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Catherina Cunnane
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Catherina Cunnane hails from a sixth-generation drystock and specialised pedigree suckler enterprise in Co. Mayo. She currently holds the positions of editor and general manager at That's Farming, having joined the firm during its start-up phase in 2015.
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Mart report: ‘All’s well that ends well’ in Clones

Clones Livestock Mart – 22-06-2023 – Cattle Prices

Trade “remained steady” at Clones Livestock Mart’s cattle sale on Thursday, June 22nd, 2023, writes farming journalist, Catherina Cunnane.

A spokesperson for the mart reported a “great show of cattle with all categories represented on the day, with a larger offering of smaller cattle than usual”.

“While it turned out to be an eventful kind of a day. As the old saying goes, all’s well that ends well.”

“Thanks to everyone for their patience while we moved to the second ring,” the spokesperson added.

Cull cow prices:
  • FR – 430 KGS – €870;
  • FR – 450 KGS – €900;
  • FR – 515 KGS – €960;
  • FR – 530 KGS – €930;
  • FR – 610KGS – €1290;
  • FR – 630 KGS – €1110;
  • FR – 640 KGS – €1360;
  • FR – 720 KGS – €1650.

Heifer prices:

  • LM – 290 KGS – €900;
  • AA – 340 KGS – €990;
  • LIM – 350 KGS – €1080;
  • LIM – 370 – €1050;
  • CH – 450 KGS – €1360;
  • CH – 480 KGS – €1400.
  • HE – 270 KGS – €700;
  • HE – 280 KGS – €770;
  • HE – 340 KGS – €880;
  • HE – 350 KGS – €860;
  • HE – 360 kgs – €930.

Bullock prices:

  • FR – 270 KGS – €540.
  • CH – 325 KGS – €1000
  • LIM – 330 KGS – €920
  • LIM – 370 KGS – €1030
  • CH – 370 KGS – €1140
  • LM – 435 KGS – €1040
  • FR – 530 KGS – €1250
  • HE – 320 KGS – €750
  • HE – 330 KGS – €780
  • HE – 335 KGS – €860
  • HE – 380 KGS – €950
  • HE – 420 KGS – €1110.
Incident at mart

At last week’s general cattle sale, a heifer jumped onto the rostrum at the Monaghan-based mart, a video of which has been widely circulated across social media.

No one was injured during the incident.

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