Dairy Report 17th May

There was some tremendous quality on offer in the May Pedigree Sale at Leek which included the first consignment of 21 Milkers from Phillip & Jean Brocklehurst of Mobberley, commencing his herd dispersal. Trade was on fire from start to finish for all qualities.

The Brocklehursts run of cows were much admired by all purchasers who really came out fighting. Of the 21, 8 passed the £2000 mark peaking at £2820 to average out at a superb £1938 (Pictured Below)

Topping the entry was a ABS Eldridge daughter, Woolrow Eldridge Baby. Fresh with her second she was giving a massive 51.6kg and went to a local purchaser.

Another fresh second calver by Cal-Roy-Al Yoda, Woolrow Yoda Kit reached £2400. Giving 51.5kg she went to J Moss of Rushton Spencer. Three further second calvers all went on to make £2340.

A very pretty heifer from the Sutton family of Astbury reached £2340. By Our-Favourite Vc Mafia ET, she was giving 35kg.

A fantastic pedigree Limousin stock bull from the Saltbrook Herd of Messrs Harris reached £4000.

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TUESDAY 24TH MAY

On behalf of J S Harrison, New Close Fields Farm, Cheadle, S-O-T, Staffs

47 HOLSTEINS

Being the Dispersal of the Entire Newclose Herd, Comp 42 Cows & Heifers In-milk & In-calf 7 5 Calves. Cubicles & Herringbone, Herd Av: 7578kg 4.12%F 3.43%P cc56.

Big strong milky cows averaging 29.3kg daily. Well worth a look!

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TUESDAY 31ST MAY 2022

Dispersal Sale of the Entire Milking Herd (111 Head) of the Shieldhouse Herd of Holsteins & A-Sheildhouse Herd of Ayrshires on behalf of Messrs Weston, Shield House Farm, Roston, Ashbourne, Derbys. (A hidden Gem of a Herd, one not to miss!)

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