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South Devons to 4,500 Guineas at Worcester

Male Champion: Z Colcharton Jupiter 2

Male Champion: Z Colcharton Jupiter 2

The decision by the South Devon Herd Book Society to relocate to Worcester for their Autumn Show & Sale proved the right one, and the trade buoyantly bucked the current general market trend for beef production.  South Devon vendors and purchasers travelled considerable distances to trade strong breeding stock at this popular breed society venue.

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Society's Midland Club Sale 2019

Top Price Bull: Welland Valley Dynamic 12

Top Price Bull: Welland Valley Dynamic 12

SOUTH DEVONS TOP AT 4500 GUINEAS AT RUGBY

The recent pedigree sale of South Devons at Rugby market, on behalf of the Midland Club, saw new buyers acquiring foundation stock, and existing pedigree breeders carefully selecting additions to their herds.

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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 Devons to 10,000 Guineas at Exeter

The South Devon Society saw a strong trade at their Spring Sale in Exeter, with a top price of 10,000 guineas, and an average bull price of £3,830 which represents an increase of almost £200 on the year.  Heifers also sold well, topping at 2,400 guineas, and averaging £1,943.  Overall there was a 92% clearance rate.

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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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