This lot of eight ewes carrying 19 lambs made £160 each at the dispersal sale held at Omagh mart.
Gordon Hamilton and his 10-year-old son Josh from Castlederg at the dispersal sale at Omagh mart, along with Raymond Pollock from Newtownstewart.
Samuel Hill, Randalstown; James Speers, Armagh; and Christa McMordie, Spa; at the Optimise agri conference at the Hilton Hotel, Templepatrick.
YFCU agri-committee member David Matthews from Bangor; with Sean McAvoy Massey Ferguson after-sales manager, Banbridge; Neil Patterson, committee member from Spa; and Cathy Knowles, chair of the agri-committee from Glarryford; at the YFCU Optimise agri conference, at the Hilton Hotel, Templepatrick.
John Henning from Danske Bank, front left, with award winners at the Ulster Grassland Society’s AGM held at the Dunsilly Hotel. Being presented with his cup for the Grassland Farmer of the year is Alan Wallace from Antrim, with (back row, from left) John Martin, Greyabbey, accommodation award; John Milligan, Castlewellan, beef and sheep farmer award; Robert Agnew, Kilkeel, receiving the new entrant award; Colin Beggs, BGS 2015 winner from Banbridge; and Chris Catherwood from Newtownards with t
Speakers at the Ulster Grassland Society's AGM at the Dunsilly Hotel with UGS president Mark Blelock, third from left, are Francis Breen, CAFRE; Dr Stan Lalor, head of speciality, Grassland Agro; Michael Murphy, dairy farmer (Ireland, New Zealand, US and Chile) and director of the Positive Farmers conference; and Jo Scamell who runs Ground Level Nutrition Ltd, England.
Hugh Robinson, Coleraine; David Rea, Crossgar; Neville Graham, CAFRE, Greenmount; and Paul Turley, Downpatrick; at the Ulster Grassland Society AGM at the Dunsilly Hotel.
James Mullan from Loughmacrory with his sons Cian and Jamie along with Seamus Mullan, Omagh at the dispersal sale held at Omagh Mart which included 400 commercial ewes.