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Weanlings top out at €3,440 at Roscommon Mart

Roscommon Mart – Cattle Prices – 09-08-2022

According to a spokesperson for Roscommon Mart, there was a “good” entry of “quality” entries at its show and sale of autumn-born weanlings on Tuesday, August 9th, 2022.

The mart spokesperson reported that trade was “brisk” as a “good” number of customers “actively” bid both online and at the ringside.

Weanling heifers ranged an average of €2.84-€5.02/kg for a Limousin-cross heifer, weighing 340 kgs at €1710.

On the other hand, weanling bulls climbed from average of €2.89-€6.94/kg for a Limousin-cross, weighing 495 kgs, €3,440.

Roscommon Mart 09-08-2022:

Weanling bull prices:

  • LMX – 495 KGS – €3440 – €6.94 PER KILO;
  • BBX – 725 KGS – €2310 – €3.18 PER KILO;
  • CHX – 460 KGS – €1670 – €3.63 PER KILO;
  • LMX – 485 KGS – €1620 – €3.34 PER KILO;
  • LMX – 385 KGS – €1300 – €3.37 PER KILO;
  • BBX – 385 KGS – €1400 – €3.63 PER KILO;
  • LMX – 400 KGS – €1400 – €3.50 PER KILO;
  • BBX – 290 KGS – €1000 – €3.44 PER KILO;
  • PT – 300 KGS – €900-€3.00 PER KILO.

Weanling heifer prices:

  • LMX – 340 KGS – €1710 – €5.02 PER KILO;
  • BBX – 360 KGS – €1350 – €3.75 PER KILO;
  • LMX – 370 KGS – €1150 – €3.10 PER KILO;
  • BBX – 340 KGS – €1100 – €3.23 PER KILO;
  • BBX – 265 KGS – €790 – €2.98 PER KILO;
  • LIM – 265 KGS – €920 – €3.47 PER KILO;
  • BBX – 340 KGS – €1100 – €3.23 PER KILO;
  • BBX – 290 KGS – €890 – €3.06 PER KILO.
Information:
  • Address: Roscommon Co-Operative Livestock Marts Ltd, Circular Road, Co. Roscommon.
  • Contact details: Phone: 090 6626352 or Fax no: – 090 6625689 or email – [email protected] – or see the mart’s website.
  • Sale days: Sale of lambs and cast ewes on Wednesdays at 11 am (yard opens at 8 am) and cattle sales on Fridays. Sales are also online via LSL Auctions.

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