Show stopper: Pure gold at Premier Bull Show in Nenagh

Charles Gallagher, CEO, IHFA presenting the trophy for champion of the Show at the IHFA Premier Bulls Show and Sale at Nenagh to Victor Jackson, Kiltegan, Co Wicklow with Garry Hurley, judge
Charles Gallagher, CEO, IHFA presenting the trophy for champion of the Show at the IHFA Premier Bulls Show and Sale at Nenagh to Victor Jackson, Kiltegan, Co Wicklow with Garry Hurley, judge

An average price of €2,954 was paid at the IHFA Premier Bull Show and Sale at Nenagh, Co Tipperary last week as keen demand from breeders drove prices.

The champion of the show, Crossnacole Paragold ET (EBI €55), exhibited by Victor Jackson, Kiltegan, Co Wicklow was bred from the sire Braedale Goldwyn (GWY).

The bull sold for €4,000. Top price of €5,100 was paid for Laurelm Semos (EBI €131) bred by Ricky Barrett, Ballinhassig, Co Cork.

The sire became the bidders top choice in the sales ring at Nenagh Mart after being placed second in his class and going on to become overall reserve champion. Pictured presenting the trophy for champion of the show is Charles Gallagher, CEO, IHFA to Victor Jackson, with Garry Hurley, judge Martin Ryan

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