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Fed Cattle Trade Looking For Higher Ground Again This Week

The fed cattle market appears to want to go higher again this week; that is always the hope. Feeders in the South are asking $120-plus. Bids had yet to be firmly established at presstime. Last week prices ranged from $110-120. The Texas Cattle Feeders Association counted 18,628 head on area showlists, down 2435 head from...

Slaughter Meat Goat Prices Mixed In This Week’s Sales

Fredericksburg kids steady. San Angelo kids $5-15 higher, nannies steady. Goldthwaite kids sold steady while slaughter nannies sold $5 lower. Hamilton kids steady, nannies traded $10 lower. Goat slaughter under federal inspection the week ending May 2 totaled 8320 head. Goat meat imports for the week ending May 9 totaled 178 metric tons with all...

Sheep Markets Able To Hold Steady

Lamb prices were mostly steady this week with the slaughter ewe market $5-10 higher at San Angelo, $5 higher at Goldthwaite and $20 at Hamilton. Old crop fat lambs continue to be a burden on the lamb market. As an example, last week Equity Cooperative electronic lamb auction offered 300 lambs weighing 175 pounds that...

Range Sales

Mid-Tex Cattle Co., Seguin, Texas sold on a delivered basis to the Texas Panhandle a deck of No. 1 Okie and crossbred heifers weighing 414 pounds $138, a deck of No. 1 Okie and cross steers and bulls 296 pounds $161, and to an East Texas buyer a half-load of Angus and Angus cross pairs...

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San Angelo TX 76902