J36 Crooklands Livestock Auction: J36 Store Lambs Sale - Thursday 22nd October

Trade remains buoyant at NWA J36 today with a quality entry of 4616 store lambs. Topping the market was Low Moor Howe with Texel lambs selling to £100 with other noted prices for Beltex lambs from A Prickett selling to £91 twice and a pen full of Beltex x lambs from WI Barrow & Son, Broughton in Furness selling to £88. Suffolk lambs sold to £81.50 from JR Robinson & Son, Nook with others selling to £80 from R & BJ Cleasby, Broughton in Furness.

There were plenty of pens of short term keep lambs selling into the mid to late 70s, with medium term Continental lambs continuing to sell well into the 70s.

Upland lambs saw Cheviots sell to £83.50 from W Stamper, Chipping with others from the same home selling to £78.50. Mule lambs were a sharper trade on the fortnight with a top of £78 from RI Dixon, Low Newton with others to £75 from RM & D Dixon, Longsleddale. There were plenty of strong Mule lambs selling to the mid 60s. A pen of 40 Masham lambs from W & J Penny, Kirkby in Furness sold to £79.50. Horned lambs continue to sell to a very good trade with Rough Fells topping this section at £69 from TLB & J Knowles, with plenty of pens of Rough Fell lambs selling into the £60 mark.

Swaledale lambs were a sharper trade on the fortnight with a top of £51.50 from Messrs Hodgson, High Borrans with others selling to £50.50 from RA Walton, Torver. Herdwick lambs were keenly bid for with a top of £63.50 from S Procter, Selside with other Herdwick lambs to £57 from TE Booth, Kentmere.

Top Prices

TEXEL: £100 High House, £91 Farleton House, £88 Jackson Ground, £86.50 High Wray Farm, £83 Howe Nook, £81 Sunny Bank, High Biggarsbank. BELTEX: £91 Farleton House, £90 Helm Croft, £71.50 Farleton House, £66 High Borrans Farm. CHAROLLAIS: £89.50 Helm Croft, £74.50 Corney Hill Farm, £70 Beech House, £68.50, £65.50 Fell House, £65 Green Bank Farm. CHEVIOT: £83.50, £78.50 Coldcotes Farm, £75.50 Ashstead, £74 Low Newton Farm, £72.50 Coldcotes Farm. SUFFOLK: £81.50 Hollins Farm, £80 Lower Hawthwaite, £76 Haverbrack Cottage, £75 Sunny Brow, £73.50 Bull Bank Fam, £72.50 Hyning Holme Farm Cottages. MASHAM: £79.50 Marsh Grange Farm, £48 Steps Farm. MULE: £78 Low Newton Farm, £75 Well Foot, £73.50 Middle Sadghyll, £71.50 Low Moor Head Farm, £71 High Carlingill, Longwell. CONTINENTAL: £77.50 High House Farm, £65.50 Marsh House Farm, £65 Crooklands Brow, High House Farm, £64 Higher Salter, £60 High Borrans Farm. ZWARTABLE: £69.50 Templand Farm, £69 Castle Syke Farm. ROUGH FELL: £69 High Borrowbridge, £55.50 Manor Court, £52 Borrow Bridge House, Westfell View, £51 Manor Court. HORNED: £63.50 Hall Drive, £58 Fairview House, £54.50 High Salter, £50 Hopestead, £43 Hall Drive, £42 Low Haygarth Farm. HERDWICK: £63.50 High Biggarsbank, £57 Hartrigg, £44 Becknook, Hartrigg, £42 Becknook, £40 Middle Fell. SCOTTISH BLACKFACE: £53.50, £42.50 Audlands Park. BLUEFACE LEICESTER: £53 Farleton House. SWALEDALE: £51.50 High Borrans Farm, £50.50 Stable Harvey, £50 Thorn Cottage, £49.50 Ellergill, £49 Thwaite Farm, £47.50 Yore House. JACOB: £37 Wall End Farm, Castle Green Lane.

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Show Results

Class 1 – 20 Continental/Suffolk Lambs
1st- Low Moor House £77.50
2nd – BJ Bowness £78
3rd – J & R Bell £75

Class 2 – 20 Mule or Masham Lambs
1st – RI Dixon £78
2nd - JA & CA Gibson £71
3rd JA & CA Gibson £71

Class 3 - 20 Horned or Herdwick Lambs
1st - TLB & J Knowles £69
2nd - MP & HM York £49

Class 4 – 20 Cheviot Lambs
1st - W Stamper £78.50
2nd - JE Atkinson £63

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