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Lamb Markets All Steady To Higher

San Angelo slaughter and feeder lambs were all firm this week. Goldthwaite wool lambs were steady, lightweight Dorper and Barbado lambs $5-10 higher, and medium and heavy lambs steady. Hamilton lamb prices were all steady. Fredericksburg wool lambs sold steady, Dorper lambs higher. Lamb and mutton meat production for the week ending October 13 totaled...

Plains Fed Cattle Trade Quiet; FCE Clears A Few Head At $109

Panhandle fed cattle trade was typically quiet at midweek, asking prices reported at $113-114 and packers so far tendering no bids. Last week’s going rate was about $2 higher at $111. Wednesday’s Fed Cattle Exchange offered 919 head and sold 230 of them in Kansas at $109. Higher starting prices received no bids, and feedlots...

Slaughter Meat Goats Steady To Higher In Recent Trading

Slaughter meat goat prices were largely steady to higher in most recent trading. Hamilton was steady, Goldthwaite $5-10 higher, Fredericksburg as much as $10 higher, and San Angelo $10-20 higher. New Holland, Pennsylvania was mostly steady to $10 lower per head. Goat slaughter under federal inspection the week ending September 30 totaled 9192 head. Goat...

Range Sales

Collins Cattle Company, Olton, sold out of the Lubbock area one load of moderate to large framed Red Angus-influenced fall calving pairs to an Amarillo buyer at $1650 per pair. Cattle For Sale By David, San Angelo, sold out of the Kerrville area to a Kress, Texas buyer 43 short-term heavy bred Angus-Plus cows at...
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800-284-5268
325-949-4611

PO Box 3306
San Angelo TX 76902