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Bryncir Auction held it's opening Autumn Sale of over 300 catalogued Store Cattle. A good gathering of buyers saw plenty of competition which resulted on a very pleasing trade. Steers averaged £946 and Heifers at £828. Steers peaked at £1,170 for a Charollais from KH Evans, Pont y Gof, Botwnnog with Heifers reaching £1,080 for a Lim X from G Morris & Son, Trwyn Swch, Llanddoged. Native breeds were easy to cash with Angus Steers reaching £1,100 from W & JG Griffith, Bodlondeb and Welsh Black Heifers fom R & TE Parry, Gwindy selling for £1,070. Dairy bred cattle sold well to reach £1,070 for a B/BlueX Steer from R Williams, Cae Morfa

STEERS - Ave £946

Char 16m to £1,170, 20m £1,165, 12m £910

Lim 21m £1,110, 18m £1,090, 12m £955

W/Black 20m £970, 18m £855,

W/B x Saler 16m £980

A/A 23m £1,100,

B/B 24m £1,055,

Sim 15m £910

HEIFERS - Ave £828

Char 17m £1,015, 19m £1,010, 15m £985, 12m £760,

Lim 20m £1,080, 16m £950, 12m £740

W/Black 16m £1,070, A/A 16m £885


With over 1,200 Ewes and Lambs penned trade was very buoyant with a 100% clearance.

The Annual Cwm Pennant and Cwmystradllyn Ewe sale saw Crossbred yearlings reach £138 from E Griffith, Ynys Wen. Improved Welsh From E W Owen, Llecheiddior Ganol sold to £101 followed by a pen at £92,00 from A Hughes, Braich. Welsh ewes from G P Williams, Llwyn Ffynnon reached £65


Suff Mule Yrl to £137, Cheviot Yrlings to £112

STORE LAMBS - Ave £41.33

Crossbred to £61,

Welsh to £49


Suffolk to 360gns,

Texel to 250gns,

Lleyn to 120gns

Highest price Steer - K H Evans, Pont y Gof

Highest price Heifer -G Morris & Son, Trwyn Swch

Highest price Ewes - E Williams, Gweirglodd Bach

Highest price Lambs - H T owen, Morfa Farm

Highest price Ram - A Roberts, Muriau Bach

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