Trade picking up stronger for intermediate bulls
Next in for the intermediate run of bulls here today in Stirling is Messrs Brewis in with their second placed Eastfield Juke N521 (lot 215). Again by Rochester, he's out of a Halbeath King Kong B036 daughter and was knocked down at 6000gns.
Straight after that the Lawson family have picked up the pace selling the first five-figured bull of the day, Hallington Jack Eric N398 (lot 216) for 11,000gns. This third placed Hallington Evo L333 son is out of a Prince Consort daughter Hallington Jubilee Erica L322 and carries a milk figure of +21.
Then straight after was Angus and Patricia Glennie with Threeburnford Nelso N534 (lot 217), a Netherton Mr Admiral K570 son out of a Wedderlie Eriexad B428 daughter.
Next up at 5500gns was the Arnott family selling Haymount Govoro N357 (lot 222). Home bred on both sides, this one is by Haymount Privor J971 and out of a Blelack Evor daughter.
Then at 6000gns was the first prize Mosston Muir Peter Innes N336 (lot 223). This is a Peter Pershore son and out of Mosston Muir Proud Iona L269, this one has been a prize winner at various shows and also carries a milk figure of +18 and a SRI of +57.
Straight after Longford Farms, Wiltshire, were back in the run buying Stouphill Ewan N075 from William Allen for 5200gns. By Double Oseven, he's out of a Belhaven-bred dam by Quaker Objective. With a SRI of +63 and a milk figure of +23 he also carries a negative calving ease figure.
Another from the Wattie family, Tonley Etoo N958 (lot 227) has gone at 5800gns. By Evor again, he's out of a Hurdcott Elixir daughter, while at 5000gns was belhaven Range Rider N084 (lot 228) from John and Teena Gilmour. By Rawburn Evolution G691, he's out of a Vermillion Payweight daughter.
The first placed Blelack Blackjack N136 (lot 232) from the Massie family has gone at 4000gns. By the former Highland Show champion Blelack Egotist K531, he's out of Blelack Blackbird J299.