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Sheep Markets Move Higher After Storm

Last week’s winter storm forced the closure of Texas sheep auctions. This week brought on much higher prices as compared to two weeks ago with San Angelo, Hamilton and Fredericksburg all reporting markets $10-40 higher. New Holland, Pennsylvania was steady to $5 higher as compared to last week’s sale. The USDA estimated lamb and mutton...

Slaughter Meat Goats Sold Mostly Steady To Higher

San Angelo slaughter kids $20-35 higher and nannies held steady. Hamilton kids and nannies quoted sharply higher. New Holland, Pennsylvania kids steady to $20 higher, nannies steady to $15 higher, billies steady. Fredericksburg kids traded $20-40 higher. Goat slaughter under federal inspection the week ending February 6 totaled 9537 head. Goat meat imports for the...

Plains Fed Cattle Trade Limited Midweek; Price On The Move Up

The severe winter storm had prices moving higher again this week, though movement was limited as packers had yet to step up to the plate midweek. Feeders were asking $116. Last week’s average going rate was $114.25. The Texas Cattle Feeders Association counted 12,040 head on area showlists, down 2484 head. Formulas totaled 57,640, down...

Range Sales

The USDA counted 800 head of feeder cattle selling direct off Kansas range including 300 medium and large No. 1 steers weighing 800 pounds $130.13, 120 head for July on a delivered basis to weigh 800 pounds $143, 180 medium and large No. 1 heifers for July to weigh 775 pounds $136 delivered, for August...

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San Angelo TX 76902