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Sheep Markets Calling Trends Steady to Higher

San Angelo’s market was firm to $5 higher on slaughter lambs with slaughter ewes being firm. New Holland, Pennsylvania was steady to $10 higher and Billings, Montana traded steady to higher. Domestic lamb and mutton meat production for the week ending October 4 was estimated at 2.3 million pounds, unchanged from the previous week. To...

Fed Cattle Trade Quiet Midweek, Players At An Impasse Thus Far

The fed cattle market is slowly clawing its way back up. At midweek, however, trading in the Southern Plains had yet to get going with feeders asking $110 and packers bidding $5 back. Last week the average going rate was just shy of $106.50. Wednesday’s Fed Cattle Exchange offered 666 head from Texas, Nebraska and...

Slaughter Meat Goat Prices Range Either Side Of Steady

Slaughter meat goat trade was uneven dancing between steady to higher and lower this week. At Fredericksburg light kids sold $10 higher. Goldthwaite light and slaughter kids steady to $5 lower, slaughter nannies $5-10 higher, replacement nannies steady. New Holland, Pennsylvania sold slaughter kids $5-10 higher, nannies steady to $15 lower, billies $20-30 lower. San...

Range Sales

Cattle For Sale By David, San Angelo, sold 47 babytooth heavy and medium bred Angus Plus cows from near Cameron to a buyer at Spanish Camp, Texas for $1000 per head. Mid-Tex Cattle Co., Seguin, sold on a delivered basis to the Texas Panhandle two loads of No. 1½ Okie and crossbred heifers weighing 663...

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San Angelo TX 76902