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Beef Shorthorn Spring Sale Report - April 28th 2018

Females led the way at the Spring Sale with six of the eight females on offer selling through the ring brought the average to 2516 euro up 1000e on 2017, an 80% clearnance rate. The top priced heifer on the day Rowanberry Lacey bred by Shane & Frances Brigdale from Ennis sold for 3200e to a Clare Breeder. Lacey was home bred out of Ro ...
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Spring Sale April 28th 2018 - Catalogue

Please find a catalogue of entries for the upcoming Beef Shorthorn Sale in Roscommon Mart on Saturday April 28th. Show starts at 10am and Sale at 12 noon.

Shorthorn Spring Sale Catalogue 2018 ...
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Breed Journal 2017

Please find a link to a copy of both the covers and main body of the latest Breed Journal below:

http://irishshorthorn.com/pdf/irishshorthorn-journal-2018-03-16.pdf
 

Journal Cover & Back page – Final edit 06.03.18 ...
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Beef Shorthorn sires for 2018

Please find details of a recent publication on new Beef Sires for 2018:

Beef Sires 4 page
 

With regard to the Gene Ireland Maternal Beef Program:

Please note that the Gene Ireland bull – Castlehaven Rocky SH4376 has completely sold out in record time. All 500 straws sold out ...
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Premier Sale Report November 11th 2017

A great crowd descended on Roscommon Mart on Saturday November 11th for the Society’s annual Premier Sale. From early morning there was a buzz with strong interest in the show which started just before 10a.m. Kieran Flatley gave a commentary on the animals as they paraded around the ring. The Judge David Alexander from Ballymena, ow ...
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