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Ewebank Eurostorm is here!

Today our new ram Ewebank Eurostorm arrived at our farm. I am quite pleased with him. Let’s hope he brings us some good lambs.

New Stock Ram at Specop: Ewebank Eurostorm (JOD:11:021)

I am very happy to let you know I had the opportunity to privately buy from Judith and Iain Barbour ramlamb Ewebank JOD:11:021.

His sire is Rhaeadr Rastafari and his dam JOD:K9. She is out of JOD:F17, one of the best stock ewes of teh Barbours. She is an ET sister of Ewebank Kelso Star. Sold for 5000 gns at Kelso ’08. This family is doing well over recent years in the Barbours flock. JOD:F17 is an ET sister of Ewebank Armani and also from JOD: F16 (Royal show breed and reserve interbreed champion 2007 and Supreme champion Great Yorkshire show) and also from  JOD: F15.

Stock ram at Solwaybank and Ewebank purchased at Northern Area Suffolk Sheep Sale, Edinburgh Lot 138 sold for 12000gns

Top priced Suffolk ram at Kelso 2008 sold to Nathan Tiffan for £5000. A son of Baileys Bugatti out of JOD/ F17 sired by Glenisla Grimaldi.

Suffolks at Shrewsbury top at 10,000gns (Taking Stock)

Suffolk breeders enjoyed another strong trade at their annual fixture at Shrewsbury last Saturday, when the top price was once again a five figure deal for a Strathisla entry from Robbie Wilson.However, this one was nearly one fifth of his Edinburgh topping bid of 48,000gns, with the hammer dropping at 10,000gns. Buyers for this lamb, a Glenho Gurka son out of a ewe by Glenhead the McCoy which had stood champion in the pre-sale show under judge John Elliot, were the Stuart family, Davishill.

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Next top call was a 6000gns bid for a lamb from another leading Aberdeenshire breeder, Jimmy Douglas, Cairness.

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His pen topper was the reserve champion from the show, a Glenhead Grandmaster son out of a dam by Stockton Sky’s The Limit and with an index of 2.8 and sold to D Cranstone. His mother was top priced ewe lamb at Geoff Biddulph’s Pexhill production sale in 2005.

Next among the high prices was the highest indexed Suffolk lamb in the UK this year, a Drinkstone sheep with a bumper index of 6.16 from Arnold and John Park. Sired by Ortum Supersire, this entry was bought by Lilburn Estate Farming Partnership, for 5200gns who last year bought the Walton family’s Roseden flock.

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Another Strathisla lamb followed closely on this one’s heel’s, selling for 5000gns to G and J Soulsby, Cumbria. Their choice was sired by Strathisla Schumacher, sire of Mr Wilson’s Edinburgh topper and bred from a ewe by Glenhead McCoy.

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In at 4500gns for a full brother to the champion were the Gould’s, Buxton, Derbyshire. This lamb had taken third prize in the sale’s newly established gigot class for Mr Wilson.

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Also changing hands at this money was the top priced Perrinpit lamb from Roger and Michael Weaver. Buyer this time was Judith Barbour, Ewebank who took home this one by Solwaybank Ranger, bred in her brother Ian’s flock.

Carrying an index of 4.42, the next highest bid of 4000gns came for Tom Cox’s leading entry from his Tomcroft flock. This lamb is by homebred sire Tomcroft Persuader and out of a homebred dam by Muiresk Adrenaline. He sold to Tom and Charles Harding’s Bentley flock and John Key of Sheffield.

Having been a dominant force at last week’s Edinburgh sale, Irish property developer Tom Bailey made a four figure sale at 3500gns for his leading tup. Buyers on this occaission were Lilburn Estates again, taking home a Rhaeadr Rossi son out of a ewe by Bawnogue Hercules with a below breed average index of 1.04.

Average 149 ram lambs £1037.95 Auctioneers John Swan, Straker Chadwick and Halls.

Suffolks at Shrewsbury top at 10,000gns (Taking Stock)