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Beef Shorthorn Leads Stirling Multi-Beef Sale

Beef Shorthorn led the bidding at 10,000gns in Stirling on Monday 3 May, at the centre’s multi-breed sale.

Sale topper was the two-year-old roan bull, Coxhill Napolean TI +14, SRI +15, MI +27, a Ballylinney Glen son from Mrs LJ Townsend, Moffat, Dumfriesshire. The buyer was Aucheneck Estates, Killearn, by Glasgow.

Coxhill Napolean

Coxhill Napolean

The same vendor offered Coxhill Neptune TI +44, SRI +44, MI +19, a rising two-year-old red by Millerston Kaspar. He was secured for 5,000gns by J Macadam, Helensburgh, Dumbartonshire.

The Scottish Government’s Bull Stud, Inverness invested in two bulls each at 4,000gns. First to go was Knowehead Nomad TI +22, SRI +19, MI +20, a two-year-old light roan by Nearhouse Kane from Mr and Mrs J Redpath, Alyth, Fife. The Stud’s second purchase was Langalbuinoch Navigator TI +28, SRI +23, MI +19, a two-year-old roan Langalbuinoch Lord son from R and P McAlister, Kingarth, Isle of Bute.

Averages: 7 bulls £5,070.00 (+ £2,039.50)

Auctioneers: United Auctions

Beef Shorthorn Cattle Society

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