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Grand National Ayrshire Sale Brings High ReturnsThe Grand National Ayrshire Sale, held annually at the National Ayrshire Convention, took place this year on Friday, June 17 in Oklahoma City. Here are the highlights:

 

Grand National Sale Average
$2,150

Highest Selling Animal ($8,700)
Onword Predator Adina

One Ayrshire was sold at $5,000
Halls Super Rosetta

Two more were sold at $4,000
Stillmore-Lexy Reno Monique-ET
Ridale Nemo Savvy-ET

We would like to extend a big thanks to all those who attended and made purchases. If you are a new breeder, we invite you to contact our mentors with any questions. You can see our full list of mentors HERE. We’re excited to welcome you and help set you on the path to success with your herd.

National Sale on June 17 to Feature Best of the Ayrshire BreedOn June 14, Oklahoma City will welcome breeders from around the nation for the 2016 Ayrshire National Convention. The convention (June 14 – 17) includes the annual meeting, a youth banquet, an awards banquet, free time to explore the city, and of course, the annual national sale.

The sale, which will be held Friday, June 17 at 5 p.m., will feature Ayrshires from across the country. For example, one cow for sale is from Pennsylvania. Audrey Gay Rodgers, owner of Hameau Farm, will be selling Plum Bottom Burdette Prudence, who is bred to Maple Dell Burdette Dempsey and is due to have a calf on August 8. The Dam is Creek-View Harmony Prius, who is classified 90 2E, and the Grand Dam is also classified 90 2E.

For a full list of Ayrshires for sale, view the sale catalog.