Aberdeen & Northern Marts
ANM Group Ltd is one of the largest and most progressive farmer-owned agri-businesses in the UK and plays a major role in Scotland's agricultural economy.
The Group is totally committed to its core business of livestock marketing and meat processing.
However, ANM is a highly diversified business with interests in the land market, non-agricultural auctions and the catering/hospitality industry.
Aberdeen & Northern Marts
Caithness Livestock Centre
J S Bremner
News for Aberdeen & Northern Marts
A Charolais cross bullock from Michael Shearer, Lythmore, Westfield, Thurso, took the prime cattle championship at Aberdeen and Northern Marts' annual Christmas show and sale held at Caithness Livestock Centre. Tapped out by judge Bill Cameron, Burnside of Edingight, Grange, was a 20-month-old, home-bred bullock weighing 621kg.
Aberdeen & Northern Marts (ANM) is announcing a transformational change to livestock commission rates bringing radical reductions for customers who are shareholders in their co-operative business. The change will reward the loyalty of those who invest in the mart, and will establish a new industry-wide affordable standard for members selling through the ring.
Monday 31st October 2011 QUOYBRAE, Aberdeen and Northern Marts (October 31st) sold 145 store and breeding cattle. Bullocks (65) averaged 181.7p per kg to 234p for two 312kg Charolais from J A C Campbell, Mayfield, Weydale, Thurso and £1,000 gross for a 537kg Simmental from Mrs A Flockhart, Sunray Cottage, Huna, Wick.
QUOYBRAE, Aberdeen & Northern Marts (5th November) sold 3,287 Prime, Store & Breeding Sheep. Prime Lambs (299) sold to 76.4p a kg for 71 42.1kg Suffolks and £32.50 gross for 11 43.1kg Texels all from B Brims & Sons, Brabsterdorran Mains, Bower.
Quoybrae, Aberdeen & Northern Marts (15th October 2007) sold 466 Store Cattle Champion in the show, judged by Scott Watson, Carnoustie was a 626kg Charolais bullock from J T M MacKay, Thura Mains, Bower and sold for £800 to W & J Cameron, Burnside of Edingight, Grange, Keith. Reserve was a 538kg Limousin bullock also from J T M MacKay and sold for £680 to Blair Duffton, Bogie Street, Huntly.
QUOYBRAE, Aberdeen & Northern Marts (4th October) sold 6,852 Store Sheep Ewe Lambs (1,108) averaged £28.17 and sold to £51 for Half-Breds from C MacAdie & Sons, Skaill, Thurso Wedder Lambs (1,275) averaged £22.63 and sold to £30 for Half-Breds from J Banks, The Broo, John O'Groats. Cross Lambs (4,023) averaged £26.55 and sold to £34 for Suffolks from A S Budge, Milton Farm, Halkirk.
QUOYBRAE, Aberdeen & Northern Marts (3rd September) sold 6,133 Store Lambs at the re-sheduled first combined sale from Dunbeath, Bettyhill, Forsinard and North West Sutherland areas. Overall average was £29.06 showing a decrease of £2.05 from Dunbeath & Bettyhill areas and a decrease of £1.24 on all other areas from last year.
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