SPRING most often provides for fresh and vibrant changes in the landscape and this spring could be one of the best many have seen in some time. These cattle were pictured between Llano and Mason.

Sheep Markets Find Reprieve From Spiral

Sheep and lamb markets managed to stop the downward spiral this week as several markets reported steady prices and a few called the market higher as compared to last week’s market. Lighter lambs lead the recovery with the majority of those going to non-traditional markets.

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Slaughter Meat Goat Prices Dip Mostly Lower This Week

Slaughter meat goats prices were mostly $5-20 lower in most recent trading. Fredericksburg kids sold steady, San Angelo kids were $10-15 lower, and Goldthwaite averaged $5-10 lower. New Holland, Pennsylvania kids sold steady to $20 for the second week.

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Plains Fed Cattle On Hold For $128; Some In North $127.25

Panhandle fed cattle traders were once again on hold midweek. Feeders were asking $128-130, and though packers had not yet even offered a bid there was at least a glimmer of hope given some trade was breaking loose in the north for higher money.

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Bill Maddox Grew Up Horseback, Made His Living On Horses

In the early 1980s Bill Maddox was helping clean out wild cattle near Spring Branch so developers could move into the area. They came upon a bad Santa Gertrudis bull that wouldn’t drive, so Maddox roped it. When another cowboy came in to heel the bull, it turned and disemboweled his horse.

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Livestock Weekly Will Be
Closed Friday, April 19

T & S Feeders

Roswell Livestock Auction — In Observance Of Easter Sunday, Regular Cattle Sale Will Be Tuesday, April 23rd

800-284-5268
325-949-4611

PO Box 3306
San Angelo TX 76902

800-284-5268
325-949-4611

PO Box 3306
San Angelo TX 76902