Strong NI trade for Charolais average ?2468

Lawrence, Chrissie
March 2008
Farmers Weekly;3/14/2008, p82
Trade Publication
The article reports that Charolais met a strong trade peaking at 4,900 Guinea Francs (gns) at the Northern Ireland Club's official spring fixture at Dungannon in Northern Ireland. The event attracted one of the largest ever entries and a near total clearance, with 54 lots selling to average £2,468. Sale leader was Rowandale Burbon, a son of Anneskeagh Sandman and out of a homebred cow going back to the 10,000 gns Harestone Nighthawk. Bred and exhibited by Darren McKay of Ballymena, this first-class prize winner sold to Martin O'Kane of Dungiven.


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