United Auctions is Scotland’s leading livestock auctioneers. We operate a network of auction marts throughout Scotland including Stirling, Huntly, Lairg, Dalmally, Tiree, Islay, South Uist and Oban.
We conduct auctions of both commercial and pedigree livestock, including the world-famous Stirling Bull Sales.
United Auctions is Scotland’s leading livestock auctioneers. We operate a network of different auction marts across Scotland, including Stirling, Huntly, Lairg, Dalmally, Tiree, Islay, South Uist and Oban.
Group turnover is in excess of £190 million and in 2018 we celebrated our 160th year in operation.
United Auctions deals with more than 18,000 customers across the UK and Europe each year.
The record auction price for an Aberdeen-Angus bull was set in 1963 – and has yet to be surpassed – with the sale of Lindertis Evulse for 60,000 guineas.
A top price of 100,000 guineas was paid for a Continental pedigree bull – a Charolais – called Vexour Garth.
In October 2020, £200,000 was paid in Dalmally for a Blackface ram lamb.
In July 2009 UA’s Stirling Agricultural Centre became the single centre of operations for the company’s amalgamated Perth and Stirling businesses.