CONSERVATION efforts are sometimes hard to measure but with the help of record amounts of moisture the benefits of aggressive brush control are clear. The Kickapoo in Concho County and some of the surrounding watershed is pictured above.

Plains Fed Cattle Trade Quiet Packers Passing On $128 Ask

Panhandle fed cattle trading was at a standstill with packers not even offering a bid and feeders asking $128. The previous week’s late trade saw substantial movement at $124.81 on steers and $124.83 on heifers, versus $125 the previous week.

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Lamb Markets Continue Mixed Trend This Week

Tuesday's sale at San Angelo had slaughter lambs called firm to $5 higher on lambs weighing 70 pounds and heavier. In contrast, Goldthwaite had a steady to $5 lower market on wool lambs while the hair sheep offerings were called steady. Hamilton followed the trend with the market there called steady to $5 lower on all lambs. Fredericksburg's market was steady on all classes as compared to last week.

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PLC Focused On ESA, Grazing And Other Regulatory Reforms

A variety of critical topics impacting those whose operations depend in part on federal lands were discussed during committee meetings at the annual conventions of the American Sheep Industry Association and the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, both of which were held in the Big Easy a week apart.

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800-284-5268
325-949-4611

PO Box 3306
San Angelo TX 76902