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South Korea’s Music Revolution: Psy and LeeSsang are Leading the Way

LeeSsang challenges. They can go from ska to hip hop to rock in a matter of seconds. It’s the cleanest high you will ever experience.

Psy and LeeSsang don’t have the edge of having the money or the looks. Those who have money are wise enough to know that for as long as humanity remains a highly visually-dependent race, they will always bet on those who are easy on the eyes.

LeeSsang dares. They have since released 8 albums and have managed to produce a thick portfolio of hits.

Gil, the vocalist, has a harsh non-commercial sound that’s so unique, you will never mistake his voice for anyone else. You don’t know whether to follow the beat of the music or follow his rap which seems to have no pattern anyway. They eventually broke away and formed LeeSsang. His performances and songs are characterized by humor and he is famous for ‘dressing up classy and dancing cheesy’.

“Ugly” (again, that’s ugly to Korean pop music standards. Theirs is almost autobiographical. The show, Running Man, has an urban adventure game show format. It is the same uniqueness that allowed Michael Jackson to provide pop the respect it deserves in the 80s and early 90s.

They have also talked about subjects unimaginable to the impossibly well-mannered and conservative Koreans. They just create what they feel like writing.

Unclassifiable Songs

Leessang – Run feat.YB

LeeSsang – Hard to be Humble

This is an exact contradiction of idol songs that primarily talk about general subjects like attraction, love and looking good.

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They cradle you with their soft tune but fire you up with their angry words.

Their popularity may also be largely credited to a hit show where Gary has been a part of for more than two years now. Most of us weren’t alive yet when Elvis and the Beatles came to prominence. Fans are starting to learn how to listen quality music and are being introduced to new sounds.

LeeSsang and Psy both break the mold of popular Korean celebrities with their history and music. He is not good looking (again, that’s good looking to Korean pop music standards, I personally think Psy and both LeeSsang members are good looking), young and does not sing melodramatic tunes. The entertainment industry in Korea, or in any country for that matter, will always be an industry powered by money. We have that chance in Korea, thanks to LeeSsang and Psy.

In the larger view of things, perhaps the most important impact of LeeSsang and Psy are paving that pretty darn rough road for other artists to have a chance at making a living through their music without having to pay for training under a management that may or may not see them fit to become a pop star.

Psy belongs to one of the biggest management companies, YG Family. They can shift from relax to chaotic to indifference in a heartbeat.

The one problem is that they don’t speak English. I found only one other rapper who comes close, a member of Rhymester from Japan but that’s another post.

They’ll Owe it to LeeSsang and Psy

Paving the Way for Musicians

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Related Contents:. They’ll pull your body and mind to different directions and you are helpless against it. Gary, the rapper, and Gil, the vocalist, were members of the hiphop group in the 90s, Honey Family. It is the same brilliance that allowed The Beatles to put British on the map in the 60s and 70s. Their melodies have mixed different genres with so much abandon that it’s becoming increasingly difficult to classify them under one genre. And boy have they evolved.

It pushes you up with their beats but they break you apart with their lyrics.

It is still questionable whether Psy can follow through with his initial hit. Although it is true that they got noticed more through the show, it is important to consider that they already had a thick portfolio of hit songs even before Running Man. They were already a respected duo, they were already considered artists and real musicians and everyone in the industry would know that you cannot sustain musical success by winning games in a variety show.

More importantly, their songs are neither melodramatic nor hyperactive. They own themselves which allows them the freedom to experiment with their music and only the consequence of their own perfectionist heart. It is the same courage that allowed Elvis to break the monotony of manufactured sound in the US during the 50s and 60s. Gary’s style has been deemed “uncopyable” because his beats are off tempo. Those who have it will have greater influence. They experiment, explore, dig deep into their minds on new ways to make songs. Gary, the lyricist of the group, said that their lives and lives of the people around them are the primary subjects of their songs. They care about their fans and they show it by, first, caring about their music.

LeeSsang songs are far from the popular music of Korean idols. It’s actually confusing to clap to his rap. They understand it and roughly speak it but are far from being able to speak it in a way that would capture the temperaments of the language. It is not likely for him to produce another hit in the Gangnam Style level but what is important is that he has done it. No one even comes close.

They have become braver. They don’t care about critics. However, his music does not fit what is called KPop. I cannot emphasize enough that what mainstream Koreans refer to as ugly, like Psy and LeeSsang, are, in fact, handsome) musicians that have real talents now have a chance.

Their music is incredibly unpredictable and insanely unconventional. Their songs are stories of their lives, similar to the music of other HipHop greats like Tupac and Eminem. LeeSsang doesn’t give a fine eff to whatever except their own desire. It is not impossible for them to break through the US market but it is going to be extremely difficult.

TV programs are slowly paying attention to new musicians that are not necessarily backed up by the giant management companies and, perhaps more importantly, fans are starting to pay attention to non-idols. There is always an erratic mixture of feelings.

Handicapping the 2014 FIBA World Cup wild card contenders

Russia was disastrous at EuroBasket, but won that tournament in 2007 and got bronze in 2011. The Americas dutifully submit Mexico, Puerto Rico, Argentina and the Dominican Republic, plus the United States, who qualified as the reigning Olympic champion. It also has a nice little youth movement brewing, having won bronze at the 2011 under-19 World Championship.

The only rule FIBA puts out there is that no more than three teams can be chosen from any one region. 4

Another small-market NBA team didn’t fare so well. The full-pager at right appeared in Sunday’s Sacramento Bee (shot via Ryan Yamamoto). 11 in the world, and missed out on an automatic berth by tripping up in the early rounds of FIBA Asia last month. 122, also known as last place. But there they are, No. 17 in the world) or Tunisia (African’s rising star who fell flat in August). And ESPN doesn’t mind: the talking points for the broadcast team has just been written. This ranking isn’t an insult to Kings fans: it’s an accurate assessment of how the Maloofs treated Sacramento: with contempt.

A MYSTERY NO. Ranked No. Europe’s set includes host Spain, plus Croatia, France, Lithuania, Slovenia, Ukraine and Serbia.

In truth, the ranking is totally fair. (FIBA is a little pro-Europe, you see.) With all that said, here are The Hook’s top contenders for those final four spots.. The exit landed rare World Cup berths for the Philippines and South Korea, but something tells me China will end up landing in Spain, even though Europe typically gets its max three spots. But that wasn’t the case for Childress and now he can barely get a job in the NBA.

Four spots are left, and they’ll be chosen by FIBA officials based on … bizarre.

China is ranked No. 4 must be a European squad. 9 in the world. ESPN’s algorithms landed the Sacramento Kings at No. It’s surprising, because we always think of Steve Nash making life easier for role players. In 2010, the three Euro wild cards were ranked Nos. As we’re always reminded: China is a massive flippin’ market. 4 in the world) and Italy (just missed out on a World Cup bid, has four NBA players). Iran, the Philippines and South Korea will represent Asia. And because I’m very excited about the team’s potential, I’m rooting for Canada.

Russia is the best European team currently on the outside looking in. Wiggins action, and getting that started in 2014 would be just lovely. He’s gone from solid contributor and fringe Sixth Man of the Year candidate as a young player to a fringe role player by age 30. If FIBA takes Brazil and China, it seems like No. His career trajectory is just … The fourth was Puerto Rico.

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Did something else happen to his game in Greece? Did the different training style over there hold back or even reverse his growth as a player? Or was the Atlanta Childress just a mirage of a prospect? It’s quite a mystery.

CHINA

What caused it? Childress was always going to be a fit player, in my estimation. Talk about a virtuous cycle.

Canada has an incredible young core starring Anthony Bennett, Tristan Thompson, Andrew Wiggins and Andrew Nicholson. 1.

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RUSSIA

As EuroBasket has wrapped up, four spots remain up for grabs at the 2014 FIBA World Cup. So despite China no longer being the top power in Asia — Iran has a major claim to that spot — the nation seems like a good bet for a wild card spot.

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There are some really solid options for that fourth spot. Australia and New Zealand are (surprise!) both in via the two-team Oceania region. But I think it’ll be Canada or Greece. He initially signed in Greece because he and the Hawks couldn’t get a deal done during his restricted free agency. In 2006, the three Euro wild cards were Italy, Turkey and Serbia and Montenegro. It can spend all night promoting ESPN The Magazine while talking about how the Kings’ fortunes have changed. (Germany, Lithuania and Russia, respectively.) The fourth was No. The only other potential choices would be Germany (a longshot if Dirk Nowitzki doesn’t commit early), Nigeria (No. The Kings play the Pistons on ESPN on Nov. In addition, with a full complement of players in Spain, Canada might actually do damage.

SASS-RAMENTO

Josh Childress will attend the Wizards’ training camp, which provides a good reminder that Josh Childress is still around. FIBA didn’t stick 2012 Olympic host Great Britain in the 2010 World Cup, but Brazil has a case on the merits, so this could be a big factor. Angola, Egypt and Senegal will rep Africa. So, basically, that means Europe can’t have four teams. Who will get the nod? Plus, The Hook considers Josh Childress’s career arc and the Sass-ramento Kings.

Because the Kings are using that horrid ranking to promote the team’s only game on ESPN this season. The Brazilians were really, really bad in Caracas, but they’ve been good recently. They finished fifth in the 2012 Olympics, ninth in the 2010 World Championship, first in the 2009 FIBA Americas tourney and second in that same derby in 2011. There’s also no question that Brazil has the dough to make it happen.

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The Grizzlies landed atop ESPN The Magazine’s annual Ultimate Team Rankings this year, which is a little stunning because the Grizzlies are the only pro franchise in relatively-small Memphis and you wouldn’t think they could compete with the megaliths like the Lakers, Knicks, Yankees or any of the 32 NFL teams except for the Jaguars. Only two of those — Thompson and Nicholson — played this summer, and only the latter was a standout. He played all of 100 minutes in the NBA last season with Brooklyn. The international governing body will pick these in coming months. well, let’s be honest, they’ll be chosen first by who is willing to pay the organization’s bribe entrance fee. 6, 7 and 17 heading into the tournament.

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But fans are all about pride, and this is a great opportunity to tap into that while making sure the building is full for a night in the spotlight. 6 in the world, Russia won bronze in London and finished seventh at the 2010 World Championship. He spent a second year there after trying again to work out sign-and-trade deals with the Hawks. In reality, who will deliver fans to Spain will likely matter more, but there are some other practical inputs to manage.

Russia was really, really bad in Ljubljana this month, but that’s not the Russia we’ve come to expect. Then FIBA will, in theory, suss out who will improve the tournament the most. 24 Lebanon, which was suspiciously close to tournament site Turkey, geographically speaking. But there’s a compelling case to be made for another team from the Americas: Canada, which barely missed out on a bid this summer. 2 in the 2010 World Championship, but abysmal in all action since), Greece (No. He finally returned to the NBA in 2011 as a 27-year-old, signed with the Suns, and began a fall to the fringe.

That said, the bigger reason FIBA will have is that Brazil is hosting the 2016 Olympics, and the basketball squad could use some positive momentum approaching that. Also, it happens to like basketball quite a bit. Before Vivek Ranadivé bought the Kings, this franchise was in horrendous shape. FIBA would love to get some of the coming Durant vs. (Behind even the Jaguars.) But the Kings have new ownership, plans for a new arena, a totally rebuilt front office and, I guess, a whole lot of sass.

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Brazil has really good talent, none of which showed up to the FIBA Americas tournament in August. They are ranked No. The front office was stale, the lottery streak was long, the fan value was nonexistent. Where he fit in Atlanta, he did not in Phoenix. Plus, Russian basketball fans do travel a bit and they have the dough to get in the door.

Twenty teams have punched their tickets for the 2014 FIBA World Cup in Spain through regional qualification or special circumstance. This is a good team.

BRAZIL

That two-year break wasn’t an injury absence — that was his two-year sojourn in Greece. But Steve Nash runs Canada basketball now, and Wiggins is a big fish. 15 and are now selling tickets off of this injustice.

In Europe, the top competitors for a bid (other than Russia) are Turkey (No

​2015, a look ahead: Africa

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Convicted only of manslaughter and not murder, and sentenced to five years behind bars, Pistorius is unlikely to serve more than 10 months of that jail term. Dan Kelly, who recently returned from Sierra Leone, says he believes the race to develop Ebola vaccines provides some hope for ending the outbreak by the end of 2015.

For children already orphaned by Ebola, a healthier future depends on that vaccine.

They were the images of Africa that haunted us in 2014: the Boko Haram and the hundreds of girls they kidnapped in Nigeria; Oscar Pistorius; Ebola.

The message from the Vice President at the U.S.-Africa Summit in the summer of 2014 was positive.

“While waiting for vaccines to roll out and become available in West Africa, we need to be providing care and we need to be doing the best we can to use traditional public health control measures,” Dr. And what’s next for 2015? We’ve asked four of our CBS News correspondents to survey the landscape as the New Year gets up to speed.

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In Nigeria, more than 200 schoolgirls kidnapped by the extremist militant group Boko Haram are still missing, while the group’s attacks grow increasingly violent.

The Nigerian government’s military strategy against the group appears to be fading, as they are out-manned and out-gunned by Boko Haram.

But Dr. “Unless we do those things, so many more people will not just be infected, but die.”

“It has never, ever been a good bet to bet against America, and America is betting on Africa,” said Vice President Joe Biden. But detracting from the successes on the continent have been Ebola, militant Islamic violence, and a paucity of democratic states.

© 2015 CBS Interactive Inc. Here is Debora Patta in Cape Town, South Africa:

But the biggest challenge facing this continent is ending Ebola. Kelly told CBS News. Expect the prosecution to continue its appeal against that ruling, in the hopes of getting a murder conviction and a longer jail term.

The Trial.

Together with falling oil prices and a tense presidential election, the country could be further destabilized this year. Experts believe the epidemic will continue for at least another six months.

Along the spectacularly beautiful South African coastline, one can see the best that countries like this have to offer — and South Africa celebrated 20 years of democracy in 2014.

The Epidemic

And as 2015 kicks off, there remain many open wounds that demand urgent attention.

In South Africa, headlines will likely be dominated again this year by the sensational trial of one-time para-Olympic athlete Oscar Pistorius’ shooting of his glamorous model girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp behind a locked toilet door.

We’ve said goodbye to 2014

Friday the 13th – InfoBarrel

 

There are only a couple of references in literature to the superstition surrounding Friday the 13th.  

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.  But other scholars find no reference to the date being considered unlucky until the 1800s.  From hotels and high-rises being built without a 13th floor to people refusing to even go outside on the day, Friday the 13th is considered to be the most widely spread superstition in the United States.  There are many references to Friday in other mythology, but most consider the theological references as having the most merit in explaining the superstition surrounding the sixth day of the week.

Every so often the 13th day of the Gregorian calendar month lands on a Friday.  Other explanations of the unlucky number 13 can be found in the fact that there are 12 months in the year and 12 Zodiac signs.  With thirteen being unlucky due to going past the restraints of the calendar year and Earth’s orbit of the sun.

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But the combination of the two elements, happening one to three times per year, has really only become a powerful superstition over the last couple centuries.  And although horror film fans consider Friday the 13th as the day that Jason Voorhees comes to life once again to terrorize campers, very few people have a real understanding of the historical significance of the date. But it seems the best method for understanding the importance of, or the superstition surrounding, the date is to split up the elements.

The fear of the number 13, or triskaidekaphobia, can be found in everyday life in western civilization.  Although the number 13 has a long history of being considered unlucky, historical references to the combination of Friday and the 13th day of the month have a much shorter history.  But many books, like Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code, have referenced the feared date as the date in which the Knights Templar were arrested by King Philip IV in 1307.  

Fridays are considered unlucky due to being the day in which Jesus was crucified.  And although the legend of Jason Voorhees and his infamous hockey mask may be the first thing that pops into contemporary minds, the history of the superstition of the 13th day of the month falling on Friday has a rather religious, theological slant.

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Friday the 13th, or Black Friday, is thought by many scholars to have significance based on the death of Jesus Christ.  Friday is also considered to be the day in which Cain murdered Abel.  With 13 people being involved in the last supper on the eve of Christ’s crucifixion

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infrastructure, it would not necessarily be a “hostile act.”

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“Happy Valentine’s Day,” Dempsey replied.. Asked what he would consider a hostile act, Dempsey said “attacking our critical infrastructure” would be a act worthy of a similar response.

But Dempsey told the Senate Armed Services Committee where he was testifying that he cannot attribute the Chinese hacking to China’s military, the People’s Liberation Army.

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Graham noted he was about to lunch with the Vice President of China who is in the U.S. top military officer said should China’s military be found to be behind hacks into the U.S. Martin Dempsey, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said he “believe(s) someone in China is hacking into our systems and stealing technology and intellectual property which at this point is a crime.”

Asked by Republican Senator Lindsey Graham from South Carolina if it could be proven that the PLA was behind a hacking of the defense infrastructure, would it be considered a “hostile act,” Dempsey said it wasn’t necessarily.

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RN administered 125 mg of Benadryl to two-year-old: case on point: K. D. v. Adrianne Chambers, RN, 49A04-1010-C T-636 (7/13/201 l)-IN.

The Plaintiffs raised the issue of whether the

trial court abused its discretion when it; 1) granted Defendants’

motion to exclude all expert testimony by toxicologist Daniel McCoy.

Ph.D., on the grounds that he was not qualified to offer expert medical

testimony: 2.) granted Defendants’ motion in limine to exclude

evidence that Campbell suffered negligent infliction of emotional

distress, on the grounds that no such claim had been properly pleaded;

and 3) granted the Defendants’ motion in limine to exclude evidence

of breaches of the standard of care, other than the overdose of

Benadryl, that were not presented to the medical review panel. and Campbell (Plaintiffs) brought an

interlocutory appeal from the trial court’s grant of pretrial evidentiary motions by Adrianne Chambers, RN, and Riley Children’s

Hospital (Defendants).

CASE FACTS: Michelle Campbell observed her two-year-old child.

K.D., suffer a reaction from an overdose of Benadry I and filed suit on

behalf of K.D. The Defendants’ motions were granted. received other improper doses of

medication besides Benadryl, to the extent the Plaintiffs sought to

offer this claimed fact as an additional breach of the standard of”

care, which was not presented to the Review Panel. had never reacted to

Benadryl in such a manner. Retrospectively, hind sight being 20 /20, one might find it

almost inconceivable that any competent nurse could make such an error.

The contention that the error in dosage was not the proximate cause of

the permanent tremors which K.D. This case

illustrates why we have appellate courts, to right the wrongs of the

lower courts when the lower courts have failed to reach the correct

result on the law to be applied to the facts of the particular case.

Indeed, the Plaintiffs were fortunate that their counsel took an

interlocutory appeal. McCoy

and any reference to the fact that the dosage error was the cause of

permanent injury. K.D.,

who had no history of tremors before the error in dosage, and who,

within a short time after the nurse erred in administering approximately

ten times the accepted dosage of Benadryl, had a severe reaction to the

overdose that he was left with tremors, which he will, more likely than

not have for the rest of his life cannot be overlooked as the

Defendants, the Review Panel and the Trial Court would all have done but

for the judgment rendered by the appellate court in this case. Such errors are made typically in cases

in which a decimal point is involved. K.D. On May 9,

1995, Campbell took K.D. All rights reserved.

COURTS OPINION: The Court of Appeals of Indiana reversed the trial

court’s grant of the Defendants’ motion to exclude Dr.

McCoy’s expert testimony. The court affirmed the trial court’s

ruling to exclude evidence that K. The Department found that the error resulted in a

temporary condition and was not the proximate cause of K.D.’s

permanent injuries Subsequently, the Defendants filed motions consistent

with the ruling of the Department to preclude the testimony of Dr. to the ER at Riley Children’s hospital

after he sustained a bump to his head. After the proposed

complaint was presented to a medical review panel, the case was

scheduled for a jury trial. soon exhibited a reaction to the overdose, his

body shaking “as if a seizure.” K.D. The proposed complaint alleged that Nurse Chambers and the

hospital were negligent and breached the standard of care by failing to

administer the proper dosage of Benadryl which direct!) caused

K.D.’s condition. Nurses must never underestimate the

importance of the correct dosage in each case, particularly when a child

is involved. D. K.D. K.D. has continued to suffer from a

tremor that Plaintiffs claim was proximately caused by the overdose. Nurse

Chambers administered an excessive dose of 125 milligrams, when the

medically indicated dose for a child of K.D.’s size and age was

12.5 milligrams. K.D. and herself for medical malpractice. However, the court

reversed the trial court’s ruling to exclude evidence of the

allegedly improper rate at which the Benadryl W88 administered, and

remanded the case back to the trial court with instructions to issue a

revised order in limine consistent with the opinion of the court.

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. Campbell watched as Nurse

Chambers administered an intravenous dose of Benadryl to K.D. The

Plaintiffs filed an interlocutory appeal.

LEGAL COMMENTARY: The error which the nurse involved in this case

is not an unusual type of error. was hospitalized overnight, treated, and

released the next day. will suffer from is disingenuous. However pursuant to the instructions of the

appellate court, the trial court will be required to follow the

appellate court’s directive on remand.

Copyright 2011 Gale, Cengage Learning. However, there is not a scintilla of an excuse for the error made. The

Plaintiffs filed a Proposed Complaint with the Indiana Department of

Insurance. Obviously, the rulings of the trial court would

have set the stage for judgment for the Defendants on virtually all of

the key issues in the case. Since then

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Char pounds

619.13 Claremont Properties. B/face: pounds 45 and 100p Thornley Hall, pounds 40 and 85.1p

Stewartshield.

. B/face, pounds 17.80 Willimoteswick Farm.

Top price per kilo was 143ppk for a pen of Tex X lambs from Messrs

Jenkinson of Clifton Moor Farm, bought by Steven Stoddart.

Top price per kilo was 117.73p for a pen of Tex X lambs shown by J

J Harker and Sons, Lane Head Farm, Boltongate, Wigton and bought by S

Stoddart for D Nattrass, butcher, The Market, Carlisle

Lambs over 35kg – Tex pounds 48.20 Greta Farm, pounds 46.80 High

Parkwall, pounds 45.50 East Newhouses, pounds 44.50 Hetherick, pounds

43.50 Village Farm, pounds 43.50 Dirt Pitt.

Blonde pounds 480.08 High Bow.

Lean mule ewes to pounds 25 Fallowfield; Scottish B/face to pounds

18.50 Redesdale.

Leading prices (all Xs): Lambs to 35kg, Swaledale, pounds 28.50

Revelin, pounds 27.20 Valance Lodge, pounds 26.80 Woolpit Hills, pounds

26.80 Low Rigg.

Mule pounds 36 Thockrington, pounds 34 Wall Town Farm, pounds 33.50

Morrow Edge, pounds 33 West Hayden, the Birks, Little Swinburne, Morrow

Edge, pounds 31.80 Glebe Farm, pounds 31.50 Dunns Houses.

Averages lambs 17-34kg to 94p averaging 84.79ppk; 34.1kg-39kg to

104p averaging 97.59ppk; 39.1kg-45.6kg to 105 averaging 102.16ppk;

Another useful selection of cattle met a stronger trade on the

week.

Tex pounds 37.20 Scotby Ghyll Farm, pounds 35.80 Parkhead, pounds

34.80 Bolton Wood House, pounds 33.20 Gift Hall Farm, pounds 33

Newbiggin Hall.

There was an entry of 2,047 Blackface and Swaledale ewe lambs.

Mule pounds 59.50 Watch Currock, pounds 48.20 Rusheylaw, pounds

46.80 Kellah, pounds 46 and pounds 45.60 Rusheylaw, pounds 45.30

Broomhope, pounds 44.80 Beacon Rigg.

Char X: pounds 49.80 High Wiserley, pounds 49.40 Houselope Grange,

pounds 44 Hargill Farm; 104.5p Newlands Hall, 104.3p Brotherlee, 103.9p

Newlands Hall.

Lim 115.5 Midtown (Graham), 115.5 and 103.5 Greenhill Farm, 114.5

High Plasketlands, 109.5, 107.5 and 106.5 Clea Mire, 107.5 and 103.5

Midtown Farm (Gray); 100.5 Priory Farm.

115.5p Latterford, 113.3p Mickley Moor, 109.1p Flotterton, 108.4p

Beaumont House, 104.4p Flotterton, 102.2p Latterford, 101.6p Rusheylaw.

Angus X hfr with calf pounds 500 Limekilns.

Lot 922, John Forsyth, Lochlands Farm, Maybole, Ayrshire, Glenside

Junior, 11,000gns to JD Houghton, Isherwood Farm, Affetside, Bury,

Lancs.

Averages, Trend 15 aged rams, pounds 480.90 -pounds 109.54 327

shearling rams pounds 899.47 +pounds 236.01 391 lamb rams, pounds

1,025.43 +pounds 462.06 196 shearling gimmers pounds 435.29 +pounds

73.75) 18 ewe lambs pounds 257.83 -pounds 58.22

The top price was 134.5p per kg paid for a Lim X hfr shown by

Messrs Graham, Miller Hill, Gilsland and bought by S Stoddart, Wigton.

This also made the top price per head of pounds 723.25. Charolais pounds 680.23 Old

Hall Farm.

The top price was pounds 57.80 for a pen of Texel cross lambs shown

by G N and D M Bowe, Bothel Parks and bought by R J Harrison, butcher,

Wigton.

The sale average for Cheviots was up pounds 4.02 on the year.

Lim pounds 592 Wood Farm.

The sale was topped at pounds 41.50 by a pen of Cheviot crosses

from Carrick.

Tex pounds 66, pounds 59.50 Thirlwall Castle, pounds 65 Clifton

Moor Farm, pounds 57, pounds 56 Haltcliffe Bridge, pounds 57

Willimoteswick Farm, pounds 56.20, pounds 55 Tiffinthwaite Farm, pounds

55 (x2) Middle Farm.

Holst X bks (blue CID) pounds 410, pounds 385 Sarkside.

Ewes – Swaledale pounds 21.20 Dirt Pitt, pounds 17.80 Village Farm.

Swaledale Rams, pounds 24 Lane Head, pounds 24 Hield House.

pounds 81 Quarry House (x3), pounds 80 The Steel, Burn Bank,

Brownleazes, Harsondale, pounds 79 Blackburn, pounds 78 Yatesfield,

Carry House (x2), Quarry House, pounds 77 The Steel (x2), Broomhope,

Redesmouth.

Lot 76, Douganhill Farms, Douganhill, 1,800gns to R and J

Mullholland, Midtown Farm, Great Orton, Carlisle, Cumbria (reserve

champion).

Lot 906, Margaret I Lyon, Milnbank, Ardmiddle, Turriff,

Aberdeenshire, Milnbank Jubilee, 10,000gns to PK Woof, Storth End Farm,

Stainton, Kendal, Cumbria; R S and J Bradley, Far Hey Farm, Cross Lane,

Salterforth, Colne, Lancs.

BB 113.5 The Hill Farm, 103.5 Rose Farm, 101.5 Brinns Farm, 100.5

Bog Hall, 100.5 Kirkland Hall.

Feeding ewes were again good to sell to a top of pounds 34 for

Texels from Winshield, who also sold Swaledales at pounds 18, G/faces to

pounds 32.50, Lynnshield, and B/faces pounds 14.50 Fenwick.

Bulls sold to 116.5p per kg twice, both paid to Messrs Fell,

Stanger Hill, Whitrigg for BB Xs and both bought by S Stoddart for D

Nattrass, The Market, Carlisle.

Leic pounds 31.50 Hot Bank.

Leading bullock prices (all Xs): Lim pounds 786.63, pounds 773.85,

pounds 747.18, pounds 740.18, pounds 736.38, pounds 710.60 Old Hall

Farm, pounds 754.08 Wavercroft Farm, pounds 719.33 Greenhills, pounds

700.15 Sceughmire, pounds 697 Northdyke Farm. Blonde X

pounds 615 East Newham; pounds 440 Theakston Grange.

Top price for mule wether lambs is pounds 35.50 for a pen from

Hareshaw.

Lot 419, P K Woof, Storth End Farm, Stainton, Kendal, Cumbria,

Stainton Instructor, 6,000gns to G E Hunter, Beck Houses, Greyrigg,

Kendal, Cumbria.

Prime sheep – Lambs: A good quality entry of lambs were forward.

Following the recent fall in price all classes were cheaper, although a

satisfactory trade resulted.

Store Lambs:

Lot 228, Gordon Gray, Lindean, Selkirk, Ettrick, 4,100gns to K A

and R Campbell, Drimsynie Estates, Lochgoilhead, Argyll.

Swaledale pounds 70 Low Leam (WT), pounds 56 Garretshields, pounds

49 Townfoot, pounds 46 Greenleighton,

A good show of both tupping and running lambs were on offer to a

full ring of buyers.

Top of pounds 33.50 for a pen of pounds 33.50 for a pen of 120 from

Tweedshaws, followed at pounds 31.20 Langholm Farms, pounds 30 Dunblane.

Ewe lambs to pounds 32 Stobohope.

pounds 495 Tone Hall (11m); pounds 480 Norwood; pounds 470 Paxton

Dene and Colwell Demesne;

Lim 134.5, 131.5 and 129.5 Miller Hill; 115.5 and 103.5 Bothel

Parks, 114.5 and 104.5 Lessonhall (Dixon), 102.5 Tarnrigg Moor.

Suffolk pounds 33 Inveresk Reasearch. Lim pounds 592 Wood Farm. BB bks

(green CID) pounds 580 Loughrigg, pounds 555 Galemire House.

GF pounds 24.50 Lessonhall (Dixon).

Leading hfr prices (all Xs): BB pounds 623.10 Skelcies Hall.

Suff X pounds 54.80 Brokenheugh, pounds 52.80 Mickley Moor, pounds

52.50 Black Heddon, pounds 51.80 Thockrington Farm, pounds 51 Errington

Red House and Whitechapel, pounds 50.80 Dewlaw.

G/face pounds 36.80 Woodside, pounds 36 Over Whitlaw, pounds 35.80

High Burnfoot and Glentoo, pounds 35.50 Hole of Lyne.

pounds 575 Little Harle; pounds 572 Norwood; pounds 562 East Newham

and Linbriggs; pounds 550 and pounds 545 East Newham; pounds 530 Colwell

Demesne;

Sim X pounds 642 Thrunton Lowfield. Mini hessian barley straw sold to pounds 39 per tonne.

BB pounds 632.08, pounds 594.50 Claremont Properties, pounds 596.40

Walby Grange.

1 J D Longlands Tonehall pounds 84;

Buyers were out in force with demand excellent for the first sale.

At the sale of B/faces, again trade was sharper with plenty of

buyers present, all classes showed a rise of pounds 4.28 on the year.

Charollais pounds 45.80 and pounds 44.20 High Hall, pounds 44.20

Fellside (Pears), pounds 42.80 Riggwood.

Suffolk, pounds 46 Greenways, pounds 42.80 West Underheath.

Suffolk X (ex Mule):

Suff X pounds 43 Whitehall (DB), pounds 40.20 Mickley Moor, pounds

40 Todburn, pounds 30.50 East Uppertown.

The sale was topped at pounds 745 for a Lim X Steer on Blue from

Hedley West with heifers selling to pounds 645 for Lim X from Cheviot

Farm.

Mule pounds 35.50 Hareshaw, pounds 35 Harsondale, pounds 32

Carrick, 330 Benshaw Moor, pounds 29.50 Hepple Whitefield, pounds 28.80

Harsondale.

Forward heifers, in particular, sold well above expectations.

Store cattle: Lim bks (green CID) pounds 580 Loughrigg. Blackface pounds 33

Carrick, pounds 32 Burdonside, pounds 30.80 Rookland, pounds 30 Carrick,

pounds 29.80 and pounds 29.20 Harsondale, pounds 28.50 Rookland, pounds

28 West End Town, pounds 27.40 Hopefoot, pounds 26.80 Townfoot.

Prize List:

The mart forward 35 cattle, 4,830 prime lambs and 583 cast ewes and

rams.

Leading lamb prices (all Xs): Beltex pounds 68 Thirlwall Castle,

pounds 61.20 Newbiggin Hall.

The sale – the biggest two-day sale of Texels in England, Scotland

and Wales with more than 1,200 rams and females sold – was a great show

for the Solway and Tyne Texel Breeders Club.

Saler hfrs pounds 290 Dornock House.

At the sale of Hill Cheviots and B/faces, 1,001 Cheviots and 1,210

B/faces were forward.

Top Prices

Tex pounds 57.80, pounds 52 and pounds 51.80 Bothel Parks, pounds

55, pounds 51 and pounds 50 Thistlebottom, pounds 54.80, pounds 54 and

pounds 51.50 Lessonhall (Dixon), pounds 54.50 High Hall, pounds 52.20,

pounds 48 and pounds 46.20 Sandhills, pounds 51.80 Jenkins Cross, pounds

51.80 Lane Head Farm, pounds 49 and pounds 48.80 Greenbank, pounds 48.20

Newlands Grange, pounds 48.20 Thwaites Farm, pounds 47.80, pounds 46.50

and pounds 46.20 Clea Hall, pounds 47.50 Anvil House, pounds 47 Midtown

Farm, pounds 46.50 and pounds 45.80 Skiddaw View, pounds 46 Manor Farm,

pounds 45.50 Fellside Farm (Coulthard), pounds 45.50 Westward Parks.

Centre records were smashed when a pedigree Texel ram sold for

120,000gns – 2,000gns short of the world record for a sheep.

Leading averages: Quarry House 191, average pounds 78.12; The Steel

205, average pounds 74.39; Carry House 150, average pounds 73.16; Low

Leam 200, average pounds 73; Rusheylaw 69, average pounds 72.97;

Yatesfield 75, average pounds 72.66.

Mule, pounds 42 High Cross, pounds 42 Step Ends, pounds 41.20 East

Underheath.

South Devon hfrs pounds 310 Nettling Flatt.

105.4p West Shield, 103.8p High Toft Hill, 103.6p Parsons Byre,

103.3p High Wiserely, Thornley Hall, Woodlands Place, 103.2p Stockley

Burn, 103.1p Hargill Farm, 103p Nettlesworth West Ho, 102.7p East Park

Farm and Satley Farm, 102.6p West Shield, Rosehill, Baal Hill and

Nettlesworth West Ho, 102.4p Wales Moor Farm.

pounds 630 Homilton (18m) and Springwood (17m); pounds 602

Springwood (17m); pounds 580, pounds 545 and pounds 535 Old Ravensworth

(18m); pounds 530 Thrunton Lowfield (15m); pounds 515 South Farm

Kirkheaton (14m).

Tex X pounds 40 Breckon Hill, pounds 39 Hedley Park, pounds 38 Hot

Bank, pounds 36.80 Morrow Edge, pounds 34 Hedley Park and Huntershield,

pounds 33 Currock Hill.

Lot 758, Douganhill Farms, Orchardtown Mains, Palnackie, Castle

Douglas, Douganhill Jeronimo, 48,000gns to M M A Ridley,

Haltcliffe, Hesket-new-Market, Wigton, Cumbria.

B/W88.5 Dockray Farm.

Other Prizes:

Simm pounds 620.13 Claremont Properties.

Char 116.5 Whitelees, 98.5 and 95.5 Tarnrigg Moor, 97.5 and 96.5

Mechi.

pounds 76, Carry House, Whiteside, Low Leam (x2), pounds 75

Cranberry Brow, Rusheylaw (x2), The Steel, Low Leam, (x2), pounds 74

Carry House, The Steel, Burnbank, Broomhope, Brownleazes, Quarry house,

(x2), West Nubbuck, Low Leam.

Store lambs: Suff Xs pounds 41.20 D’Mainholm, pounds 40.20

Glenkiln, pounds 39.20 Glendhu, pounds 39 Hermitage.

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102.5p Black Heddon, 103.5p Peacock House.

At the weekly sale of hay, straw and other fodder crops round bales

of hay sold to pounds 52 per tonne. Swaledale pounds 22.20

Willimoteswick Farm, pounds 19.70, pounds 16.90 Hargill House, pounds

17.30 Broadmea. Black and Whites pounds 584.33, pounds 527 Edenbank

Farm, pounds 569.63, pounds 525.53 Wood Farm, pounds 533.80 Dinwoodie

Green, pounds 502.78 South View. Hereford pounds 545.75 Mirkbooths.

North Country Cheviots sold to pounds 39.80 Gillesbie Farms,

closely followed at pounds 39 Meiklewhitriggs and pounds 38 Effgill.

Top of pounds 44.80 for Suff Xs from Lynnshield; Tex Xs pounds 44

Enthorn; BDM X pounds 43.50 Ewesbank; Charollais X pounds 39 Ewesbank;

G/face pounds 37.20 Bailey Mill; Cheviot mule pounds 38.50 Rushend;

Lleyns pounds 34 Over Whitlaw; Swale pounds 21.50 Winshield. Blonde X hfr 106.5p Hindley. Sim pounds 620.13 Claremont Properties. MRI pounds 586.23

Dinwoodie Green. A poorer show of mainly grass fed prime

cattle met a more hesitant demand.

95.2p Low House Farm, 94.7p Thornley Park, 90.5p Ambling Gate,

86.3p Stewartshields.

Lot 1070, William J Knox, Mid Haddo, Fyvie, Turriff, Aberdeenshire,

Haddo Jolt, 10,000gns to J and W Mellin, Hull House, Hellifield,

Skipton, North Yorkshire (champion).

Leading prices -

1 M Davy Warton pounds 66;

Lot 968, Robert Mulligan, Banbridge, County Down, Northern Ireland,

Brague Jodami, 7,000gns to D P Currie and Son, Beautry House, Rathmell,

Settle, North Yorkshire.

Leading bull prices (all Xs):

A small but quality entry of ewe lambs met a strong enquiry

throughout.

The drought and recent fall in the finished market meant buyers

proved cautious.

Sim bks (blue CID) pounds 625 Galemire House, pounds 495 Moss Side.

Suff X pounds 56.50 Satley Farm, pounds 53.20 Thornley Hall,

Leading bull prices (all Xs): Blonde, pounds 710.68 Little Galla

Farm. Quality well-finished sheep met a strong demand on a top of

123.7p/kg for Tex X lambs from Hedley Park.

A ram lamb from Douganhill Farms had earlier broke the Carlisle

centre record for a sheep at 48,000gns.

Before the sale, judge Charles Thornally awarded the Edward Jackson Silver Challenge Cup to Messrs J D Longlands, Tonehall, with an

outstanding pen of Suff X mule ewe lambs which made pounds 84.

At the mart’s fortnightly sale of store and beef breeding

cattle, there were 389 store cattle and 35 beef breeding cattle forward.

Late rates were easily upheld to a top of pounds 790 for a Lim X hfr

with bull calf from Standen Hey.

Lot 782, G H and C M Wilkinson, Arkleby House, Arkleby, Aspatria,

Arkle Jaguar, 26,000gns to J Cullen, Craighead Farm, Kilncadzow,

Carluke, Lanarkshire; Firm of R Black, Craighouse, Corrie, Lockerbie,

Dumfriesshire; T Nesbitt Son, Alwent Hall, Winston, Darlington,

County Durham.

Leic pounds 57 and 95p Rosehill, pounds 49.40 and 98.8p Beacon

Rigg.

Lot 1072, William J Knox, Haddo Jaguar, 4,500gns to W G Halliday,

Paulsland, Ecclefechan, Lockerbie, Dumfriesshire.

Charollais X pounds 38 Close.

Suff X mule pounds 73, pounds 70 Hollin Hill; Suff X pounds 66 and

pounds 62 East Trewick; Feeding ewes (123).

Char X pounds 600 (x2) Rusheylaw; pounds 580 Coldwell;

BDM: pounds 27 Aiglegill

Top prices: N C Cheviot pounds 41.50 Carrick; Tex X pounds 38.80

Girsonfield, pounds 36 The Haining, pounds 34.80 Burdonside, pounds

34.50 Low Carriteth, Suff X pounds 38 Hepple Whitefield, pounds 35.80

Burdonside.

Sim X pounds 610 West Uppertown; pounds 490 Bishopton; pounds 475

Little Harle; pounds 460 Bishopton.

Trade for quality lambs were in demand with secondary sorts harder

to sell.

Blonde 103.5 Stanger Hill.

Char bks (blue CID) pounds 575 How Cottage.

Blonde pounds 696.33 Old Hall Farm. Blonde pounds 480.08 High Bow.

Aberdeen Angus breeding bull pounds 720 Hobbiesburn.

Suff pounds 55 Lessonhall (Dixon), pounds 51 Manor Farm, pounds

49.20 Clea Hall, pounds 48.50 Bolton Cottage Farm, pounds 47.20 High

Hall, pounds 46.80 Lane Head Farm, pounds 45.80 Westward Parks.

The ram is by Cornerstone Isaac which was loaned from the Watchknow

flock of Jim Warnock, of Sandilands, Lanark, which also sired a tup that

sold for 22,000gns in Lanark in August.

At 20,000gns was Tophill Jewel bred by J D Houghton, of Isherwood

Farm, Affetside, Bury, Lancashire, which sold to T MacTaggart, Rascarrel

Farm, Auchencairn, Castle Douglas, Kirkcudbrightshire; Boden

Davies Ltd, Mellor Hall Farm, Mellor, near Stockport, Cheshire; Idris

Morris, Y Fachell, Llanddeiniolen, Caernarfon.

pounds 51.30 Baal Hill; 110p 109.6p High Hedley Hope, 108.5p

106.8p Stockley Burn, 105.7p Low Wiserley.

BB 116.5 (x2) Stanger Hill.

Leading bullock prices (all Xs): Lim pounds 786.63, pounds 773.85,

pounds 747.18, pounds 740.18, pounds 736.38, pounds 710.60 Old Hall

Farm, pounds 754.08 Wavercroft Farm, pounds 719.33 Greenhills, pounds

700.15 Sceughmire, pounds 697 Northdyke Farm.

G/face pounds 44.20 and pounds 41.20 Woodhall.

Tex X pounds 41.50 Hermitage, pounds 40 Peterburn, pounds 38.50

Glentoo, pounds 38 Glenkiln, pounds 37.80 Stoneygill.

Char X pounds 49.80 High Wiserley, pounds 49.40 Houselope Grange,

pounds 44 Hargill Farm, pounds 43.80 Brotherlee, pounds 42.60 and pounds

41.80 Newlands Hall

Cheviot Mule pounds 36.80 Easter Alemoor.

Char X pounds 580 Thrunton Lowfield (18m)

Lot 1206, Andrew Dunbar, Kerse, Johnstonbridge, Lockerbie, Kerse

Jonah, 4,000gns to P Richardson, Sandhills, Bassenthwaite, Keswick,

Cumbria.

MRI pounds 586.23 Dinwoodie Green.

Suff X (ex Scotch half-bred):

The mart sold 583 cast ewes and rams.

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Blackface wethers sold to a top of pounds 33 twice for pens from

Carrick and Townfield.

Lim X pounds 645 Cheviot; pounds 610 Paxton Dene; pounds 600 East

Newham (x2) and Garretshields;

Hill Chev X pounds 30, pounds 29.80 Bellshiel. Stephen Grahams

consignment of cattle averaged 125p.

Shearling rams: Loosebeare, 8, pounds 16,599.18; Stainton, 6,

pounds 1,303.75; Seneirl, 7, pounds 1,065; Haltcliffe, 4, pounds 958.13;

Barrowby, 858.38; Douganhill, 8, pounds 741.56; Lochar, 8, pounds

715.31; Thistlewood, 8, pounds 711.38; Alwent, 5, pounds 703.50;

Heyworth, 6, pounds 700; North Quarter, 7, pounds 670.50; Goldies, 8,

pounds 653.63; Lockerbie, 7, pounds 580.50; Parkholme, 7, pounds 541.50;

Lochwood, 6, pounds 502.25.

Parth 95.5 Thwaites Farm.

The top price per head for a bullock was pounds 760.72 for a

Limousin shown by A D and A Richardson, Low Bank End Farm, Appleby.

2 A J and H Gordon, Old Deanham pounds 68.

Char X pounds 51 Mickley Moor, pounds 50.80 Laterford, pounds 49.80

Rusheylaw, pounds 47 Latteford and Flotterton, pounds 4660 Beaumont

House, pounds 45.80 Flotterton.

Suff pounds 48.20, pounds 47.40 Bygate, pounds 48 Grapes Farm,

pounds 47.90, pounds 47.70 Allerby Hall, pounds 47 Parkhead Farm, pounds

46.90 Sandwath Farm, pounds 46 (x2) High Floweryhirst, pounds 45.70 East

View, pounds 45.50 Pasture House, pounds 45.40 Shield Green, pounds

45.20 Steeley Farm, pounds 45 Street House.

Champion pen R Carr, Homilton, sold at pounds 83 to J Bell, East

Wingates. Blonde, pounds 696.33 Old

Hall Farm. Rams to pounds 24 averaging

pounds 23.03.

The syndicate, who will use the ram by AI, are Allen Cullen, for

his Craighead flock, at Carluke, Lanark, Doug Nesbitt and sons Steven

and David for their Alwent flock at Winston, Darlington, and Jim Black for his Corrie flock at Lockerbie.

Bullocks made a top price of 113.25p per kg for a BB shown by D G

and B E Hurst, The Hill Farm, Silloth and bought by Forth Meat Supplies,

Galashiels.

From William Knox’s Haddo flock at Fyvie, Turriff,

Aberdeenshire, Haddo Jolt, sold to J and W Mellin, Hull House,

Hellifield, Skipton, North Yorkshire.

Lim X pounds 745 and pounds 720 Hedley West (19/21m); pounds 672,

pounds 670, pounds 662 and pounds 655 Homilton (18m); pounds 635 Colwell

Demesne (20m);

Char pounds 619.13 Claremont Properties.

Top, averages LW 97.50 (97.50) SW 103.09 (101.26) MW 117.73 (99.02)

HW 110.21 (98.35) OW 107.04 (101.85)

Lleyn pounds 44.20 Norman Farm.

Top prices: Mule ewe lambs pounds 83 Homilton, pounds 82 Broomhope

and Quarry House.

The mart had forward 580 ewe lambs at their sale of Suffolk and

Texel X ewe lambs incorporating the Rothbury Sale.

104.5p Newlands Hall, 104.3p Brotherlee, 103.9p Newlands Hall,

103.8p High Wiserely, 102.9p Houselope Grange.

Lot 1114, R and M Struthers, Collielaw Farm, Carluke, Lanark,

Collielaw Jumbo, 5,000gns to R and J Osborne, Castlehill, Durisdeer,

Thornhill, Dumfries; J and C Hastings, Rosehill, Holywood, Dumfries.

Black Whites pounds 584.33, pounds 527 Edenbank Farm, pounds

569.63, pounds 525.53 Wood Farm, pounds 533.80 Dinwoodie Green, pounds

502.78 South View.

Sim X cow with calf pounds 650 Whitehouse.

109.6p Stone Hall, 106.2p Halton Red House, 105.6p Loadman, 104.9p

Fell Lane, 104.7p Black Heddon, 104.3p Cowbyres.

Selling at 26,000gns to another syndicate of breeders was the

February-born ram lamb Arkle Jaguar shown by George Wilkinson, of

Arkleby, Aspatria, with his father Harry.

B/face pounds 45 and 100p Thornley Hall, pounds 40 and 85.1p

Stewartshield.

Tex X pounds 52.20 Satley Farm, pounds 52 Grange Farm,

Lot 227, Gordon Gray, 2,000gns to P E Starkey, Elgendon Dale Road,

Elloughton, Brough, East Yorkshire.

B/W 85.5 Wellington Farm, 85.5 Priory Farm, 84.5 Prospect Farm.

Lamb rams – Douganhill, 5, pounds 11,109; Tophill, 4, pounds

9,581.25; Arkle, 4, pounds 7,875; Haddo, 5, pounds 4,519.20; Skiddaw, 3,

pounds 3,674.83; Glenside, 4, pounds 3,399.37; Milnbank, 5, pounds

3,087; Brague, 4, pounds 2,940; Forkins, 5, pounds 2,614.50; Baltier, 5,

pounds 2,299.50; Corrielaw, 4, pounds 1,645.88; Lochar, 4, pounds

1,640.63; Ettrick, 5, pounds 1,554; Fachell, 5, pounds 1,539.30;

Crookholm, 5, pounds 1,211.70; Muiresk, 5, pounds 1,023.75.

Blonde pounds 710.68 Little Galla Farm.

2 G D Herdman Edlingham Demesne pounds 70;

Top price per head was pounds 68 for a pen of Beltex Xs from Messrs

Scott of Thirlwall Castle, bought by butcher Messrs Mullholland of Great

Orton.

110p and 109.6p High Hedley Hope, 108.5p and 106.8p Stockley Burn,

105.7p Low Wiserley, 105.2p Nettlesworth West Ho, 105p Thornley

Park104.8p Low Wiserley and East Park Farm, 104.7p High Toft Hill,

104.5p Hargill Farm and Baal Hill, 104.3p and 104p Thornley Hall,

Store lambs were forward in larger numbers and with more distant

buyers present for the first time, all classes met a strong demand at

late rates.

Angus hfrs pounds 490, pounds 410 Bush on Lyne, pounds 440, pounds

402 Galemire.

3 J Charlton Hillend pounds 71.

101.9p Dunshiel, 97.4p Townshiel, 95p Grindon Hill.

Lambs: Fewer lambs forward on the week. Char pounds 680.23 Old Hall Farm.

The weekly prime stock sale presented 142 prime cattle, 59 prime

bulls, 3,006 lambs and 199 cast ewes and rams.

Douganhill Jeronimo, shown by Brian MacTaggart and son David of

Orchardtown Mains, Palnackie, Castle Douglas, was bought by father and

son Matt and Craig Ridley of Haltcliffe, Hesket Newmarket, Wigton,

Cumbria.

B/face: pounds 28.20 Dunns Houses, pounds 28 Penpeugh, pounds 27.50

Hot Bank, pounds 25 and pounds 22.20 Toft House, pounds 22 Dunns Houses,

pounds 21.20 Lee Hall.

The champion selected by judge Muriel Johnston, of Courthill,

Crocketford, Dumfries, sold for the joint sixth top price of the sale at

10,000gns, with three other rams selling for 11,000gns apiece.

Charollais, pounds 47 Newton Lodge, pounds 46.20 High Park Wall,

pounds 42.80 Wool House.

Leading ewe prices (all Xs): B/faced Leicester, pounds 47.20,

pounds 43.50 Albert Cottage, pounds 38.30, pounds 34.30 Haining House.

G/face pounds 44.60 Hunley Farm, pounds 30.60 Shield Green, pounds 30.20

Newby Hall.

Lim bks (blue CID) pounds 628 Streethead, pounds 600 The Haven,

pounds 595 Lodge Hill, pounds 590, pounds 580 Galemire, pounds 560

Ryehills (Hogg), pounds 548, pounds 540 The Flex, pounds 535 How

Cottage.

B/face pounds 46 The Steel, pounds 41.80 Hotbank, pounds 38.20

Broomhope, pounds 38 Lee Hall, pounds 37.50 Beamwham and Penpeugh.

Steers on Blue:

Mule: pounds 40 Low House Farm, pounds 38 Ambling Gate, pounds 36

Thornley Park, pounds 35.40 Stewartshield, pounds 32 Rosehill.

Top prices: Tex X ewe lambs to pounds 80 for a pen of 3/4 bred

Texels from Hallington Newhouses.

Angus bks (blue CID) pounds 600 Bush on Lyne, pounds 540 Arthuret

and Galemire House, pounds 525 Arthuret, pounds 468 Spadeadam.

Blonde d’Aquitaine hfrs pounds 290 Whitehouse.

Belg X pounds 500 Theakston Grange.

pounds 51.80 Parsons Byres; 105.4p West Shield, 103.8p High Toft

Hill, 103.6p Parsons Byre.

95p Hotbank, 93.9p the Steel, 91.5p Beamwham, 91p Broomhope, 89.3p

Penpeugh, 89 Dunshiel.

B/face, pounds 41.80 Reathwaite Farm, pounds 41.80 The Faulds.

Sim X pounds 635 and pounds 610 West Uppertown.

The shearling ram from Andrew and Mark Quick, of Crediton, Devon,

was bought by a syndicate of three Scottish pedigree breeders, John

Forsyth, for his Glenside flock, of Maybole, Ayrshire, Colin Mair,

Muiresk flock, of Turriff, Aberdeenshire, and Jimmy Douglas, Cairness

flock, of Fraserburgh.

Lot 1074, William J Knox, Haddo Judge, 6,000gns to T A Jackson,

Boat Farm, Thankerton, Biggar, Lanakrshire; A Barr, Parkhouse,

Quothquan, Biggar, Lanarkshire.

BB hfrs pounds 318 Galemire House, pounds 310, pounds 300

Winterhope, pounds 300 Moss Side.

Lim X pounds 710 China Hall; pounds 685 Thrunton Lowfield; pounds

680 China Hall; pounds 675 Colwell Demesne; pounds 670 and pounds 660

China Hall; pounds 615 Keepershield; pounds 612 High Alderheads.

BB X pounds 398 Theakston Grange; pounds 388 Bishopton. BB X pounds 685 Thrunton

Lowfield (20m); pounds 680 and pounds 610 (20m) Blossom Hill.

Tex X pounds 37 Townfoot, Slaley.

Parth; 112.5 and 104.5 Marina House.

Leading hfr prices (all Xs): BB pounds 623.10 Skelcies Hall. However there were still a

large portion of leaner and plainer lambs which pulled the average down

to 99.4p. Third prize pen, J Browell Sons,

Quarry House, sold at pounds 82 to A and D Proctor, Swarland Old Hall.

Chev X pounds 42.80 Dunshiel, pounds 38 Townshield, Grindon Hill

and Three Farms.

Swaledale pounds 19.50 Glebe Farm, pounds 18.50 College Farm,

pounds 17.80 Little Swinburne, pounds 17 Fair Hill, pounds 16.50

Penpeugh, pounds 16 Stone Stile.

Suffolk X pounds 56.50 Satley Farm, pounds 53.20 Thornley Hall,

pounds 51.80 Parsons Byres, pounds 50 Satley Farm, pounds 49.80 Blakeley

Hill Farm, pounds 49.60 High Wiserley, pounds 49.50 Hargill Farm, pounds

49 Parsons Byres and Lunns House, pounds 48.50 Stockley Burn Farm,

pounds 47.40 and pounds 47.20 Nettlesworth West Ho, pounds 47.20 Baal

Hill, Rosehill and West Shield, pounds 47 Friarside.

Rams: Lot 645, E W Quick, Zeal Monachorum, Crediton, Devon,

Loosebeare Imp, 120,000gns to J P Forsyth, Glenside Farm, Maybole,

Ayrshire; J G Douglas, Woodhead of Cairness, Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire;

S G Mair and Sons, Kinnermit, Turriff, Aberdeenshire.

Tupping lambs maintained the strong rates of the first sale with

running lambs a good level trade throughout.

Hereford hfrs pounds 300 Nettling Flatts.

Char 104.5 and 103.5 Rose Farm, 103.5 Brinns Farm, 102.5 Kirkland

Hall.

Other princiapl prices -

Mont 92.5 and 91.5 Isel Old Park.

Gelb 94.5 and 93.5 Howgill Farm.

pounds 570 and pounds 560 Rusheylaw; pounds 550 Little Harle;

pounds 542 and pounds 540 Tone Hall (11m); pounds 525 Reenes; pounds 518

and pounds 505 Coldwell.

Hill Cheviot pounds 60 Wavercroft Farm, pounds 49.40, pounds 49.10,

pounds 47 Bog Hall, pounds 49 Reddings.

Lot 879, Alastair Gault, Newtonabbey, County Antrim, Northern

Ireland, Forkins Jacko, 11,000gns to K D and D E Millar and Ptrs,

Crookholm Farm, Canonbie, Dumfriesshire; J W Irving, No 6 Stonehouse,

Gretna, Dumfriesshire.

Blonde X pounds 600 and pounds 595 Springwood (17m).

Sim 94.5 Fern House.

123.7p Hedley Park, 118.8p Blackburn, 118.4p Cooper House, 117.8p

Hallington New House, 117.2p Airey Hill, 116.3p Hedley Park.

Lim pounds 506.80 Baileytown, pounds 490.10 Randalholme, pounds

472.70 Mirkbooths, pounds 458.45 Longhurst.

Hereford, pounds 545.75 Mirkbooths.

Tex X pounds 52.50 Satley Farm, pounds 52 Grange Farm, pounds 51.30

Baal Hill, pounds 50.50 Nettlesworth West Farm, pounds 49 Thornley Hall,

pounds 48.20 High Hedley Hope, pounds 47.60 Friarside, pounds 47.20 High

Wiserley, pounds 47 Stockley Burn, pounds 46.80 Thornley Hall and Grange

Farm, pounds 46.20 Greenland Farm, pounds 46 Rosehill, pounds 45.60 West

Shield, pounds 45 50 South Farm Cornsay.

Prime cattle: Bulls continued to sell well with trade being up to

last week’s high rates. Tup lambs

to pounds 33 Glenkiln.

Char X pounds 730 Hedley West; pounds 680 and pounds 670 Thrunton

Lowfield; pounds 625 Peppermoor.

Leading prices: Blackface pounds 74 Greenleighton, pounds 71

Yatesfield, pounds 70 Townfoot, Duns Houses, Penpeugh, Redesmouth,

pounds 69 Duns House, pounds 68 Penpeugh, pounds 66 Yatesfield, pounds

66 The Brigg, pounds 65 Duns Houses, pounds 65 Newbiggin, pounds 64 and

pounds 62 Greenleighton, pounds 60 Yatesfield, Townfoot, Cranberry Brow,

Pottsdurtrees, Greenleighton, Townshield.

Lim X hfr with calf pounds 770 Courance Farms, pounds 720 Standen

Hey.

Greyface pounds 49.40 Bygate, pounds 45.70, pounds 43 Glenzierfoot,

pounds 44.70 Bog Hall, pounds 44 Parkgate Hall, pounds 43.90 Bog Hall,

pounds 43.70, pounds 43.10 Claremont Properties.

Mule: pounds 40 Low House Farm, pounds 38 Ambling Gate, pounds 36

Thornley Park; 95.2p Low House Farm, 94.7p Thornley Park, 90.5p Ambling

Gate. Round wheat straw sold to pounds 6

per bale. Char hfr 106.5p Flotterton, 103.5p

Wheathill, 99.5p Hindley. All rights reserved.

Leading flock averages -

Angus bks (green CID) pounds 455 Arthuret.

The mart sold 827 sheep including 116 ewes and rams.

Hill Cheviots to pounds 35 Castle Crawford, pounds 34.50 Eldinhope

and Rushend who sold ewe lambs at pounds 33.

Lim 112.5 New Godderthwaite, 111.5, 108.5 and 105.5 Old Hall, 109.5

Moorend, 108.5 Grassknop, 108.5 and 100.5 Cumrew Farm, 106.5, 105.5 and

104.5 Wall House, 106.5 Swallow Dene, 106.5, 105.5 and 103.5 Brinns

Farm, 105.5 Oulton House, 105.5 Kirkland Guards, 104.5 Bog Hall, 104.5

Croft Farm (Rickerby), 104.5 The Hill Farm, 104.5 Miller Hill, 104.5 Low

Blaithwaite, 103.5 Midtown Farm (Armstrong), 103.5 Low Bank End Farm,

103.5 Wavercroft, 103.5 Wreay Hall Farm, 102.5 Fingland, 102.5 Fern

House, 101.5 Bothel Parks, 100.5 Bromfield Hall, 100.5 Rose Farm, 100.5

West End Farm.

Blonde 98.5 Sandwath Farm, 97.5 Moorend.

Top, averages: Steers LW 104.50 (104.50) MW 108.50 (99.50) HW

113.50 (97.76) Heifers MW 134.50 (97) HW 131.50 (94.90) Young bulls LW

65.50 (65.50) MW 115.50 (93.71) HW 116.50 (100.57)

Hexham Northern Marts held their prize show and sale of 3,957

top mule ewe lambs on behalf of The North of England Mule Sheep

Association.

Steers on Red:

However in many cases lambs met a better trade than expected.

45.6kg-52kg to 100p averaging 98ppk; 52kg to 98p averaging 95ppk.

Ewes to pounds 21.20 averaging pounds 15.31. Second prize pen, A Murray and Son, Craberry Brow, sold at

pounds 75 to R A Patterson. Lim

pounds 506.80 Baileytown, pounds 490.10 Randalholme, pounds 472.70

Mirkbooths, pounds 458.45 Longhurst.

The mart had forward 4,629 store lambs of all classes.

Sim hfrs pounds 470, pounds 458 Chapeltown, pounds 420, pounds 360

Arthuret.

Lot 1177, J D Houghton, Isherwood Farm, Affetside, Bury,

Lancashire, Tophill Jewel, 20,000gns to T MacTaggart, Rascarrel Farm,

Auchencairn, Castle Douglas, Kirkcudbrightshire; Boden and Davies Ltd,

Mellor Hall Farm, Mellor, Nr Stockport, Cheshire; Idris Morris, Y

Fachell, Llanddeiniolen, Caernarfon.

Tex X pounds 54.20 Hedley Park, pounds 53.80 Hard Riding, pounds 53

Hallington New Houses, pounds 52.60 Low Ardley, pounds 52.50 Bardon

Mill, pounds 51.80 Corneyside.

pounds 465 and pounds 462 Little Harle; pounds 452, pounds 445 and

pounds 442 (x2) Tone Hall (10/11m); pounds 440 Snitter and Teakston

Grange.

Tex X lambs sold to pounds 38.80 from Girsonfield and Suff X to

pounds 38 from Hepple Whitefield.

Lot 230, Gordon Gray, 4,000gns to K A and R Campbell, as lot 228.

Lot 1178, J D Houghton, Tophill Jetstream, 11,000gns to Firm of G

Gray, Sunnycroft, Linden, Selkirk; Karen Wight, Rowen Green, Camps Road,

Crawford, Biggar, Lanarkshire; G A Gibson and Co, Cowgrove Farm,

Galston, Ayrshire.

A large show of prime sheep saw prices not as good as previous

weeks, along with the national trend.

Char hfrs pounds 495 Chapeltown, pounds 430, pounds 420, pounds

415, pounds 402 Arthuret.

The weekly prime stock sale presented 142 prime cattle, 59 prime

bulls, 3,006 lambs and 199 cast ewes and rams.

Principal prices -

The mart had forward 2,155 store lambs.

Blonde 101.5 Sandwath Farm.

Top, averages: Steers Heavy 97.5p, 92.6p Heifers Medium 106.5p,

94.5p Heavy 108.5p, 94.4p

Charollais pounds 58, pounds 44.90 Braithwaite Hall, pounds 48.10

Parkhead Farm, pounds 46.90 Kilnclose Farm, pounds 46.40 Bascodyke,

pounds 45 Glenzierfoot, pounds 44 Cracrop, pounds 44 Old Silloth Farm,

pounds 44 Fernbank.

Before the sale the show of mule ewe lambs, sponsored by Robson

Cowan, Scots Gap, was judged by Harry Birnie, East Gowkhill Farm,

Maud, Peterhead, who made the awards as follows:

100.7p Broomhope, 98.6p Hareshaw, 97.9p Rusheylaw, 97.7p Lee Hall,

97.6p Fairnley, 97.4p Beacon Rigg.

Lot 977, P Richardson, Sandhills Farm, Bassenthwaite, Keswick,

Cumbria, Skiddaw Justice, 9,000gns to Karen Wight, Rowen Green, Camps

Road, Crawford, Biggar, Lanarkshire; G A Gibson and Co, Cowgrove Farm,

Galston, Ayrshire.

Breeding cattle -

Lim X cow with calf pounds 605 Churchstyle.

Lim hfrs pounds 495 Streethead, pounds 450 Braehead, pounds 445,

pounds 430, pounds 425 Blackrigg, pounds 442, pounds 425 Jockstown,

pounds 438, pounds 435, pounds 402, pounds 398 Englishtown, pounds 408

Ratlingate.

Beltex pounds 51 and 115.90p Morrow Edge, pounds 46.80 and 117p

Middle Dukesfield.

Hopes Auction Co’s weekly sale of primestock had an entry of

216 prime cattle and 746 prime lambs including ewes.

Charollais pounds 37.80, pounds 28.50 North Rigg Hill, pounds 30.80

Willimoteswick Farm, pounds 27 Albert Cottage.

Cattle: BB 108.5p Black Heddon. BB pounds 632.08, pounds 594.50 Claremont Properties, pounds

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