Messrs Reay & Sons of West Moorhouse sold the top priced British Blue
stock bull selling for 963kg, 142.
Cows and calves sold to PS1400 twice for a young Limousin with bull calf from TW Lewis & Sons and for a British Blue
cow and steer calf from AJ & KL Bowen.
The couple headed to Hereford, Texas - the beef farming capital of the world - for their honeymoon and are planning to spend their wedding money gifts on a new herd of British Blue
Steers: British Blue
PS1100, PS1105, PS1080, PS1035 Hainings Farm, PS1090, PS1085 Riggshields, PS1090, PS1020 The Howes, PS1040 Flimby Hall, PS1040 West Whitrigg, Limousin PS1100, PS1070, PS1040 Brackenhill Rigg,PS1090, PS1040, PS1020, PS1000 Beech House, PS1080 Fishergill, PS1040 Midtown Farm, Simmental PS1075 The Howes, PS1020 Hillview, Charolais PS1050 Midtoen Farm, Hereford PS920, PS905 Jerriestown, PS800 The Coach House, Welsh Black PS885 Hill Head Farm, Holstein Friesian PS880, PS815 West Brownrigg, PS810 High Bow, Beef Shorthorn PS865 Hillview, Aberdeen Angus PS800 The Coach House, Holstein PS760, PS750 Blue Dial Farm.
Last year Wyn and his wife Diane won the British Blue
Cattle Society's Breeder of the Year award.
Welsh Black: Carwyn Lewis Simmental: Debbie Canning | British Blue
and young handler, Kai Jones.
He said the launch of Tuxford 1780 would help enhance the uniqueness of blue stilton and British blues
compared to continental cheeses.
Cast Cow leading prices per head: Charolais PS1246, PS1151 Hallbankgate Farm, PS1241 Gretna House, PS1179 Finney Green Cottage, Limousin PS1217, PS1120, PS1106, PS1100 Tehillah Farm, PS1162, PS1123, PS1031 Haltcliffe, PS1103 Chapel Farm, PS1019 High Field, British Blue
PS1127 Haas Grove Farm, Holstein Friesian PS885 The Laythes, British Friesian PS857 Laversdale Farm, Aberdeen Angus PS822 Waughslee.
This was Mischievous, an 18-month-old British Blue
cross from Gwyn Roberts, of Garnedd Fawr, Gaerwen, who was bought at Ruthin Show Potential sale in February.
This one also came from the British Blue
cross heifer which had a carcass weight of 386kg and graded U+3.
The farm has been in the family for seven generations and Ceirian has successfully built on the farm's reputation by introducing the British Blue
The top British blue
sky was the view from Castell Dinas Bran, overlooking Llangollen, which was placed 9th.