Fat bulls selling to £1600 at Lisahally Mart

Unbelievable trade of cattle in Lisahally on Tuesday night with store bullocks selling to £1490 and store bulls to £1080.

Store heifers to £1370, fat cows to £1598.40 and fat bulls to £1600.

STORE BULLOCKS

JN AW Donnell £1490/710kg, £1350/610kg, Alastair Glenn £1480/670kg, £1150/570kg, Francis Matthews £1390/690kg, £1370/650kg, £1230/650kg, £1190/620kg, £1150/670kg, £1140/630kg, £1070/600kg, £1070/620kg, Jean Sayers £1350/690kg, £930/470kg, £900/450kg, £900/520kg, Nigel Stevenson £1310/710kg, £890/520kg, John Beattie £1230/590kg, £1210/610kg, £1090/550kg, £1030/520kg, £940/560kg, Robert Snodgrass £1170/670kg, £990/560kg, R Killen and Sons £1150/620kg, £1150/610kg, £1150/610kg, £1110/580kg, £1090/550kg, £1070/590kg, S Steele £1130/570kg, £980/520kg, £960/450kg, £930/470kg, William Bond £1110/590kg, James Lowry £1030/600kg, £1020/590kg, Derek McNeely £990/510kg, £930/500kg, £920/490kg, Ivan Donnell £950/510kg, £920/520kg, £890/490kg, Matthew Scott £900/350kg and Lionel Barr £880/350kg.

STORE BULLS

James Lowry £1080/580kg, £1060/590kg and £710/360kg.

STORE HEIFERS

Alastair Glenn £1370/640kg, William Bond £1300/630kg, £1290/670kg, £1270/610kg, £1250/650kg, £1250/660kg, £1210/610kg, £1200/680kg, £1140/610kg, £1080/570kg, £1000/510kg, Scott and Ewing £1280/620kg, £1220/580kg, £1210/640kg, £1200/680kg, £1190/600kg, £1180/630kg, £1160/600kg, £1160/580kg, £1140/530kg, £1120/570kg, £1110/560kg, £1100/560kg, R Killen £1120/560kg, £1100/590kg, Robert Snodgrass £990/560kg, J and H Foster £890/460kg, £790/370kg, £790/400kg, £790/410kg, £780/400kg, £770/390kg, £770/380kg, Ivan Donnell £870/530kg, S Steele £830/420kg, Lionel Barr £800/430kg, £800/410kg, £790/420kg, £780/420kg, £770/410kg and Matthew Scott £800/380kg.

FAT COWS

Declan Maguire £1598.40, £1035.30, Matthew Scott £1400, £1320, £1270, 1190, £1060, £1010, £990, £980, £820, £810, £700, A McGuinness £1265.40, Robert Snodgrass £1185.80, £802.40, Beaverlodge Farms £1064, £890.60, £835.20, £806, £748, £686.40, Hawthorn Heights Farms £1056, Alastair Buchannan £999.50, £941.70, R Killen and Sons £975, £885.60, £737, Raymond McLaughlin £972.70, J and H Foster £937.20, £887.50, £745.80, £735, Derek McNeely £852, James Leitch £804.10, Mervyn Whiteside £800, Cyril Armstrong £798, £786.60, D and A McCrea £798, Christopher Hall £756 and Cyril Armstrong £745.80, £731.50.

FAT BULLS

Gary Hamilton £1600, £1540, £1410, James McGaughey £1146.80, Derek McNeely £1135.20, Delwyn Stevenson £1100, £1060, £910 and Alastair Stevenson £500.

Fantastic trade in Lisahally Market on Tuesday night with fat lambs selling to £110/26kg, store lambs selling to £95/21kg fat ewes selling to £154 and fat rams £119.

FAT LAMBS

Cochran Boyle £110/26kg, John Pat McWilliams £110/26kg, Liam Gormley £109/26kg, Robert Lowry £107.50/26kg, Douglas McClelland £106/28kg, L Robinson £106/26kg, Roland Wilson £105.50/26kg, R and M Archibald £105/24kg, Wilbert McLenaghan £105/24kg, J and H Carmichal £105/25kg, Charlie McDevitt £105/27kg, Joseph Cunninghan £104.50/26kg, Treetops Farm £103.50/24kg, John Logue £101/22kg, Kevin McHenry £100.50/23kg, Stephen and Diane Smyth £100.50/23kg, David Martin £100/23kg, Hugh O’Connor £99.50/23kg, Norman Thompson £97/23kg, £96/22kg, James Hogg £96/22kg, C and C Feeny £95.50/21kg, D McLaughlin £95/23kg and Robert Blackburn £95/23kg.

STORE LAMBS

John Cuthbert £95/21kg, C Foster £94.50/22kg, £94/22kg, David Smyth £94/21kg, John Ramsey £93/21kg, Graeme Cowan £91/21kg, £88/20kg, David Smyth £90.50/21kg, C and C Feeny £89/17kg, Wilbert McLeneghan £89/20kg, John Cuthbert £86/20kg and Stephen and Diane Smyth £79/17kg.

FAT EWES

J and H Foster £154, £96, H Conn £111, £109, £95, £95, £76, Mervyn Boyle £109, S Patterson £101, £100, Alastair Buchanan £87, C and C Feeney £86, £78, £70, £65, Philip Anderson £83, Hugh O’Connor £82, £62, Robert Blackburn £76, James Thompson £60, £53, £45 and JDS Gray £46.

FAT RAMS

Charles McDevitt £119, James Hogg £111, Graeme Cowan £106, Hugh O’Connor £104, Ann Mullan £94 and Arthur Rainey £78.

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