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Here's some recent member supplied data...


It was a fantastic trade at Newark Livestock Market on 12th April 2017 - with Bazadaise cattle taking many top honours

Newark sale report here

£1775.12 for a 729kgs Baz bull
and £1748.35 for one at 730kg

203.5p per kilo for OTM Baz heifer
234.5p for prime Bazadaise heifers

 

A great result for Bazadaise and well done to both vendors!

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Melton Mowbray vendor, Marcus Smith, (Edmarc Herd) sold Bazadaise bulls and heifers as follows:

Prime Bazadaise Bulls 
729kgs and £1775.12
730kgs and £1748.35
648kgs and £1610.28
636kgs and £1580.46
599 kgs and £1482.53
599 kgs and £1476.54
OTM heifers 576 kgs 203.5p/kg £1172.16
RG and JRH Holmes sold heifers to 234.5p/kg 517 kgs and £1212.37

 

Mark Peters from Ringmer, East Sussex has had success with March and April 2015 born Bazadaise calves. Out of Blue x Friesians sired by Bazadaise bulls.  Sold from £680 to £815.

See the Hailsham Market Store Catte Sale Report from 26th October 2015 here

Willie Crawford, Macford Herd sends us the abattoir data for these 2 young pure Bazadaise bulls sent to ABP Perth on
1st July 2015
15months U+2 406.1kg 380ppkg
15months E-2 414.4kg 380ppkg
25th November 2014......
12 and 13 months
Grade: U+2- and U+2+ (automatic)
Net Wt: 380.2 kg and 382.6 kg
Value: £1453.88 and £1475.18

 

Sale of Pure and Cross Bazadaise Cattle, held at Newark Livestock Market on 18th April 2015.
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New member, Mark Leighton, Briarhill Farm, Ightfield, Shropshire  (Briarhill Herd)  had success at Market Drayton Show and Sale on Wednesday 3rd December 2014 with some of their Bazadaise x steers, one of which which made £1311.0 and £2.30 pence per kilo  and another made £2.19 pence per per kilo

Market Report here

Gill Smith (Edmarc Herd) tells us they had top priced barren cow at Newark (w/c 12 May 2014) 166.5p per kilo which came to £1275.39 and also an 8 year old barren cow made £1383.21
She also remarks that they have weighed some heifers sold on the deadweight, which were mainly crossbreds, and they averaged 61% killing out.
 
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