Commercial buyers underpin Limmy trade at Stirling

Source: http://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/commercial-buyers-underpin-limmy-trade-stirling.htm

Farmers Weekly

Commercial buyers underpinned Limousin trade at Stirling on Monday (6 February), leading to a high of 12,000gns and one of the highest clearance rates seen at Stirling for some years.  Averages were well up on the year by more than £500 to £5,102 for the 62 bulls sold, with a clearance rate of 91%. Leading the sale at 12,000gns was Goldies Lordoftherings from the prolific Goldies herd of Bruce Goldie, Townfoot Farm, Mouswald, Dumfries.    This June 2015-born bull had earlier […]

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