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Pedigree cattle and sheep news from the Irish Farmers Journal

All the latest pedigree news from the Irish Farmers Journal. Keep up to date with all pedigree sales results and news developments.
Simmnetal bulls took a big hit at an impressive sale held in Tullamore, but female trade improved.
By Shane Murphy on 18 April 2018
Movement at pedigree sales remains slow, with potential buyers still without space to house new recruits.
By Shane Murphy on 18 April 2018
The Limousin cattle society’s sale in Athenry marked the first improvement for pedigree beef sales in 2018.
By Shane Murphy on 13 April 2018
Anthony Mulligan reports from the Midland & Western Livestock Improvement Society's April show and sale in Carrick-on-Shannon.
By on 12 April 2018
The NSBA held its official launch night during the week for their championships on 9 June.
By Shane Murphy on 12 April 2018
Dairy bulls avoiding slump in pedigree sales with ongoing weather crisis on farms.
By Shane Murphy on 12 April 2018
This year marks the third online auction of young stock from the noted Caramba herd of pedigree beef Shorthorn cattle.
By Shane Murphy on 12 April 2018
Clearance back well on the year at the Irish Angus Munster branch premier sale.
By Shane Murphy on 12 April 2018
A serious trade at the Mount Scott clearance sale defied all the weather and money woes being witnessed across other pedigree sales.
By Shane Murphy on 12 April 2018
The late spring is having a negative knock-on effect on the pedigree sector.
By Shane Murphy on 12 April 2018
Anthony Mulligan reports from the Midland & Western Livestock Improvement Society's April show and sale in Carrick-on-Shannon.
By on 09 April 2018
The Angus and Friesian breeds shone brightest at the pedigree sale at Bandon Mart this week, with two bulls topping the trade.
By Shane Murphy on 08 April 2018
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pedigree wagyu bull.semen and embryos for sale....

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