Further to the highlights I brought you on Wednesday, here’s a fuller report from the Deehaven sale.
Top call stuck at 3500gns for Deehaven Amerry Erland Red, which sold to D Davies, Llandysul, Ceredigion.
Next best at 3200gns was Deehaven Goldwyn Milly. This Braedale Goldwyn daughter is out of Deehaven Leader Milly, a dam with three lactations at 10,000 litres and above. She sold to Lewis Pearson.
Then at 3100gns was Deehaven Lancelot Milly. This Lysdel Lancelot daughter is out of Deehaven Freeman Milly and sold in-calf to April-Day Wisconsin Red. She was snapped up by S F Roberts for the Townhouse herd.
At 3000gns was Deehaven Tom Erland as mentioned on Wednesday. This one sold to G A G Evans for the Trawscoed herd.
And selling for 2900gns was Deehaven Dolman Alma. This one, by Regancrest Dolman is out of Deehaven Magnet Alma, a dam which gave more than 12,000 litres in her fourth miking. Bred from six generations of Ex or VG dams she sold to G W and M Coates and Son for the Bailmoor herd.
Six sold at 2800gns, with five of them selling to G A G Evans for the Trawscoed herd and the sixth selling to A Fletcher.
Overall the 19 calved heifers averaged £2853, the 77 served heifers levelled at £1820 and the 63 maidens on offer sold to average £1287, with David and James Manning the main buyers when sourcing 28 head for their Newcross herd.