A Working Partnership between Cundalls and Boulton & Cooper Stephensons
Ryedale Farmers Market Dates
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Cundalls and Boulton & Cooper StephensonsMalton Livestock Auctioneers is a working partnership between Cundalls and Boulton and Cooper Stephensons which hold weekly sales of fatstock and store animals, both sheep and cattle, together with several specialist annual sales throughout the year.

Malton Livestock Auctioneers is one of the country’s livestock market venues in the heart of Yorkshire with easy access from the A64, in the market town of Malton. We are proud of our reputation for offering a first class service to our customers – we endeavour to put you and your needs first and provide you with a high quality service. You’ll discover good old fashioned service and advice.

Well attended with weekly sales of cattle and sheep.
Cattle  11:00 am
Sheep 12/12:30pm (Follows on from the cattle)IF1_6236

Well attended with weekly sales of cattle and sheep.
Sheep 11:00am
Cattle 12:00 noon

Sheep Sales

Held on a monthly basis in conjunction with the farmers market.
Usually the last Saturday in the month.
Market opens at 7:30 am sale starts at 11:00 am.

Fur and feather


Held on the last Saturday of the month (usually).
Open from 7:00 am for stall holders, open for trade from 8:30 am.

Ryedale Farmers Market

Open to all.
Situated within the Market Office.
Nut Megs Catering (Tracey Holliday).

Ryedale Farmers Market

The Spotted Cow is a traditional Cask Ale Pub within walking distance of the Cattle Market.  It is open for refreshments from 10am on market days serving breakfast, bacon butties, tea and coffee.

Spotted Cow


01653 697820
01653 692151

Planning Approved

The outline planning application for a new livestock market on land adjacent to Eden Camp was determined by planning committee on 21.08.14 and it is my great pleasure to inform you that the application was approved! Thank you all for your fantastic support to date.
Cattle Movement Document
Sheep and Cattle Anthrax Clear Declaration Form
Weather for the Market