HEAVY lambs sold from £97 to £105 each at Markethill on Wednesday (May 29) with prices easier on the week. Top price 430p per kilo was paid for24 kilos @ £103 each.
Suitable middleweight lambs sold to 460p per kilo for 20 kilos @ £92, followed by 454p per kilo for 21.5 kilos @ £97.50 each. Main demand sold from 410p to 425p per kilo.
Good quality cull ewes sold from £60 to £82 each with 2nd quality from £40 to £55 each.
Another full yard of Ewes and Lambs sold in a firmer demand. Good quality doubles sold from £150 to £200 each. Singles sold from £120 to £194 each.
Tandragee farmer : 24k £103 429p : Eglish farmer : 24k £95.50 397p : Keady farmer ; 26k £101 388p : Kilkeel farmer : 27k £104.50 387p : Armagh farmer : 26.5k £100 377p : Portadown farmer : 28.5k £105 368p
Portadown farmer : 20k £92 460p : Richhill farmer : 21.5k £97.50 453p : Poyntzpass farmer : 22.5k £95 422p : Armagh farmer : 23k £97 421p : Mountnorris farmer : 23.5k £97.50 414p : Tandragee farmer : 21.5k £89 413p : Portadown farmer : 22k £91 413p : Gilford farmer : 21.5k £88.50 411p : Loughgall farmer : 21k £86 409p : Newry farmer : 22k £90 409p.
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