Oswestry, Wed, Dec 18 Remarks Seasonal entry of fat cattle
and buyers with full fridges, resulted in a slightly easier trade, especially bulls.
98 entries, av 193; Heifers to 228; Steers to 221; Bulls to 214.
and sheep peered from their neat shelters, or grazed the new grass: lines of ploughing striped the fields like red corduroy, hazed with lime green.
Store cattle are not too dear ( fat cattle
are too cheap
200 YEARS AGO: Worcester Lammas Fair on Wednesday was well attended with fat cattle
and sheep, which had ready sale at nearly the same prices as at the last fair; good horses sold well, indifferent ones were in no request,
(8) Only eight fat cattle
presented for sale sold to a good average of 221ppkg for the heifers and 203ppkg for the steers.
Top prices OTM - A Rees & Son, Tynllwyn; Fat cattle
- JM Rowlands, Dolwen; Hoggets - CL & C Watkins, Bank Farm; Cull ewes - CE Pryce, Yr Helyg; Store lambs - TG Lewis, Brynycil.
Welshpool, Wed, Jan 16 Remarks A very successful Red Market for TB restricted fat cattle
and OTM old cattle Report Buyers paid up to PS1,394.
(12) Only 12 fat heifers forward for sale today, selling to a very good average of 217ppkg.
(13) An entry of 13 fat cattle
sold very well to average 197ppkg for the steers and 195ppkg for the heifers.
Top prices OTM - T&B Williams, Cil Mawr; Fat cattle
- DW & L Jones, Arbennig; Prime lambs - CL & C Watkins, Bank Farm; Cull ewes - TD & MJ Orrells & Son, Middle Llegodig; Cull rams - TR & ME Watkin, Glanbechan; Store lambs - MH Pugh, Gilfach; Cows & calves - W I Jones & Son, Cilcwm Fawr; Steers (ph) - TH & ME & EJ Jones, Plas Coch; Heifers (ph) - TH & ME & EJ Jones, Plas Coch; Steers (p/kg) - JN Pugh, Garthbwt; Heifers (p/kg) - R T Watkins Coed y Deri.
I can't see people with suckler cows on the hills being able to keep them as before unless fat cattle
The fair's showcase fat cattle
championships were won for a second successive year by Alaw Jones, 21, and sister Gwenllian, 16 - watched on by proud dad Arfon, of Ty Calch, Paradwys, Bordorgan.
Christmas fat cattle
Judge was Joey Jones, Wrexham.
I tend to do the fat cattle
selling while Huw looks after the sheep.