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Lamb Markets Hold Steady This Week

Slaughter lambs were steady to higher this week with San Angelo’s market quoting $10-15 higher, New Holland, Pennsylvania sold steady. Other Texas markets, Goldthwaite, Hamilton and Fredericksburg were mostly steady. Domestic lamb and mutton meat production for the week ending October 9 totaled two million pounds on a slaughter count of 34,000 head as compared...

Slaughter Meat Goats Remain Mixed In This Week’s Sales

San Angelo kids sold $15-20 higher while nannies sold weak to $5 lower. Goldthwaite kids steady, slaughter nannies $5-10 higher, replacement nannies $10 lower. New Holland, Pennsylvania kids sold strong, light nannies weak, heavy nannies steady, billies sold weak. Hamilton kids $5-15 lower, nannies $5 softer. Fredericksburg kids steady. Goat slaughter under federal inspection the...

Fed Cattle Market Gets Moving At $124; Most Holding For More

The fed cattle market at presstime Wednesday was just getting underway with some trades at $124, essentially even money with last week. The Texas Cattle Feeders Association counted 9361 head on area showlists, down 1410 head. Formulas totaled 60,596, down 177 head. DTN reported much the same with asking prices around $125 to $126 in...

Range Sales

Cattle For Sale By David, San Angelo, sold 45 babytooth spring calving crossbreds, from Poteet, Texas to Lake Arthur, New Mexico for $925, 87 young, heavy and medium bred Angus plus, from Lorena, Texas to Stephenville, Texas for $1090, 45 young medium bred Angus and black baldies from Unionville, Missouri, to Henrietta, Oklahoma, $1425. The...

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San Angelo TX 76902