter Livestock Market on Thursday 23rd August 2012, with Dylan Jones of Lluest flock judging the show classes.
The inaugural sale of registered Lleyn sheep, at Bakewell Livestock Centre on Wednesday 15th August, was very well supported by both the local breeders and the livestock market.