Hexham and Northern Marts saw the largest show of the season with 732 ewes and lambs passing through the ring.
Top price for Texel cross hoggs with lambs was £150 from Townfoot. B D Maine hoggs with lambs topped at £148 from Lough Green, with Mule hoggs with lambs making £136 from Brownsleazes.
Texel cross gimmers with lambs made £130, with Suffolk gimmers at £125 and Mule gimmers at £110.
Texel ewes with lambs topped at £145 from East Fourstones, with Suffolk’s making £115 from West Wharmley and Mule ewes topping at £116, from Middle Farm Cottage.
A mixed selection of 1561 cattle met another sharp trade. The sale topped at £1180 for an over 23 month old homebred Limousin bullock from Lough Green. Heifers sold to £950 from a three quarter Limousin from West Foreshield, Alston.
British Blonde cross steers saw a top price of £1080 being made from Lough Green. Blonde heifers saw top price of £725 made sold by Chesterwood.
Beef short horn steers saw a top price of £980 being made, sold by Biddlestone Home Farm. Charolais cross steers topped at £965 from Newlands Haugh and also Hammershield. Pure Charolais steers topped at £775. Angus cross steers topped at £840.
Belgian Blue cross steers topped at £805 from Camphill, with Belgian Blue young bulls making £1000 from Glendue.