Sales & Auctions
100% Clearance at Lisduff Sale 2018! There was an exceptional full clearance at the 35th Lisduff sale featuring the herd’s top cow families having deep pedigrees with conformation, production and fertility. John O’Sulivan and family offered 100 head in total including 30 fresh-calved heifers and very many heifer calves at foot, representing the youngest generation […]
A sale of 100 head from the Lisduff Herd is taking place on farm on Saturday 29th of September from 12 noon sharp. The sale will take place under cover and must start on time. For directions follow Eircode T34 ND73 or GPS 51.967533, -8.521781
Leagh Along Came Polly ET claims top price selling for € 6,500. 31 lots sold at auction, averaging €2,412. The Lemrac Youngstock sale catalogue offered 12 springing heifers due September/October, 4 springing heifers due next Spring, 30 heifer calves and 2 lots of frozen embryos. Key lots attracted a flurry of bids with strong interest […]
If you are looking to sell animals fitting the following conditions, contact Dave Clarke Livestock on 087 2576434 5.3. Pregnancy – 2-5 months at the time of selection. 5.4. Animals must be purebred and must comply with their breed type. They need to have good health, must be robust, without defects and lacks of exterior. Animals […]
€2,960 average price for 22 lots, 85% clearance Females averaged 2,910 Gns1 Bull sold for 1,300 Gns A top price of €5, 100 was achieved at the 2018 Dalevalley Sky-High Protein sale. Clonpaddin Doorman Fame ET (lot 5) bred by John Hurley & sons achieved the highest sale price on the day. There were 26 […]
January/February born from Spring Calving herd. Balanced breeding with emphasis on Protein %. Dams have good yields with good Protein records. All A.I. sires. Genuine stock. Contact Tadhg O’ Brien, Mitchelstown, Cork. 087 6533031.
For further details contact Paul Dillon at 086 8109990. Dave Clarke Livestock are submitting a tender for 300 pedigree registered (3 generations) heifers to be exported to Russia. Heifers will be a minimum of 60 days pregnant when they leave the Irish farm and maximum 150 days pregnant. The dams of the heifers must have minimum 1st […]