2017 Llanybydder Official Show & Sale results
The Annual Show and Sale took place on 26 August 2017 and continues to be one of the high points of the Llanwenog Sheep Society's calendar and this being the 58th Sale, proved no exception. With a catalogue entry of 188 animals which yielded an overall average sale figure of £13,010.55.
To commence proceedings was the Show with Mr Steffan Davies of the Byndolau Flock judging the Ewe and Ewe Lambs and Mr Richard Edwards of the Glanrhyd Flock judging the Ram and Ram Lamb section.
The Ayshford Perpetual Challenge Cup for the Best Male was awarded to Mr Huw Evans of the Alltgoch Flock with the well matured Ram who went on to be the highest priced male of the sale selling for £755, bought by the Penycoed Flock. Reserve went to the Glwydwern Flock again with a yearling ram which sold for £510 destined for North Wales to the Bryn Moel Flock.
The Cwmere Perpetual Challenge cup for the best Female was awarded to Mr Maurice Greenslade of the Langley Flock, which was one of 7 lots bought by Miss Suzy Mills of the Pengelli Flock. Reserve and highest priced Ewe went to Mr and Mrs Jenkins of the Gwynfaen Flock, this delightful ewe was purchased as the foundation for a new flock by Miss Carys Evans, under the guidance of her Father Mr Eurig Evans of the Penrherber Flock. Carys, one of the youngest members of the Society has named her flock Nant Sara.
Break down of the sale as follows, in guineas:-
5 Rams over the age of two presented selling a total of £1,395 making an average of £279.
Yearling Ram Lambs selling for a total of £3,985 making an average of £306.53
Ram Lambs present selling for a total of £1,680 making an average of £280
Ewes selling for a total of £4269, averaging £118.53.
Ewe Lambs selling for a total of £1,016 with an average of £112.88.
Making an average overall per head of £191.17.
The Sale continues to attract new and old members and always provides an insight into how the breed is flourishing, long may it continue.
|Description||Lot No||No in Pen||Seller (Flock No)||Buyer (Flock No)||Sale Price (guineas)|
|5||H & L Jenkins (381)||G Lewis (503)||158.00|
|Ewes||4||5||M W J Greenslade (338)||Suzy Mills (424)||150.00|
|Ewes||7||3||M W J Greenslade (338)||Paul Ambrose (510)||145.00|
|Ewes||34||5||J & S Money-Kyrle (348)||P & J Hicks (314)||145.00|
|Ewes||27||5||J I & J T Lloyd (85)||D Bookham (522)||142.00|
|Ewes||5||5||M W J Greenslade (338)||K Smart||142.00|
|Ram||86||Huw Evans (1)||Williams & True (337)||755.00|
|Ram||84||E & S Morgan (152)||M Parry-Jones (406)||510.00|
|Ram||102||G & W Evans (101)||J Cockburn (384)||500.00|
|Ram||76||Huw Evans (1)||Andrew Jones (23)||475.00|
|Ram||80||J I & J T Lloyd (85)||K Smart||460.00|
|Ram||91||Pete Ebbsworth (354)||G Lewis (503)||410.00|
2017 SHOW RESULTS
Class 1 Pair of Ewes
1st H & L Jenkins, Gwynfaen
2nd J I & J T Lloyd & Son, Cletwr
3rd H & L Jenkins, Gwynfaen
4th Mr Maurice Greenslad, Langley
Class 2 Pen of 5 or more Ewes
1st Mr Maurice Greenslad, Langley
2nd H & L Jenkins, Gwynfaen
3rd J I & J T Lloyd & Son, Cletwr
4th J & S Money-Kyrle, Ruardean
Class 3 Pair of Ewe Lambs
1st L Jenkins, Beiligwyn
2nd L Jenkins, Beiligwyn
3rd E & S Morgans, Glwydwern
4th R Eirian Thomas, Llysfaen
Class 4 Pen of 5 or more Ewe Lambs
1st Mr Richard Harris, Frongoch
2nd R Eirian Thomas, Llysfaen
3rd E & S Morgans, Glwydwern
Class 5 Best Ram 2 and over
1st Huw Evans, Alltgoch Alltgoch W1009
2nd H & L Jenkins, Gwynfaen Gwynfaen W614
3rd H & L Jenkins, Gwynfaen Glwydwern U2796
Class 6 Best Yearling Ram
1st Huw Evans, Alltgoch Alltgoch X1643
2nd E & S Morgans, Glwydwern Glwydwern X4155
3rd Pete Ebbsworth, Cae Main Cae Main X141
4th J I & J T Lloyd & Son, Cletwr Cletwr X1919
Class 7 Best Ram Lamb
1st Mr & Mrs G Evans, Parcyrhos Parcyrhos Z311
2nd Mr J Green, Blaenplwyf Blaenplwyf Z377
3rd E & S Morgans, Glwydwern Glwydwern Z4900
4th Mr David Henson, Bradden Bradden Z411
NATIONAL SHOW & SALE OF TRADITIONAL NATIVE BREEDS
The 2017 National Sale was held at Melton Mowbray Market on 9 September, where there was an improved entry of Llanwenog sheep from five vendors. Demand for females was strong but buyers were selective.
The champion ewe from A Hodges and Sons ( Charndon ) realised 170gns selling to Andrew Harrison of Rugely, Staffordshire. The 1st and 2nd ewe lamb prizewinners from Peter and Joanna Hicks ( Coton ) sold for 120 gns as did two from David Henson ( Bradden ) – all travelling north to join the Tynedale flock of Rebecca Wilson, Slaley, Northumberland.
The overall Champion was a smart , well grown ram lamb sired by Glwydwern X4181 from Coton. The rams were almost the last breed through the ring and unfortunately attracted little interest.
Averages 4 Yearling Ewes sold to 170gns av. £147
9 Ewe Lambs sold to 120gns av. £98