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Welshpool Livestock Sales

Created on 29/01/2020 @ 11:27


Welshpool Livestock Sales report on Monday’s sale at Buttington Cross

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A similar number of OTM cattle on offer this week, seeing a top price of £1186.96 (148ppkg) for a Charolais x OTM weighing in at 802kg from DA Davies & Son, Deildrefawr. Francis Partners, Pentllwyn made 140ppkg for a Limousin x weighing 668kg making £935.20. Younger cows (48-72 months) topped at £955.08 (126ppkg) for a Limousin x weighing 758kg from G & M Davies, Neuaddllwyd.  A Gardner & Sons, Neuadd Goch made 128ppkg for a Limousin x weighing 672kg making £860.16. Heifers under 48 months topped at £1177.93 (169ppkg) for a heifer weighing 697kg from G & M Davies, Neuaddllwyd. CV & EM Lewis, Buttington New Hall also made 169ppkg for a heifer weighing 696kg making £1176.24

Averages of the day were as follows:

OTM Cows (26) 120.71ppkg / £787.84

OTM Bull (1) 107ppkg / £1108.52

Cows 48-72 Months (2) 126.94ppkg / £907.62

Heifers Under 48 months (4) 155.63ppkg / £1073.47

Steers Under 48 months (1) 161ppkg / £880.67

Bull Under 48 months (1) 120ppkg / £1206

Overall Average 125.44ppkg.

For further information, contact Glandon Lewis (07774224999) 


An smaller entry of hoggs forward sold to return an average of 219.01ppkg, with a top price of 282ppkg for pen of hoggs weighing 30kg making £84.50 from DE Morgan & Co, Cefntwlch, and £116.80/head for 73kg hoggs from GE & RM Morris, The Belan.

Again a small number of Prime Hoggets on offer and this resulted in a strong competitive trade throughout for all weights and grades. Best quality, better shaped Hoggets continue  to find tremendous demand with plenty of good quality pens selling at 230pkg and above. Heavy weight Hoggets , especially the better quality types, sold very strongly as did the supermarket and export weight Hoggets. Best sold on the day would have been the lighter weight Hoggs with plenty of better quality types again being purchased to go back on farm for further finishing. Hill bred types also found good competition with plenty of these types selling above 200ppkg. Overall, a very good trade especially considering quite a number of Vendors were bringing in their last lambs and therefore overall the quality  was poorer than in recent weeks. Hopefully should remain strong going into the spring and the influx of the larger numbers of fed Hoggets. 


Lights (195) to 282ppkg from DE Morgan & Co, Cefntwlch. Others to 227ppkg from TM Powell. Glascoed. Average of 212.48ppkg.

Standards (574) to 244ppkg from TK Robinson, Tynewydd. Others to 243ppkg from TK Robinson, Tynewydd. Average of 217.49ppkg.

Mediums (1132) to 250ppkg from DE Morgan & Co, Cefntwlch. Others to 245ppkg from G Owen & Sons, Tynewydd.  Average of 220.43ppkg.

Heavies (525) to 227ppkg from EW Jones & Co, Tytanyfoel. Others to 223ppkg from DG Davies, Lan Farm. Average of 207.62ppkg.


This week we saw an increased entry of 1512 cull ewes that met a fantastic trade once again!

254 ewes sold for over £100 and an overall average of £74.30 was achieved (+ £6.18 on the week). Top price of the day went to Oldford Texels that sold a terrific pen of Texel ewes at £158. Closely followed by IB Davies, Dolau Coin and CL & C Watkins, Bank Farm that both sold pens of Texel ewes at £152. Any amount of the best Mule were £85 plus and best Welsh £68 plus.

90 cull rams forward this week with a top price of £125 being achieved by RG & JL Peate, Cwmderw and an overall average of £79.88.

Texel ewes to £158

Charollais ewes to £130

Beltex ewes to £121

Mule ewes to £106

Welsh ewes to £81

Dolgellau type Welsh ewes to £58

For more information, please contact Joe Powell (07764663197) or Sion Roberts (07852252371).

IN LAMB EWES (pictured)

A first catalogue sale of in lamb ewes saw an entry of just under 300 ewes which sold to a blistering trade and a full alley of purchasers keenly contented the sheep on offer.

Yearlings peaked at £140 for Beltex x Texels from Oldford Texels, Oldfield Farm.

2 year olds hit £158 for Blue Faced Leicester from GP & D Jones, Clawdd Coch.

3 year olds topped at £144 for Mules from GP & D Jones, Clawdd Coch.

Full mouth ewes reached £143 for triplet Mules from Evans & Mills, Ffynnon Fair.

As found ewes sold to £132 for triplet Mules from RM Morris & Co, Coed Cowrhyd.

Considering the majority of the sheep entered were full mouth and as found ewes carrying triplets the trade proved very impressive.


Yearlings - £115.27

2 year olds - £146

3 year olds - £139

Full mouth - £107.08

As found - £118.60

For further information, contact Tom Davies (07764663193)


Only 2 couples entered which also sold to a very good trade that saw a ewe and twins sell to £192 and a full mouth Speckle with single lamb to £102, both from DG Davies, Lan Farm.


A small entry this week of just 437 consisting of mostly hardier bred store lambs that affected the days overall average.

Theaves: Texels to £71, £70 and £67.50, Speckles to £70.50, Mules to £63 and £51 and Welsh to £56 and £49.

Mixed and clean: Texels to £83, £77 and £73.50, Suffolks to £62, Mules to £86 and £66, Welsh to £64.50, £63 and £58 and Charollais to £72 and £69.

Wethers: Texels to £63 and Mules to £60.

Tups: Texels to £92.50, £80.50 and £77.50, Welsh to £74, £72.50 and £70 and Charollais to £73.


Theaves - £50.73

Mixed and clean - £58.65

Wethers - £62.25

Tups - £68.31

Overall average - £60.04

For further information, contact Tom Davies (07764663193)

Forthcoming sales:

Monday 3rd February – In Lamb Ewes and Cows & Calves

Monday 10th February – In Lamb Ewes and Store Cattle

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