The rising sheep trade resulted in an increased entry of numbers from the previous sale.
On the day fat lambs sold to £92.50 and fat ewes to £75.00.
A special entry of two to four year old breeding ewes from a Killinchy farmer, sold to a top price of £135.00, leading prices in all categories as follows:
Ballyrolly farmer 26.7kg £92.50, Woodgrange farmer 25.4kg £91.00, Ballyward farmer 25kg £90.80, Bonecastle farmer 26kg £90.50, Clough farmer 25kg £90.00, Ballygowan farmer 25kg £89.50, Tyrella farmer 24.6kg £88.80, Downpatrick farmer 24.5kg £88.50, Ballynoe farmer 24.6kg £88.50, Crossgar farmer 24.5kg £88.00, Comber farmer 24.5kg £88.00, Ballyclander farmer 23.50kg £85.50, Drumaness farmer 22.9kg £85.00, Downpatrick farmer 23kg £82.50, , Ballyhornan farmer 23kg £82.00, Killough farmer 23kg £81.00, Bright farmer 20kg £73.00 and Downpatrick farmer 18.5kg £64.
Saintfield farmer £75.00, Crossgar farmer £75.00, Downpatrick farmer £75.00, Kilclief farmer £68.00, Newcastle farmer £67.00 and Downpatrick farmer £53.
Killinchy farmer, four ewes to £135.00, four ewes £95.00, Downpatrick farmer two ewes £91, Newcastle farmer two ewes £78.
Killinchy farmer one ram £75, Newtownards farmer one ram £101 and Tyrella farmer two rams £90.