Twenty elite pedigree Limousin heifers went under the hammer on Monday night in Elphin Mart.
The sale was organised by the Northwest Limousin Club to showcase the Limousin genetics in the west of Ireland.
Auctioneer Tom Cox who conducted the sale said: "There was very good online activity and a lot of the heifers actually sold to online bidders.
"We seen this here Saturday as well where a few people seen pedigree animals at the home of the seller and they didn’t need to see them again so they just bid from home.”
Heifers on the night ranged in price from €1,800 to €3,700.
Top price on the night went to Donal McKeown, Enniscrone, Co Sligo, for his March 2019 Millington Leslie-sired heifer. She went back to a Loosebeare Fantastic cow and had a replacement index of €103 and a terminal index of €155. She was knocked down at €3,700.
Next-highest price went to lot 2 on the night from Joe Moran, Claremorris, Co Mayo.
Cappaduff Poppy Rua, a March 2019-born heifer, was by Plumtree Fantastic and out of a Sympa dam. She had a replacement index of €109 and a terminal index of €162 and was knocked down at €3,200.
Next-highest call went to the first lot into the ring from the herd of Liam Lyons, Ballyhaunis, Co Mayo.
This September 2018-born heifer out of Goldies Jackpot and going back to an Ampertaine Commander cow sold for €3,000.
Overall, 15 heifers sold on the night to an average price of €2,353.