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Shane Murphy
Shane Murphy

Pedigree

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A short supply of Angus bulls at Dungannon last week drove averages up by over £750.
By Shane Murphy on 27 April 2017
Numbers were back heavily on those catalogued for the Hereford society sale in Kilmallock last weekend, but averages still took a hit on the equivalent 2016 sale.
By Shane Murphy on 27 April 2017
A top price of €2,250 was achieved by the Kealy family at the recent production sale of their entire young female stock.
By Shane Murphy on 27 April 2017
Over 85% of bulls present at this month’s Kilkenny Agricultural Society’s multi-breed found new homes, writes pedigree editor Shane Murphy
By Shane Murphy on 27 April 2017
There were 144 bulls presented for sale at the Kilkenny Agricultural Society’s April sale, of which 122 found new homes.
By Shane Murphy on 26 April 2017
Shane Murphy speaks to Leo McEnroe about his Lisduff Angus herd which sees its annual bull sale next week.
By Shane Murphy on 20 April 2017
Averages increased and there was a rise in numbers sold at the annual spring sale of Aubrac cattle held in Tuam, Co Galway.
By Shane Murphy on 20 April 2017
A Tipperary breeder took home the top price of €6,800 at the Limousin sale held in Athenry last week.
By Shane Murphy on 20 April 2017
Michael O'Leary's annual Gigginstown sale was met with a flying trade last Saturday, with all bulls and heifers sold on the day
By Shane Murphy on 20 April 2017
Midland and Western Livestock Improvement Society held the second of its April sales, achieving an average of €2,570 across the breeds.
By Shane Murphy on 20 April 2017
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