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Carlisle
19th Borderway Black and White (with colour) Sale
Friday 2nd & Saturday 3rd December

The event was a great success with an average of £2,172.19 for 8 jerseys making it a sale to remrmber.

Top Price Jersey Group
L-R Pete Prior of Designer Jerseys, Rapid Bay-UK JJ Lets Dance, James & Catherine Strachan (consignors) Back Row - Glyn Lucas, David Jones & Jenny Wharton
L-R Alison Millar, H&H, John Jordan & Mr Adams of Honeypot Holsteins Riverdane Silky Elegance Ben Nottage, Adrian Nottage & Sue Nutsford consignors Back Row - Glyn Lucas, David Jones & Jenny Wharton

Amongst the Jerseys in the sale was Rapid Bay UK JJ Lets Dance sired by Just Wait’s maternal brother, and from the All Canadian Rapid Bay Juno Limerick EX96 5E. This beautiful show calf was 1st February calf at the All Breeds All Britain Calf Show 2005. First time consignors Rapid Jerseys UK of James Strachan & Candice Borland, parted from this heifer for 4,600gns to Designer Jerseys, Nortons Green, Radley Green, Essex.

Holmeden Montana J Silva, consigned by J Hodgson, and sired by Windy-Willow Montana Jace sold for 2,500gns to S&S Murray, Shipley Bank Farm, Wolverhampton. Bred from three generations of Excellent dams the dam yielded over 15,000kgs in her fourth lactation.

“Our” Jerseys owned by Carole Wood, Carnforth, Lancs, consigned Millcoat Twinkle 23 EX92, this year’s Supreme Champion Westmorland Show 2005 and Best Udder at Dairy Event 2005. She sold for 2,350gns to GM & DJ Pye, Arklholme, Lancs.

Edward Brown of H&H was openly delighted with the success. “Overall it has been a fantastic day and much of the credit must go to the vendors who had committed themselves to the sale by consigning fabulous animals. I feel sure that many of the buyers were able to invest in top quality genetics, with a lot of heifers changing hands at the sort of money that vendors were well rewarded for and purchasers were able to pay.


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