Demand for Bulls Themis insists on 2017 prices

  • Demand for Bulls Themis insists on 2017 prices
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    Strong demand from both export and domestic trade have received seasonal sale weaners in firm of start, in particular, for quality Bulls at prices on a par with 2017.
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Strong demand from both export and domestic trade have received seasonal sale weaners in firm of start, in particular, for quality Bulls at prices on a par with 2017.

Managers-March reporting weight for age very good, especially for the Bulls who show any negative consequences of the Holodomor for grass tested for most households during June and July.

The numbers in regular Tuesday sale of weaners in Ennis Mart was generally low, and Manager Martin McNamara said that “the greatest demand was for bulls are looking forward to an early end.”

The heavier continental bulls sold to €2.90/kg with a bit of weight a little less, but heavier than the heifers Bulls picked up for the price.

Some of the higher bull prices in Ennis have included a 400kg Limousin sold for €1,160 (€2.90/kg) Charolais 380 kg was sold for €1,085 (€2.86/kg) 280kg Charolais sold for € 800 (€2.86/kg) and in Limousin 290kg sold for €840 (€2.89/kg).

In heifers 227kg and Limousin sold for €660 (€2.90/kg) Charolais 460kg sold for €1,100 (€2.39/kg) and Continentals, and Hereford x 375kg sold for €730 (€1.95/kg).

There was a little more than 100 calves in the next Thursday evening sale in Mountrath Mart, where the Manager is Glenn Cooper said “the Bulls sold very well, but the demand is not so good for Chicks”.

“It was mostly bought by farmers, but we’ll have exporters in the EU (estimates) Themis sale 16 August,” he added.

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“We see the strongest demand this year for the Bulls on the scales, which are suitable for a rapid end and they make the best prices.”

In Charolais heifers 495 kg sold for €1,230 (€2.48 kg) 495 kg for a Limousin sold for €1,200 (€2,42 kg) and 275kg Limousin sold for €750 (€2.73 kg).

At the regular weekly sale in mid Tipp Mart in Thurles, weanling Bulls ranged from €2.58/kg for continental Bulls €1.66/kg for Angus. There was a small entry of weaned heifers.

In the North-West, the season starts Themis sale in Roscommon Mart with a special evening show and sale today, judging by 3.30 pm and the sale at 5 PM.

In the South-West, Averag March in the town of caherciveen., the district will receive season Themis with their celebratory 30th anniversary sale Tuesday, August 14.

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