Good prices in small yarding

Good prices were paid for the 715 sheep on sale at Matawhero yesterday.

The 25 prime lambs sold from $150 up to $210 for a pen of four from Rangiata Partnership at East Cape.

This vendor also topped the store pens, with 100 male lambs that sold for $183 and two ewe lambs that made $156.

There were just 679 store lambs yarded.

A pen of five prime ewes from PW Bennett fetched $161, while four store ewes sold for $132.

There were 35 feeder calves from Colin Kerr at Ngatapa for sale, and all were sold, from $175 for four Hereford-Friesian cross bull calves, down to $70 for two Friesian bulls.

Best prices —

Store male lambs: Rangiata Partnership, 100, $183, 24, $163, 3, $138; Matuku Station (Kanakanaia), 43, $181.50; Pukeroa Station (Ngakoroa), 3, $174; Monte Farm and Forest (Waikura Valley), 43, $171, 40, $140, 16, $120, 8, $71; Phil Holloway, 5, $166; Burnage Station Partnership (Rakauroa), 61, $147, 9, $140, 12, $97; Holmdale Farm – McBreen (Waingake), 4, $146; G & L Hill, 2, $144, 2, $72; SB Hilton (Tiniroto), 10, $141; Andrew Warren Associates, 7, $125; IH and LJ Kirkpatrick, 11, $114; Grants Panel Shop, 9, $110.

Store ewe lambs: Rangiata Partnership, 2, $156; Monte Farm and Forest, 58, $135, 37, $124, 13, $90; Burnage Station P/S, 52, $129, 27, $101; Hassendean Partnership, 31, $120, 4, $65; IH and LJ Kirkpatrick, 28, $108.

Feeder calves: Colin Kerr, Hereford-Friesian bulls: 4, $175, 4, $140, 2, $120; Friesian: 6, $110, 2, $70; Hereford-Friesian heifers (black with white face), 8, $150, 2, $105: Hereford-Friesian heifers (red with white face), 2, $130, 2, $120, 2, $95, 1, $90.

Good prices were paid for the 715 sheep on sale at Matawhero yesterday.

The 25 prime lambs sold from $150 up to $210 for a pen of four from Rangiata Partnership at East Cape.

This vendor also topped the store pens, with 100 male lambs that sold for $183 and two ewe lambs that made $156.

There were just 679 store lambs yarded.

A pen of five prime ewes from PW Bennett fetched $161, while four store ewes sold for $132.

There were 35 feeder calves from Colin Kerr at Ngatapa for sale, and all were sold, from $175 for four Hereford-Friesian cross bull calves, down to $70 for two Friesian bulls.

Best prices —

Store male lambs: Rangiata Partnership, 100, $183, 24, $163, 3, $138; Matuku Station (Kanakanaia), 43, $181.50; Pukeroa Station (Ngakoroa), 3, $174; Monte Farm and Forest (Waikura Valley), 43, $171, 40, $140, 16, $120, 8, $71; Phil Holloway, 5, $166; Burnage Station Partnership (Rakauroa), 61, $147, 9, $140, 12, $97; Holmdale Farm – McBreen (Waingake), 4, $146; G & L Hill, 2, $144, 2, $72; SB Hilton (Tiniroto), 10, $141; Andrew Warren Associates, 7, $125; IH and LJ Kirkpatrick, 11, $114; Grants Panel Shop, 9, $110.

Store ewe lambs: Rangiata Partnership, 2, $156; Monte Farm and Forest, 58, $135, 37, $124, 13, $90; Burnage Station P/S, 52, $129, 27, $101; Hassendean Partnership, 31, $120, 4, $65; IH and LJ Kirkpatrick, 28, $108.

Feeder calves: Colin Kerr, Hereford-Friesian bulls: 4, $175, 4, $140, 2, $120; Friesian: 6, $110, 2, $70; Hereford-Friesian heifers (black with white face), 8, $150, 2, $105: Hereford-Friesian heifers (red with white face), 2, $130, 2, $120, 2, $95, 1, $90.

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