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It has started for this season!
De eerste lammeren van het seizoen zijn geboren! Afgelopen week heeft Ortum K24 twee mooie ramlammeren van Bentley Jabulani op de wereld gezet. Ortum J41 heeft dit jaar een knots van een ooilam geproduceerd. Lammeren allemaal zelf geboren en lekker actief.
Ik was wat verrast omdat ik de lammeren pas iets voor het nieuwe jaar verwachtte. Het is dus begonnen!
Here’s a full run down of the best prices from today’s Suffolk sale. Leading the prices at 6000gns twice was Robbie Wilson.
First to make this money was a shearling ewe, FNV L149, this is by Strathbeg Stan the Man and out of a dam by Glenho Gurka which is ET sister to last year’s Balmoral interbreed champion, she sold carrying a pair to Cairness Kaos. Buying this one was Mary Cornish, Devon.
Second to go at this money was the only ewe lamb forward from Robbie, FNV N39. This one is by Glenhead Golden Phoenix and out of a Strathisla Kingsway daughter. She is ET sister to Strathisla Dead Lucky and he dam was sold for 8500gns last year. Having stood first at this year’s Royal Highland Show she sold to Norman Robinson, Northern Ireland.Then making 5100gns was another from Robbie, a shearling by Strathisla Stoner and out of a dam by Glenhead the McCoy. She sold carrying triplets to Strathisla Sea Bird and is ET sister to last year’s reserve champion at Shrewsbury. This one was bought by L F Dunn, Muir of Ord.Following that at 3600gns was yet another of the Strathisla shearlings, this time a Stan the Man daughter, FNV L15. She is out of a Kingsway daughter and sold with twins to Strathisla Speed and was bought by Ross Lawrence.A 3100gns bid saw Robbie re-invest some of his earlier takings in a ewe lamb from the Meikleson dispersal of the Benzie family. This was for Strathisla Sea Bird daughter DZA N15. Out of a dam by Cairness Warlord, she was reserve breed champion at this year’s Turriff Show.
Selling at 2800gns was a Cairness Star Flyer-sired ewe from the Benzies. This one DZA K70 is out of a Muiresk Rainbow Quest-sired dam and sold in lamb to Strathisla Sea Bird. She was bought by an undisclosed buyer believed to be a high profile Aberdeenshire-based flock.
Making 2600gns was another shearling from Strathisla FNV L29, a Strathisla Schumacher daughter out of a dam by Kingsway and in lamb to Cairness Kaos and scanned carrying a pair. This one also went to Mr Dunn.
A pair then sold at 2400gns, with the first being a Strathisla ET bred shearling by Stan the Man and out of a dam by Kingsway. This one, FNV L101, was sold carrying a single to Speed and is ET sister to Sea Bird, Savoy, Bejing and Shadrach. This one went to Graeme Christie, Aberdeenshire.
The other at this price was a ewe lamb from the Meikleson dispersal. This was DZA N10, a Sea Bird daughter out of a dam by Glenhead Glint O Gold. She went to the Egglestone family, Leicestershire.
Then at 2100gns was FNV L153, again from Robbie’s run. This one is a Lakeview Leeroy daughter out of a dam by Strathisla Schumacher and carrying twins to Strathisla Sea Bird. She went to Ashley Bothwell. After that was one at 2000gns, this was a Strathisla shearling by Leeroy and out of a Deveronside the Messiah daughter. Carrying a pair to Sea Bird, she goes back to Fordafourie Rio.
Selling for 1950gns was the last of the Meikleson ewe lambs, a March-born Strathisla Speed daughter daughter out of a Roseden Rock Star daughter. She sold to Gary Owen, Wales. Close behind at 1900gns was another of the Benzie’s ewe lambs, a Sea Bird daughter out of a dam by Rock Star, she went to Mr Barnetson and Son.
It was back to the Strathisla shearlings for the first of two 1800gns calls, with this price paid for a Strathisla Speed daughter FNV L120. She is out of a dam by Bawnogue Blazing Star and is full sister to 10,000gns Strathisla Obama. Buying this one was Mr Dunn.
This one sold in-lamb with twins to Cairness Kaos. The second transaction at this money came for another of the Benzies’ ewe lambs, DZA N12, she is by Sea Bird and out of a dam by Cairness Ninety Nine. She was bought by Patrick Machray.
At 1600gns was yet another of the Strathisla shearlings, FNV L89, again by Speed this one is out of a dam by Strathisla Shirocco and sold in-lamb to Sea Bird with twins. This one headed home with Mr Dunn. Selling at 1550gns was another of the Meiklson shearlings, this time a Cairness Ninety Nine daughter out of a dam by Conveth Marci Marvellous. She was sold in-lamb to Sea Bird and was bought by Mr Warren.
Averages; Innfield 20 ewes £727.65, 26 shearlings £632.42, 13 ewe lambs £354.58; Meikleson 23 ewes £754.17, two shearling ewes £693, 22 ewe lambs £946.43; Strathisla 33 shearling ewes £1596.95, one ewe lamb £6300 (Harrison and Hetherington).
I’ve now got a full report from Saturday’s Suffolk sale at Carlisle, so here is an updated account of the trade.
Selling for the day’s top price of 12,000gns was a shearling ewe from Jimmy Douglas’ Cairness flock. This one is an ET sister to both Cairness Achievement and 65,000gns Cairness Castello. This one, 33H L70, is by Cairness Just the Best and out of a dam by Muiresk Zidane. She sold in-lamb to Cairness Liam and heads to Eire to Dan Tynan, Doon, Montraith. Mr Tynan’s livestock enterprises are of course managed by Pat Greaney, formerly farm manager for Tom Bailey.
At 6000gns was a ewe lamb from John Sinnett’s Stockton flock, 72H N122, she is sired by Morris Les and out of a dam by Cairness Impact. This one sold in a two way split, with Jimmy Douglas and Dan Tynan each taking a half share in her.
A pair from Cairness then sold at 2000gns, with the first being the first of Jimmy Douglas’ shearlings, 33H L65. Sired by Cairness Almighty the Second and out of a dam by Crosemanor Commandeur which was bred in the Glenisla flock of the late Gordon Wilson, she was sold in lamb to Cairness Caeus. She was bought by J and L Scott, Maud, Peterhead.
The other at this price was 33h L56, an ET bred daughter of Cairness Cold Play out of an 11,000gns Muiresk bred dam by Muiresk Manat. She was also sold in lamb to Caeus. Buying this one was E Williams, Penmynydd, Llanfairpwll.
Next best from Cairness was a 1900gns sale for a one-crop ewe by Cairness Just the Best, 33H K53. She is ET bred out of an 11,000gns Laurelbank ewe by Collessie Cut Above and sold in lamb to Cairness Achievement. She went to Oliver Dean, Co Kildaire.
Then at 1800gns was an ET bred daughter of Muiresk King of Diamonds out of a dam by Cairness Cellnet. She was in lamb to Cairness Caeus and went to D Jones, Thurstonfield, Carlisle.
At the same money was another ewe lamb from Stockton, 72H N6. She is by Rhaedr Radar and out of a dam by Stockton Eric. Buying this one was Michael Waycott, Ashburton, Devon. And also at this price was the top prices lot from the Wells flock dispersal for the Sleigh family. This was a ewe lamb by Whitestone Warrior and out of a dam by Glenho Royal Edition. She headed back to Aberdeenshire with Jimmy Douglas.
Averages; Cairness 31 ewes £1005.63, 30 shearling ewes £1276.45; Stockton 17 ewes £599.74, six shearling ewes £920.50, 16 ewe lambs £1171.41; Wells 25 ewes £602.70, 11 shearling ewes £683.45, eight ewe lambs £543.38, Hazeltree five ewes £457.80, 10 shearling ewes £559.65 (Harrison and Hetherington with United Auctions).
Het seizoen voor de ooien veiling staat voor de deur. Hierbij een lijstje van de aangekondigde veilingen
Saturday 30th October
The annual production sale for G Beacom (Lakeview) and S&W Tait (Burnview) will be held at Dungannon mart. The sale starts at 1.30pm and will include 74 in lamb ewes and 8 ewe lambs.
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Saturday 30th October
Dispersal sale of Manorhouse and Craven Flocks for David and John Calvert at Skipton mart. The sale will include 67 ewes, gimmers and ewe lambs. Four rams and two ram lambs will also be sold. Contact 07831485590 or 01829262120 for more information.
Monday 1st November
The annual in lamb female sale for the NI Branch will be held at Ballymena mart. The sale will start at 7pm and will include 101 in lamb ewes and ewe lambs. Contact R McMullan +44 (0) 7703209945 for more information.
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Friday 5th November
Collective in lamb Suffolk sale at Carlisle mart.
Saturday 6th November
Collective sale of 80 in lamb ewes from A&S O’Keeffe (Annakisha and Clyda Flocks), S&S Gahan (Barrowlands), A&R Wilson (Castleisle and Shannagh Flocks) and A Collins (Cragroe). The sale will be held at Blessington mart starting at 12.30pm. Contact Jim Gahan for more information +353 (0) 87 6356808
Saturday 6th November
Annual Beeston Female Sale.
SUFFOLK SHEEP : THE 9th “WRIGHT MANLEY AUTUMN COLLECTION” Show & Sale of In-lamb Ewes and Gimmers and Ewe Lambs at Beeston Castle Auction, Nr Tarporley, Cheshire. (Sponsored by Farmers Guardian) Address: CW6 9NZ
De eerste verkoop werd in Kelso gehouden in de Knowes (nu een parkeergarage) en wel in 1836 toen er een vereniging werd opgericht die optrad als scheidsrechter bij prive-verkopen. De eerste echte veiling werd in 1838 gehouden toen 120 rammen werden aangeboden tegen prijzen variërend van drie tot zes pond per stuk.
De volgende belangrijke datum was 1850 toen er een spoorlijn naar Kelso kwam, waarmee de weg voor “flockmasters” uit de regio werd geopend om op de Sales hun dieren te verkopen. In 1851 werden al 652 rammen aangeboden. In 1993 werd een omzet gerealiseerd van meer dan 2 miljoen pond. De aantallen zijn sinds 1999 geëgaliseerd toen er meer dan 600 rammen werden verkocht.
Er zijn tussen de vijf en zeshonderd afzenders uit alle hoeken van het Verenigd Koninkrijk en Ierland. In de laatste paar jaar zijn er ook rammen uitgevoerd naar Nederland, Duitsland en Ierland. Het is met recht de grootste en meest bekende rammenveiling in de wereld.
Ieder jaar worden er ook een heel aantal suffolkrammen aangeboden van de beste fokkerijen uit het Verenigd Konikrijk. Dit jaar is er aanbod van Sitlow, Strathisla, Essie, Cairness, Roseden, Drinkstone, Solwaybank en vele anderen.
De lijst van inzenders en hun dieren vindt u hier
Vandaag heb ik mijn behandelgang afgebouwd als onderdeel van de nieuwe mestopslag.
Al een paar weken ben ik doende om de mestopslag te bouwen. Die is nu bijna klaar, zodat we voldoen aan de regels voor de opslag van mest en groenafval. Ik bedacht me echter dat de muurtjes van de betonprofielen zich prachtig lenen voor het maken van en permanente behandelgang.
Meestal bouw ik er een uit losse hekjes om zo de schapen makkelijk te kunnen ontwormen, wegen, sorteren en bekappen.
Een permanente faciliteit is natuurlijk veel makkelijker. De behandelgang is ook voorzien van een sorteerpoortje zodat schapen eenvoudig verdeeld kunnen worden in twee groepen.
Zie hier het resultaat en een filmpje hoe eenvoudig het in de praktijk werkt.
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By Jonathan Long and Suffolk Sheep Society.
The 2010 Edinburgh sale had a 69% clearance rate. This year’s sale grossed £235,384 and averaged £1,929.38 for 122 ram lambs sold. 20,000gns was the top price paid to S Buckley’s, Sitlow flock, for a Cairness Carbon son who had stood reserve the previous day. R Wilson, Strathisla, who judged this year’s sale was the final bidder with a third going to CA Proctor’s Conveth flock. Sitlow had the highest average of the day of £6,720 for four lambs sold.
The second highest price of 18,000gns was paid by the Robinson family from N Ireland for a Strathisla Sea Bird son. This was the first lamb in a pen of nine from R Wilson. The Strathisla flock went on to average £4,635.
S&W Tait had the third highest average on the day of £3,754 for five lambs sold. The Burnview flock had a top call of 6,000gns selling to Mrs RH Goldie’s Harpercroft flock.
JG Douglas had won the overall Champion by a lamb from the 1st place group of three. This lamb by Baileys Bacchus was sold for 5,000gn. However, it was the Cairness lamb by Fyvie Classic that had been placed third in the single ram class that obtained their highest price of 10,000gns. Overall J Douglas ended the day to average £3,022 for nine lambs sold.
The Rhaeadr flock of M Evans from Wales received the third highest price of 12,000gns from the Barbour family from Annan. This ram lamb is a son of Baileys BMW who has won the Royal Highland and Royal Welsh shows in 2010. This was the icing on the cake for Myfyr who had a complete clearance of his eight lambs to average £3,137.
The fifth highest price of 9,000gns was paid to CA Proctor and Co. The Conveth flock ended the day with an average of £2,373 for five lambs sold.
Mark Priestley, Limestone flock, received 7,000gns for a Strathisla Stoner son selling to B Nicholson.
The Middlemuir flock of Pat Machray received a top call of 5,00gns for a Cairness Stockbroker son. Pat had one of his best days to go home with an average of £2,153 for his three lambs sold.
K&L Mair, Deveronside had a top price of 6,000gns for a Strathisla Sea Bird son. This well fleshed lamb was finally knocked down in a joint purchase to C Holmes, Rookery flock and M Weaver, Perrinpit flock. The Rookery flock also paid 5,500gns for an outstanding lamb from A Knox, Haddo flock
Last week’s sale of Suffolk ram lambs at Edinburgh failed to produce the sparky trade of previous years, with the average falling by more than £200 on the year and 30 fewer lambs finding new homes.
Traditionally the dearest sale for the breed, this year it only managed a top price of 20,000gns, some 6000gns short of the best achieved at the previous week’s National sale at Shrewsbury, with a number of the best prices paid by flockmasters dispersing their flocks later this year.
Taking the top call was the reserve champion from the pre-sale show, a Cairn ess Carbon son out of a dam by Strathisla Sinatra, which was also dam of last year’s champion from Shrewsbury. Bred by Steven and Louise Buckley, Derbyshire, this one was bought in a two way split by the event’s judge Robbie Wilson and Charles and Kevin Proctor.
Next best was an 18,000gns bid for the best from Mr Wilson’s own Strathisla flock. This was a son of last year’s Edinburgh champion Strathisla Sea Bird and is out of a dam by Glenho Gurka, which is herself full sister to 48,000gns sire Strathisla Dylan Thomas. Buying this one were Northern Irish breeders Alfred and Norman Robinson, Co Down.
And then at 12,000gns was the best of the day from Myfyr Evans Rhaeadr flock, Denbigh. Taking this price was a son of this year’s Reserve interbreed from the Royal Highland, Baileys BMW. Out of a ewe by Cairness First Flight, he was knocked down to Iain Barbour for his Solwaybank flock, Annan.
Then, making 10,000gns was Jimmy Douglas with a lamb from his Cairness offering. This one, a Fyvie Classic son is out of a dam by Cragoe Craftsman. The only lamb by Classic this year, he sold to a brace of buyers, H P Sleigh and Sons for their Wells flock which will be dispersed later this year and Gordon Troup for his Whitestone flock.
Selling at 9000gns was a Cairness Achievement son from the Proctor family’s Conveth flock. This triplet lamb is out of a dam by Castlewellan Nutcracker and sold with an index of 2.23. Taking this one home were a duo of Northumbrian buyers, Hugh Annett and Sons, Morpeth and Colin Campbell and Sons, Alnwick.
Following that sale at 7000gns was the top sale for Northern Irish consignor Mark Priestley of the Limestone flock. His best was a Strathisla Stoner sired lamb ET bred out of a dam by Castlewellan Tonto which has bred lambs to 7500gns previously. This one sold to Shetland-based Bryden Nicholson for his Innfield flock, another flock due to be dispersed later in the year.
Two then sold at the next best price of 6000gns with the first being a Baileys Headstart son out of a dam by Burnview Beamer from Willie Tait. Selling with an index of 3.28, he was first prize ram lamb at Balmoral show and sold to Helen Goldie, Dundonald.
The second at this money was a son of Strathisla Sea Bird from Barclay and Lucy Mair, Turriff. He is out of a dam by Meikleson Impression and was bought by Chris Holmes for the Rookery flock.
Champion was a Baileys Bacchus sired lamb from Jimmy Douglas out of a dam by Cairness Renovator which is in turn out of a Glenisla ewe bred in the late Gordon Wilson’s flock.
Average; 122 ram lambs £1929.38 (Lawrie and Symington).
Second top price came from the best of the shearling gimmers. At 2400gns I Barbour, Annan, Dumfriesshire, bought a ewe by Conveth Kolossos out of a homebred ewe by Pennan Playboy going back to Glenho Morning Glory.
This ewe has stood first prize at the Border Club Show this year.
Next at 1750gns was another of the shearling gimmers, this time a single-born daughter of Sitlow Centurion. Out of a homebred ewe by Flodden Braveheart, this gimmer stood first as a ewe lamb at the Border Club Show last year and second as a gimmer this year. Buyer was E Wilkie, Lockerbie, Dumfriesshire.
And at 1500gns was yet another gimmer, a single-born ewe by Conveth Kolosson out of a dam by Flodden Braveheart going back to Glenisla Ivanhoe. This one was knocked down to M W Waycott, Ashburthon, Devon.
Leading trade in the older ewes at 1450gns was the homebred 2007 born ewe by Kings Romeo out of a homebred ewe by Glenho Morning Glory. Buyer here was Carnwath, South Lanarkshire-based J J Tooze.
Pick of the ram lambs was an embryo-bred lamb by the flock’s stock tup Rookery Reiver out of a homebred ewe by Pennan Playboy. This one sold at 1250gns to I Spedding, Bishop Aukland, County Durham.
Averages: 84 ewes £431.88; 39 shearling gimmers £669.31; 54 ewe lambs £315.19; 2 stock rams £1706.25; 16 ram lambs £600.47 (Harrison and Hetherington).