Roadworks affecting market 19th September

A4103 Roman Road, Hereford, Herefordshire
19 September — 23 September    
Delays likely Traffic control (two-way signals)  
Works location: Jcn Towtree lane to Entrance to live stock Market    
Works description: Excavate in verge, footpath & carriageway to install fibre optic cables.    
Responsibility for works: GIGACLEAR LIMITED    
Current status: Planned work about to start    
Works reference: KA030CU004577    

Calves For Sale Privately

32 British Blue x bulls
42 British Blue x heifers
4 Aberdeen Angus x bulls
8 Aberdeen Angus x heifers

All 8/11 weeks old

Purchasers must operate an A.F.U.
Contact Robert Meadmore for details – 07774 763971

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Posted 13.9.19

 

Limousin bull for sale – Thursday 3rd October

Pedigree Limousin Stock Bull

 ‘Forge Lancasterbomber’

 Born September 2015

Sire: Ampertaine Foreman (38,000gns Carlisle 2012)

Dam: Breizizel (2010 National Champion of Holland and Brittany, France)

Lancasterbomber was purchased as an implanted embryo c/w recipient cow in June 2015. 

He has been used on our cows and heifers, now his daughters are of breeding age so he is reluctantly for sale. 

Quiet and no vices, we believe he is probably the best continental bull to be sold at this market.

Take a look on the 3rd October – seeing is believing!

Tom – 07932 908669

Ruth – 07837 687886

or call the market office – 01432 761882

Photographs of the bull and his progeny 

 

Notice to Vendors of Store Lambs

We are having increased incidence of C.Ovis being reported by abattoirs when slaughtering lambs. This condition in the carcase of lambs is caused by worms from dogs which can lead to the carcass being 100% condemned.

Most farm dogs are correctly wormed, but please make certain that your worming programme is up to date and be aware that most incidences of C.Ovis arise from land with public access, footpaths or common land where dogs roam. Unauthorised dog-walking on your land can cause problems – please be aware.

 We have been asked to point this out by purchasers of store lambs as it is becoming a far more regular occurrence.

 

Licencing and ear tags

EAR TAGS – EVERY SHEEP IN THE MARKET MUST BE ELECTRONICALLY TAGGED. IF THEY ARE NOT THEY WILL NOT BE SOLD AT HEREFORD

Eartags and holding numbers – please note that it is essential that the correct holding numbers are entered onto the licence of sheep coming in to the market and also for those sheep moving out. For those with multiple holding numbers the correct ones must be used not merely the main holding number if it is not relevant to that movement.

Please note that Hereford Market Auctioneers Ltd take no responsibility whatsoever for holding numbers on licences whether in or out of the market, or notifications to A.R.A.M.S.

Changes to Sheep Tagging

** Updated 27th October 2015 **

All sheep born on or after 1st January 2015 have to be tagged with one electronic slaughter tag if going to slaughter or to a store market for further finishing. If intended to be kept for or sold as breeding stock they will need to be FULL EID tagged as has been the requirement since 1st January 2010.

HISTORIC FLOCK (the sheep born before 1st January 2010 which have been kept as breeding stock) – when these come to be moved/sold either as breeding stock or as cull ewes they will NEED TO BE RE-TAGGED WITH FULL EID (electronic and same manual number).

CULL EWES – ALL cull ewes and cull rams must have FULL EID TAGS to be sold in Hereford Market.

Hereford Market Auctioneers will not be able to accept sheep for sale which are not tagged correctly. Always have taggers and spare tags available in your vehicle.

Please note: Hereford Market Auctioneers Ltd will not be held responsible for any inaccuracies in the reading of any EID or manual sheep ear tags. Read more Changes to Sheep Tagging

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