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Sale Suffolk ooien in Carlisle: prijzen tot 5000 gns

Suffolk females sold to a top call of 5000gns at Carlilse yesterday, with the top price paid by Robbie Wilson, Strathisla, for a ewe lamb from Mark Evans’ Jubilee flock.

This one is by Strathisla Shirocco and out of a dam by Didcot Dominator which goes back to Stockton Select.

Jubilee 5000g L75 x2.jpgThen at 2600gns was a ewe from Jimmy Douglas by Cairness Renovator, this one is out of a Mullanboy Mohammed daughter and sold in lamb to 20,000gns Cairness Achievement. She was bought by R More, Caithness.

And making 1400gns was another from Cairness, this time a Meikleson Impression daughter out of a dam by Fordafourie President. With a female line back to Cairness Gold Dust, she is also in lamb to Achievement and sold to Beacom Farms, Dumfriesshire.

Just short of that marrk at 1200gns was a Westcarse First Glance daughter from Cairness. This is out of a dam by Cairness Save the Day and again in lamb to Achievement, she was bought by David Inman, Melton Mowbray.

The only other bid above 1000gns came when Michael Waycott, Ashburton. paid 1050gns for a Strathisla Shirocco daughter from Mark Evans. This ewe lamb is out of a dam by Everton Forever and going back to Didcot Dominator.

Suffolk shearling ewe lifts Newark sheep title (Taking Stock)

A Suffolk shearling ewe from David and Julie Inman clinched the interbreed sheep championship yesterday under judge Chris Holmes, Worcester.


The ewe is a daughter of a ewe gifted by the Inman’s to their grandson Tom on his birth three years ago and is by a Santon sire and out of a ewe by Solwaybank Ranger. She previously stood breed champion at last week’s Leicester Show.

Standing reserve to the Suffolk was the Charollais champion a ewe lamb from Percy Tait. This one is homebred and by Dogtanion a tup bought from Debbie Marwood.

Jennifer Atkinson and David Smith’s team of three Hampshire Downs took the interbreed group award, with Mr Tait again taking second spot with the Charollais.

Suffolk shearling ewe lifts Newark sheep title (Taking Stock)