New Auctioneer of the Year Finalists

Sam Bradley

Sam has a pivotal role at CCM Auctions, Skipton where he sells Store Cattle, Store Lambs, Breeding Sheep, Dairy Cattle, Calves and Sheepdogs. A graduate of Harper Adams University, and a recent Fellow of the LAA, Sam aims to create a competitive sale environment by ensuring our clients receive the best possible sales experience. He also supports the wider agricultural community, spending time away from the rostrum at farm visits, shows, YF judging and providing his services at Charity auctions.

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Shae joined McCartneys in 2014 as a trainee auctioneer and field officer for Brecon and Kington Markets, where he was an influential figure in increasing the throughput figures with 13,000 more sheep in 2017. He has developed his knowledge, studying a Livestock Auctioneer course at Harper Adams University, and has recently joined BJP Carmarthen to become Market Manager and Senior Auctioneer. Shae prides himself on his ability to establish trust and relationships with both vendors and purchasers.

 Jonty Cliffe

Jonty is a keen Auctioneer for Wright Marshall, passionate to encourage the next generation of farmers to utilise livestock auctions, which he aims to deliver through quality service, honesty and communication. As a keen stockman with a good understanding of the challenges facing the industry, he enjoys supporting farmers as to the opportunities available to them.

Nick Woodmass

Nick fulfilled a lifetime dream when he joined Longtown Mart in 2011, where he has managed the pedigree and breeding sheep sales along with canvassing and selling. He has also built a successful quarterly implement and machinery sale which has positively contributed to the business.

Gethin Rees

Gethin grew up on a dairy farm and as part of his degree at Harper Adams University, completed a year with BJP in Carmarthen where he learnt his trade and sold calves weekly. After graduating he joined Exmoor Farmers Livestock Auctions Ltd in 2011 where he is the main auctioneer of Fat Lambs and Breeding Cattle at Cutcombe and the Breeding Sheep and Gazing Ewes at Blackmoor Gate. Gethin has since qualified with the CAAV and RICS.