Blue Square Premier side Barrow have signed Chesterfield striker Jordan Bowery on a six-week loan deal.Barrow agreed terms with the League Two club on Thursday, leaving the 18-year-old clear to feature in Saturday's trip to Oxford United. [LNB]The Nottingham-born forward has made 16 appearances for Chesterfield and signed professional terms in the summer. [LNB]His first senior goal came in October's 3-3 draw with Huddersfield in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy. [LNB]Bowery's father Bert was also a professional footballer and played under Brian Clough for Nottingham Forest in the mid-1970s. [LNB]Chesterfield are managed by former Oldham boss John Sheridan, brother of Barrow co-boss Darren. [LNB]Barrow have brought in a string of loan strikers this season, including Morecambe's Aaron Taylor, Fleetwood's Nick Rogan and Carlisle striker Andy Cook, who returned to Brunton Park after breaking his foot. [LNB]Rochdale forward Jon Shaw is currently on loan at Holker Street but his spell ends later this month.