Trade topped at £6,000 at Ruthin on Saturday (23 February) with a Limousin heifer from Dylan and Elen Davies, Drefach, Llanybydder.
Averages were back slightly on the year as the sale leader, a Mereside Lorenzo daughter called Baby Shark, sold to JCB Commercials, Newtownards, Co Down, for the top price.
Next best at £5,100 was the reserve overall champion steer from JM and AM Lewis, Llanwrda, Carmarthen, which sold to Donald Morrison, Kinlochbervie, Sutherland.
At £4,500 was a May-born pedigree Limousin heifer from David John Lloyd and Co, Cefn Barrach, Caersws, which sold to Phil and Sharon Sellers, Lincoln.
At £3,200 was a Limousin-cross heifer, again from JM and AM Lewis, Carmarthen. This stood second to the overall champion on the day and was knocked down to Aled Roberts, Gaerwen, Anglesey.
Charolais-influenced cattle topped at £3,050 with a May-born heifer from Bowen and Bowen, Penthryn, Welshpool. She caught the eye of H Parry, Llangefni, Anglesey.
Averages: 18 heifers, £2,117.78 (-£133.22); 15 steers, £1,596 (-£23) (Ruthin Farmers)