The sale of Simmental females at Stirling was dominated by a reduction of Rosalind Smith’s Sapling herd from Eaton, Tarporley, Cheshire.
A small show of Beef Shorthorn bulls sold selectively at Stirling Bull Sales yesterday, with the top price of 6,500gns going to Donald Biggar, Grange, Castle Douglas, for the 26-month-old roan Chapelton Festival.
A Limousin cross heifer taking the show circuit by storm was crowned the supreme champion of champions at the Fettercairn Show.
It was case of sunshine and showers at Braco Show on Saturday with the latter being heavy enough to send everyone scurrying for cover two or three times.
The Aberdeen-Angus pre-sale show at Stirling saw father and son Neil and Graham Massie, Blelack, Aboyne, collect their 11th bull sales overall championship.
It was a case of “needs must” for Kirriemuir Show organisers during the run up to the 2015 event.
This year the Princess Royal, as patron of the Shorthorn Cattle Society, will help celebrate the 150th anniversary of United Auctions’ bull sales.
The Aberdeen-Angus champion from Aberdeenshire breeders Neil and Graeme Massie took home the top price at yesterday’s May bull sale at United Auctions in Stirling.
Perth Charolais breeder Major David Walter celebrated 46 years of breeding by winning his first Highland Show.
Doune and Dunbland Show certainly had a wet start with around 35 millimetres of rain falling on Friday evening and into Saturday morning.