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March roundup price: latest price from newsstands across the country
Manager Maurice Brosnan said that many cattle were being moved earlier this year, last year, with the number of its recent sales to 30 this time. Good cattle “wild trade” from €2.40/kg on average for more than 550 kg Bullock as buyers feedlots in North and South hanging out.
However, light dairy cross Angus, Hereford and Friesian stock found will be tough.
“There are not a lot of people buy these easy 350-400kg kinds of dairy products,” said Maurice. The demand for heavy continental cows from buyers of the factory saw the better type selling from €2.10-2.15/kg.
Glen Cooper said “a good trade for good cattle” with the “feeding the bull” from 400-500kgs seeing an average range from €2.40-2.70/kg with a top of the POPs with that weight, making from €2.80-3.17./kg. What are the top call EUR 3.17/kg 410kg went to the Belgian Blue.
On the Frisian side, black-and-white from 300-600 kg for sale from €1.30-1.50/kg. the heifer Trade saw the share of nice prices especially in the 300-400kg section including 395kg Charolais, who pulled €2.65/kg. of inferior quality heifers was a difficult trade.
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Was a similar story with John O’hanlon also reports that “a good cattle a good trade,” while in Mountrath the quality of light chick found very hard. 500-600kg bullock average of €2.24/kg to 600+ animals at an average of €2.21/kg.
Among the choicer prices were two 639kg Charolais, which amounted to €2.58/kg. Average side chick saw 300-400kg earn €2.20/kg 400-500 kg €2.16/kg and 600kg+ heifers average of €2.12/kg.
Big sale with a good trade for all classes was the history of the store and beef cattle leads. Hereford and Angus Calves, beef is sold from €600-1,040/HD €/kg whereas the weight of the store ranged from €300-840/HD with their weight.
Heavy Friesian Bullocks sold from €380-605/HD more Euro/kg, while light friezes made from €100-300/HD €/kg beef cows was a leaflet with prices starting from €460-790/HD weight when feeding cows selling from €/kg to 425/HD with their weight.
Moving 365km North-West of new Ross in Rafa, we also find a Mart with an increasing number and strong trade for beef and forward type of animals. Price range here saw bullocks sell from €2.00-2.60/kg with heifers from €2.10-2.80/kg.
Themis the bulls from €1.90-2.60/kg, while the fat cow market saw prices from €600-1,785 and HD. The only negative, and it’s more or less a nationwide trend at this stage is that it is easier simple cattle was difficult.
There were large numbers, but trade remained strong for the benefit of animals. Some of the best examples of prices on the side chick saw 545kg Charolais x will make €2.32/kg, followed 445kg Limousin €2.57/kg, while the Piedmontese 345kg x amounted to €2.58/kg. For the bull side you have a 565kg Charolais striking the ball for €2.27/kg, and for €2.27/kg 455kg Aberdeen Angus was not found wanting.
Best prices among the bull calves went to 284kg Charolais who clicked €2.76/kg culled cow side of the high price of €2.10/kg went for a 630kg Limousin.
Not all of this part of the world went to croke Park on Saturday in advance of Sunday’s all Ireland, quite hardy bucks were at ringside here to drive prices for Taurus on top of the €2.66/kg.
do not give up hope. Best prices among heifers was €1,310 paid 550 kg Charolais.