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93% Clearance for Midland Club South Devons

Breed Champion: Broadwood Zeus 1

Breed Champion: Broadwood Zeus 1

There was good demand for both South Devon males and females at the Midland Club’s annual spring sale at Rugby Farmers Mart, Stoneleigh, with prices topping at 3,500 guineas and 3,100 guineas respectively, and a 93% clearance.

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South Devon Society’s Spring Sale 2018

Male Champion - Z Eyton Trusty 4

Male Champion - Male Champion - Z Eyton Trusty 4

SOUTH DEVONS TOP AT 9,600 GUINEAS AT EXETER

There was strong demand for South Devons at their recent Spring Show & Sale held at Exeter Livestock Market with some keen bidding for the best bulls that saw the top price exceed £10,000. A good selection of 32 bulls and 13 breeding females were forward, with about 90% of the cattle finding new homes, mainly in the South West. Breed Secretary Caroline Poultney said, "We are seeing a reflection of the quality of the cattle forward, and it's really pleasing to see the strength of demand for both bulls and breeding females."

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Society's Midland Club Sale 2017

MIDLAND CLUB SALE 8th May 2017

8th May 2017

SOUTH DEVONS’ AVERAGES UP AT MIDLAND CLUB SALE

This year’s Midland Club Sale saw a new venue for the South Devons, moving from Stratford to Rugby Farmers Mart at Stoneleigh, and it drew with it sellers and buyers alike from across the country.

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South Devon Society’s Autumn Sale 2017

Male Champion - North View Alfie

Male Champion - North View Alfie

9th October 2017

SOUTH DEVONS TOP 3600 GNS FOR BULLS AND 2600 GNS FOR HEIFERS AT CIRENCESTER

The South Devons’ Autumn Show & Sale at Cirencester saw interest from across the country, including purchasers from Northumberland, Essex, Cornwall, and Powys.

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South Devon Society’s Spring Sale 2017

Male Champion - Sexton Senator 8

Male Champion - Sexton Senator 8

SOUTH DEVONS’ AVERAGE UP BY £681 AT EXETER

A solid trade for bulls was to be found at Exeter for the South Devons’ Spring Sale, with 21 out of 23 bulls sold, and the average price increasing significantly by £681 even without the boost of a record-breaker.  New homes were found as far away as Essex and Lincolnshire, and there was a good demand from the South West.

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