Limousin bulls normal over £3,200 during Welsh sale

Limousin bulls normal over £3,200 during Welsh saleLimousin bulls normal over £3,200 during Welsh sale

Malthouse Paddy. Image source: British Limousin Cattle Society

The British Limousin Cattle Society hosted a autumn masculine and womanlike sale during Brecon Livestock Market final Saturday (November 14).

Commenting on a direct for bulls, a multitude orator stated: “There was a unequivocally penetrating seductiveness from blurb and extraction breeders alike.”

The womanlike trade was aided by a tiny numbers benefaction on a day, that led to a “strong demand” from buyers.

Malthouse Paddy

Topping a sale was a April-2019 innate bull, Malthouse Paddy (pictured above), who was exhibited by a Roberts family from St. Melons, Cardiff. Paddy sole on a day for a sum of 4,400gns to a blurb herd.

He was sired by a Malthouse herd’s batch bull, Grahams Mungo, who is a son of a Irish-born Kilcor Iceman. Paddy was bred from a homebred-dam, Malthouse Fulani, while also carrying sires from herds such as Fieldson, Mynach and Sarkley via his behind pedigree. This longhorn was also a conduit of both the F94L and NT821 myostatin.

Speaking about their top-priced bull, a Roberts family explained: “Paddy was a genuine eye catcher from day one, with glorious width. He is one of a initial children by Grahams Mungo to be charity for sale, who has unequivocally started to put a stamp on his calves.”

Glangwden Pedro

Next adult to sell during 3,800gns was a 20-month-old Glangwden Pedro. Exhibited by CF and FE Jerman from Caerws, there was a participation of French genetics in this bull’s pedigree, carrying been sired by Julienas. Pedro was out of a home-bred dam, Glangwden Mildrydd, who was sired by Powerhouse Emblem. This longhorn also boasted a myostatin standing of F94L and NT821. He was sole to a rancher from Sennybridge in Wales.

Glangwden Pedro. Image source: British Limousin Cattle Society

Killerton Plutonium and Persuasive

Killerton Plutonium, shown by PW and SW Greed from Devon, also sole for a cost of 3,800gns. This longhorn is sired by a 10,000gns Confluence Leyton and out of a home-bred dam, Killerton Lithium. Sires from a Wilodge, Emslies and Cockleshell herds are seen via this bull’s pedigree. Plutonium is a conduit of dual copies of a F94L myostatin gene and he sole to a flock formed in Cilddewi Fawr, Llannon.

Killerton Plutonium. Image source: British Limousin Cattle Society

A second charity from a Killerton flock achieved a corner fourth top cost of a sale, offering during 3,700gns. Killterton Persuasive is an April-2019 innate son of a 10,000gns Foxhillfarm Montreal, and out of a home-bred dam sired by Kaprico Donato. Similarly to his stablemate, this longhorn carries dual copies of a F94L myostatin gene.

Nealford Panda

The Nealford brothers sole Nealford Panda for a identical figure of 3,700gns. This 20-month-old longhorn carries dual copies of a F94L myostatin gene and was sired by a 10,000gns Ampertaine Lieutenant. Panda is out of a home-bred dam, Nealford Lizzie, who was sired by Goldies Comet. He sole to a Welsh flock formed in Llandysul.

Ashledge Preist

Irish genetics came to a front again in this sale, as a son of Killcastle Horace sole for a sum of 3,600gns. Ashledge Preist was exhibited by A G Kirton and sons from Kidderminster and carries copies of a F94L myostatin. Priest is out of a Ballyrobin Gazza-sired dam and also had sires such as Ashledge Smirnoff and Marquis in his maternal behind pedigree.

Female Section

Topping a womanlike trade was Rhiwllech Paloma, who sole for a sum of 3,000gns. Exhibited by DM Howells from Geilli Farm, this April-2019 innate womanlike is a daughter of a home-bred sire, Rhiwllech Magnum, who is sired by Ampertaine Foreman.

The 4 lots of heifers charity for sale by a Rhiwllech flock sole to an normal of 2,125gns on a day.

Article source: https://www.agriland.ie/farming-news/limousin-bulls-average-over-3200-at-welsh-sale/

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