Mart turnover down by £3.7m
CALEDONIAN Marts in Stirling made a profit of just £7509 last year as turnover fell by £3.7 million.
The good news was that commission on cattle sales increased by £18,000 – indicating some recovery in the sector. Commissions on sales of quota and insurance were up by £5000 and £6000 respectively.
Commissions earned on sales of store sheep was down by £23,000 and on prime sheep by £32,000. Breeding cattle commission was down by £10,000.
- Scots throughput crash, FWi, 09 April, 1999
- Scots store lambs in the doldrums, FWi, 3 December, 1998
- Calf price worries at Caledonian Marts , FWi, 09 September 1998
- The Herald 30/09/99 page 25