Upcoming livestock auction sales
We conduct regular livestock auctions at Hailsham Market on Mondays and
We sell prime cattle, sheep, pigs,
cull cows and overage beef, calves
cull and breeding ewes, store lambs and store pigs.
11.00 am - Calves
11:15 am - Sheep
12.00 pm - Pigs
12:30 pm - Cattle
Next sale of
to be held on
WEDNESDAY, 11th DECEMBER
Entries include:- 31 Aberdeen Angus cross steers and heifers,
6/24 mos from DB Coppard, 20 Simmental cross steers and heifers, 8/15 mos from
Miss Darlington, 12 Limousin cross steers and heifers, 8/10 mos from T Boughton,
12 Simmental cross steers and heifers, 20 mos from D Hobbs & Sons, 8 Hereford x
Friesian heifers from J Fry, 6 Simmental cross steers and heifers, 18 mos from
Muntham Farms and 5 Purebred Sussex steers, 18/20 mos from Liverton Partners
Sale to commence at approx. 1.30 pm immediately
following the sale of Prime Cattle, OTM and Cull Cows
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CHRISTMAS PRIMESTOCK MARKETS
WE WILL NOT BE HOLDING A MARKET
ON CHRISTMAS DAY !
but will definitely be holding one
NEW YEARS DAY
WEDNESDAY, 1st JANUARY
Please let us know what stock you will be bringing so we can inform purchasers
TB rules for 2013:
From 1st January 2013 all cattle holdings in East Sussex will become twelve month
TB testing holdings and, therefore, their movement between holdings will be subject to
TB pre-movement testing.
Hailsham Market - Wednesday:
South East Marts are pleased to announce that Hailsham Market on Wednesdays will now be able
to accept cattle, i.e. cull cows, finished cattle, etc. from East Sussex without TB pre-movement
testing in their exempt market section.
Cattle sold through the exempt market section will need to be moved from the market direct to a
slaughterhouse, direct to an approved or exempt finishing unit or can be returned to the farm if
unsold, i.e. the premises of origin.
Only cattle from TB unrestricted herds in East Sussex will be acceptable. It is a requirement of the
AHVLA that cattle are physically separated from other cattle and sold at the end of the sale to
restricted destinations as listed before.
N.B. There appears to be some confusion over TB movement time periods:
Cattle ‘moving off’ of TB free herds that are required to test annually and subject to TB
pre-movement testing still have 60 days to be ‘moved off’ from the start date of the test.
Please note that the sixty day period runs from the start date of the test and not four days later
when the cattle are pronounced clear. The six day rule remains unchanged.
All other livestock marketing operations on a Wednesday continue as normal.
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