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                                                                                      (157p/kg). A shapey Limousin steer sold to £880 (157p/kg) from M/s R & M
   CIRENCESTER LIVESTOCK                                                              Adams, Northwick & £800 (144p/kg) from M/s J & C Elliott, Purton Stoke.
                                                                                      The heifers saw Limousin’s to £722 (136p/kg) from M/s H Barlow Vaughan,
       MARKET REPORT                                                                  Bampton with Simmental’s to £665 (146p/kg) from M/s R & J Portch,
                                                                                      Brinkworth.
      TUESDAY, 7th SEPTEMBER 2010                                                     The weaned calves saw Limousin steers to £470 (167p/kg) & £410 (216p/kg)
                                                                                      with heifers to £385 (189p/kg) & £372 (158p/kg) from M/s H Barlow Vaughan,
                  107 REARING CALVES                                                  Bampton. Charolais steers sold to £600 (138p/kg) from Mr R Groves,
                       10.30 am – Auctioneer: Jon Pullin                              Tewksbury.
                           Overall Average - £159.00                                                            STEERS / BULLS                                             HEIFERS
                                                                                                          Prices in Italics are for Bulls
Calf numbers continue to go from strength to strength with more present and a                      Age         £         p/kg     Vendor                    Age       £          p/kg   Vendor
number of new Vendors travelling to Cirencester with the trade so strong.             Hereford    17 – 20     780        156      Byde Mill Farm           17 – 19   625         116    Byde Mill Farm
Dairy Breeds (46): Some decent Friesian types on offer with the best reaching                       20        890        127      Byde Mill Farm
£90+ topping at £132 and £140 for K D Sheridan. Good rearers £80-£90,                 B Blue        24         838       148      J Barker & Son           12 – 13   405         127    B Cambridge
medium sorts £50-£60 with the majority Holstein types £30-£40, the plain types                      27         850       160      R & M Adams                21      620         140    J Barker & Son
to kill £5-£10. Weaned Friesians April/May born sold well at £155 for E J             Charolais      8         600       138      R Groves                    8      438         129    R Groves
Webb & Son.                                                                                                                                                15 – 17   500         118    R Morgan
Native Breeds (16): Few on offer and no Hereford bulls. Hereford heifers to                                                                                  27      695         129    G Toomer
£152 for A J & G G Thomas. Avg £120, Angus bulls to £260 from J                       Limousin     5–6         470       167      Barlow Vaughan            4–5      385         189    Barlow Vaughan
Wallington, £190 E Rawlings. Avg £185. Angus heifers a good trade, best                           15 – 16      755       157      Barlow Vaughan              5      372         158    Barlow Vaughan
                                                                                                  16 – 17      910       165      Barlow Vaughan           15 – 17   628         143    Barlow Vaughan
£190-£230Avg £188. A weaned steer at £280 for E J Webb & Son.
                                                                                                    17         800       144      J & C Elliott            16 – 17   620         138    J & C Elliott
Simmental (13): Very good trade. Top for Roy Townsend at £382, £335 and                             18         880       157      R & M Adams                17      722         136    Barlow Vaughan
£350 for B Gough & Sons, plus £20 per head on last week. Medium types                               19         820       138      J & C Elliott              18      640         135    R Breakspear
dearer at £235-£255. Heifers as last week topping at £232 for Lodge Farm Ltd                        22         590       139      B Cambridge                18      662         150    R & M Adams
and £230 for Roy Townsend Avg £200.                                                               22 – 24      818       149      J Barker & Son             20      795         145    J & C Elliott
Limousin(16): Good entry and majority in the weaned off section. Fresh Bulls                        23         880       160      J Barker & Son           22 – 24   645         146    J Barker & Son
topped by C S & C Burgess, Chippenham at £265. Heifers to £240 for Roy                              26         660       136      M Hathaway                 25      555         123    M Hathaway
                                                                                                    28         835       124      Barlow Vaughan
Townsend £215-£220 for a good run from Dave Meredith. Tim Rawlings                                                                H C Jones & Son
                                                                                                    31         765       120
consigned 3-4 month steers at £350 and heifers to avg £278 of a similar age.
                                                                                      Simmental   24 – 25      835       139      K Silverthorne             14      355         104    R Groves
British Blue (16): Strong trade as ever for this popular breed. Bulls to £340                                                                              16 – 20   665         146    R & J Portch
and £300 for Robert Oughton, £300 Ben Gough, best £275+ throughout.                                                                                        20 – 21   550         125    R Breakspear
Medium bulls £210-£250. Heifers a decent trade reaching £270 for Roy                                                                                         31      730         110    H C Jones & Son
Townsend, £198 and £210 for A & M E Hass, Dauntsey.                                   Angus         21         608       125      R Gawthropp              14 – 18   302         869    J Greenaway
                                                                                                                                                           21 – 22   568         131    R Gawthropp
                      15 DAIRY CATTLE                                                 Friesian    12 – 13      318       89       K Hopkins
                       11.30 am - Auctioneer: Jon Pullin                                          15 – 18      490       98       C Howe
                                                                                                  18 – 20      540       104      S Scott
Freshly calved British Friesian heifers sold to £1450 & £1400 from M/s C B                        20 – 21      422       98       R Brittain
Powell & Son, Shurdington with Holstein heifers to £900 from M/s A Webb &                           21         465       105      R Gawthropp
Son, Cleverton.                                                                                     24         640       112      K Silverthorne

              35 BEEF COWS & CALVES
                       11.30 am - Auctioneer: Jon Pullin                                   THURSDAY, 9TH SEPTEMBER 2010
Today’s sale included the reduction of the “Tregoze” herd of Pedigree
Limousin cattle with a superb run of cows & calves from M/s J & V Hicks,                                      610 PRIME LAMBS
Hook. Tregoze Rachel (born 5/00) & her heifer calf Tregoze Fiona (born 3/10)                                 10.15 am – Auctioneer: Chris Voyce
sold to £1280 with Tregoze Unice (born 05/03) & her bull calf Tregoze Floyd                                      Overall Average –158p/kg
(born 03/10) to £1210. TregozeTrixie (born 11/02) & her bull calf Tregoze             A pleasing entry met a good trade throughout with the best handyweight export
Fusiler (born 4/10) to £1180. The crossbred cows & steer calves sold to £1150         type lambs traded between 165 – 175p/kg topping at 176p/kg £65.20 for 37kg
& £1130. The pedigree Limousin bull Quaish Admiral sold to £2000.                     from Mr E Astbury. The medium quality lambs traded generally between 157 –
                                                                                      165p/kg with the heavier lambs trading between £70 - £75.
                     207 STORE CATTLE                                                                    MORE LAMBS NEEDED EACH WEEK
               11.30 am - Auctioneer: Jon Pullin & Chris Voyce                           Kgs      Vendor                                            £                     p/kg
                     Averages: Steers £662, Heifers £536                                 30       C Benson                                         48.80              163.0
A similar number forward with some grand cattle on offer sold to a very good            36.5      A G Smith                                        64.00              175.0
trade up again on the previous week.                                                     37       E Astbury                                        65.20              176.0
The stronger older cattle (Over 24 months) saw a handful forward with British            38       R Brain                                          65.50              172.0
Blue steers to £850 (160p/kg) from M/s R & M Adams, Northwick with                       39       S Bell                                           66.20              170.0
Simmental steers to £835 (139p/kg) from Mr K Silverthorne, Berkeley.                     40       Poole Farming                                    68.00              170.0
Overage Limousin steers sold to £765 (120p/kg) from M/s H Jones & Son,                   41       J &B I Spires                                    68.50              167.0
Bourton. The heifers saw a meat overage Simmental to £730 (110p/kg) from the             43       M Garrett                                        67.00              169.0
same home.                                                                              43.5      C Dicks                                          72.50              167.0
The farming cattle (17 – 24mnths) saw some grand cattle on offer with the                46       R Walshe                                         73.20              159.0
better Continental steers trading over £800 topping at £910 (165p/kg) for               46.5      J Bell                                           73.50              158.0
Limousin steers from M/s H Barlow Vaughan, Bampton. A run of Continental
steers sold to £880 (160p/kg) & £838 (148p/kg) for Limousin & British Blues                                      491 CULL EWES
respectively from J W Barker & Son Ltd, Hallow. The native breeds saw the                                    10.30 am – Auctioneer: Chris Voyce
stronger Hereford steers to £890 (127p/kg) & £790 (136p/kg) from M/s Byde                                         Overall Average - £69.09
Mill Farm, Hannington. The Friesian steers also sold to a good trade with the         A very good entry with the trade to match with all types in demand. The
stronger sorts to £640 (112p/kg) from Mr K Silverthorne, Berkeley.                    stronger good meated Suffolk & Continental x ewes traded between £82 - £88
The heifers also sold to a strong trade with the better sorts over £600 topping at    topping at £91 with Mules £58 - £68. The half meated or over fat ewes traded
£795 (145p/kg) for a Limousin from M/s J & C Elliott, Purton Stoke & £645             between £60 - £70 with the smaller & plainer ewes £45 - £55 generally.
(146p/kg) from J W Barker & Son Ltd, Hallow.                                          Slaughter rams sold to £70.
The younger stores (14 – 18mnths) sold to a very good trade with a grand run of
cattle from M/s H Barlow Vaughan, Bampton selling to £835 (124p/kg) & £755                         SHEEP VENDORS PLEASE NOTE


                                               Voyce Pullin Markets Ltd
               Cirencester Market (Weekly – Tuesday & Thursday) – Tel: 01285 869911 Fax: 01285 869333
                           Lydney Office: 01291 680068        Oldbury Office: 01454 269486
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  All Sheep vendors we ask if you could kindly complete the new sheep declaration
 form (As well as your AML1 Sheep Licence) to accompany all sheep to market. The                  FRIDAY, 10TH SEPTEMBER 2010
 form deals with the new Food Chain Information, FABBL Status & is also the auction
         sheet. If consigning Prime lambs & Cull ewes please complete 2 forms.
                                                                                                                  2621 STORE SHEEP
                           43 BEEF CATTLE                                                                         11.00 am – Auctioneer: Chris Voyce
                       11.30 am – Auctioneer: Chris Voyce
                                                                                           A good entry sold to another very good trade with a 99% clearance. The
                        Steers 143p/kg Heifers 139p/kg                                     Theaves saw strong bidding with the Mules taking favour today trading
 A good show of cattle met a very good trade with a handful of exceptional                 between £120 - £125 generally topping at £126 from M/s Dodington Park
 cattle forward selling to a top of 180p/kg for a 585kg Limousin heifer from M/s           Estate. The Suffolk’s were slightly harder to place trading between £105 - £110
 Breakspear & Son. The steers topped at 176p/kg for a 695kg British Blue from              topping at £113 (twice) from Mr D Davis & Mr P Summers. Continental
 M/s M Hocken & Sons. The other good shaped sorts traded between 145 –                     Theaves traded generally between £95 - £112.
 165p/kg with the medium quality or heavier sorts 135 – 140p/kg. A few lesser              The older ewes sold to a good trade with 2 year old Suffolk ewes to £122 from
 shaped sorts 115 – 125p/kg generally.                                                     Mr J Butt with the older ewes to £107. A flock reduction from M/s G H
                              MANY MORE NEEDED                                             Williams & Son saw Continental ewes to £83 with Mules ewes (Full mouth) to
                                                                                           £79 from Mr A Basson.
                Steers / Bulls                              Heifers
                                                                                           A good show of lambs sold to a very good trade with the stronger Suffolk x ewe
 Limousin          163.0      P & T Akers          180.0       R Breakspear
 Simmental         153.0      A V Taylor           144.0       P & M Whiting               lambs generally £73 - £77 topping at £80 from M/s Thorndale Farms. The store
 Angus             154.0      F Nutland & Son      147.0       F Nutland & Son             lambs saw the stronger sorts £58 - £64. The medium sized lambs seemed well
 Charolais         147.0      A V Taylor                                                   sold trading between £55 - £58 and the smaller sorts extremely well sold £47 -
 British Blue      176.0      M Hocken & Son       147.5       T Gaden                     £55.

       50 BARREN COWS & OTM CATTLE                                                                           FORTHCOMING SALES
                       11.30 am – Auctioneer: Jon Pullin                                                      THURSDAY, 16TH SEPTEMBER 2010
                Averaged £706, Top Cow £1067, Top Steer £1,184                                                   CIRENCESTER MARKET
 Today’s sale dominated by the dispersal of 30 Continental cows from Messrs                            Cirencester Sheep Fair incorp Texel Society Show & Sale
 Barlow Vaughan, Ham Court, Bampton with a superb overall average for cows                                          Entries Close 8th September 2010
 of 110p throughout.                                                                                 SATURDAY, 18TH SEPTEMBER (11am)
 Friesian cows short on the ground selling to 101p for W F Scott & Son and 106                           GENUINE END OF TENANCY
 for P J & S R Bennett. With all meat types 100p pkg. Medium and plainer
 cows firmer selling to 60 and 70p.                                                                             DISPERSAL SALE
 Natvie bred cows ranged 106p upwards reaching 125 for J C Shayle with a run                Of 4 Tractors, Combine, Loadall, Muir Hill, Machinery and
 from M/s Barlow Vaughan 110-122p. The Continental cows sold well to 120p                                   the Contents of Ham Court
 from Barlow Vaughan, but it was his Limousin cows that topped the day to                                       At Ham Court, Bampton, Oxon, OX18 2HG
 139p and 140p with one or two breaking the £1,100 barrier. Gary Clift, Uley                                   On instructions from Mr M Barlow-Vaughan
 sold Limousin Cows 127-132p with 20 forward of this breed averaging 121p.                 Combine: JD1177 Series 2 Hydro 4 c/w 816 Header (94). Tractors: JD6600 4wd
 Overage steers toped at £1,184, 139p for M Barlow Vaugahn with a super blue               (96) 7071 hrs, JD3040 Power Synchron 2wd 3498 hrs (84), Ford 7600 2wd 7833 hrs
 steer from M/s Breakspear & Son at 145p and two good sorts from S Hull                    (78), JCB Farm Special 25-58 Loadall 11500 hrs (89) plus Attachments, Muir Hill
 making 131 and 137p.                                                                      141 8102 hrs (81). Trailers: Teagle 7T Mono Grain, AS Marston 9T, Various Bale
                                                                                           Trailers. Machinery: Various Grain, PZ Mow/Cond, NH 286 Baler, Lemken
                                                                                           Plough, Feraboli M30-60 3m P/Harrow, Bettinson 3D Drill, Air Tec Sprayer,
                                   153 PIGS                                                Parmiter Post Bumper, Subsoiler etc and The complete Contents of Ham Court
                           11.30 am – Auctioneer: Jon Pullin                               Farmhouse being an extensive range of Antique Furniture and effects (to follow farm
                                                                                           machinery). (In conjunction with Wotton Auction Rooms) and to include 18th century
 Another full market of pigs on offer with new Vendors and a very pleasing                 oak pot board dresser and rack, 18th century pine tavern table, two 17th century oak
 trade for the pigs forward.                                                               single chairs, Regency secretaire bookcase, Victorian piano top Davenport, lacquered
 The sow trade strong topping at £188 for R Giddy, Aston Somerville with 18                cabinets, Regency card table, grand piano. A good collection of 18th & 19th century
 forward of generally medium size to average £131. Older boar pigs to cull                 oil portraits – 19th century and other hunting prints, clocks including two pine
 averaged £75 however a first quality GOS Board forward from Bob Plaice,                   longcases, ceramics including Staffordshire figures, dogs, etc., 18th century Worcester
 North Wraxall topped at £160.                                                             sauce boat, Derby, etc. Silver including George III teapot, salts, half pint tankard,
 Pork pigs sold to £57 for Mrs J M Jones with Bacon pigs a super trade to £168             cream jugs, snuff boxes, viniagrettes, fish slice, Silver Plated Ware. As well as
 for D T Malin avg £83. 72 store pigs saw the best quality white pigs topping at           general antique furniture Regency rosewood and brass caddy, French gilt metal and
                                                                                           mother-of-pearl musical necessaire, several boxes miniature portraits, Finnigans
 £130 for R Giddy with 12 slip pigs to a superb £44.
                                                                                           travelling case and contents, 18th century coconut goblet, boxes of general effects
                      POULTRY REPORT                                                       including brassware, textiles, oil lamps etc.
                       12.30 pm – Auctioneer: Chris Terrett                                               FRIDAY, 24TH SEPTEMBER (11am)
 A good entry for the poultry however entries back on the eggs and chicks due to                              GENUINE DISPERSAL SALE
 the time of year. Very good trade on young birds, but a mixture of quality on                           Of 3 John Deere Tractors and Machinery
 the bantams met with a tougher trade.                                                                At Newhouse Farm, Standish Lane, Moreton Valence, GL2 7LZ
EGGS                                                                                                                On instructions from Mr J Gibson
½ Doz RIR                          £2.80   ½ Doz Copper Black Maran               £4.50    Tractors: JD6830 Premium (09) Auto Quad TLS Loader 935 hrs, JD6520 (04) TLS
½ Doz Wellsummer                   £3.20   10 Lemon Pekin                         £1.20    3600 hrs, JD6420 (02) c/w JD651 Loader 8800 hrs. Trailers: Richard Western 34’
CHICKS                                     DUCKS, GEESE & OTHERS                           c/w Air and Electric Brakes (06), 10T Grain (91). Machinery: JD578 Premium
Ross Cobb Chicks                   £3.20   Large Silvery Aplyard                 £15.50    Round Baler (08), JD1355 Mow/Cond (03), Qty Attachments, Howard 60”
Quail                              £2.50   White Campbell                         £9.00    Rotovator, Hardi 18m Sprayer, KV Silawrap Bale Wrapper, Kuhn MDS Spinner, Flat
Wellsummer                         £1.20   Khaki Campbell                        £10.00    Roll, Tomahawk Bale Shredder, KV NG300 H4 Power Harrow, Teagle 160 Swather,
                                           Pair of Call Ducks                    £15.50    MF20-8 Conventional Baler (vgc), Mole Plough etc. Livestock: Farmking Roller
                                           Trio Muscovy                           £2.50    Mill, Fraser MS Bruiser, Keenan Klaasik 140 Feeder Wagan.
                                           Khaki Campbell                         £3.80
CHICKENS & BANTAMS                                                                                            SATURDAY, 25th SEPTEMBER 2010
Spawgle POL                       £10.00   White Crested Balck Polish            £14.50                         Special September Poultry Sale
Barnvelder POL                     £8.00   Saxony                                £12.50    Sale of Trio’s & Pairs of Fowl & Bantams, Domestic & Ornamental Ducks, Geese &
Cuckoo Maran POL                   £9.00   Pekin Wyandottes                       £2.20     Waterfowl, Eggs & Poultry Equipment also Special Sale of Bulbs, Shrubs & Plants
Wellsummer POL                     £9.00   Pair Balck Bara D Uccle                £1.00
RIR POL                            £7.00   Mottled Pekin                          £2.80                          FRIDAY, 22nd OCTOBER
                                                                                                                GENUINE DISPERSAL SALE
                                                                                                           Of Tractors, Machinery, Potato Equipment,
                                                                                                                   65 Suckler Cows & Calves


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