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Slaughter Meat Goats Mostly Steady To Higher This Week

San Angelo kids sold $5-10 higher, nannies steady. Hamilton kids and nannies sold steady. Goldthwaite slaughter kids and nannies sold steady to $5 higher, replacement nannies steady. Billings, Montana sharply higher. Fredericksburg kids traded steady to $10 lower. Goat slaughter under federal inspection the week ending January 1 totaled 10,589 head. Goat meat imports for...

Sheep Markets Give Up Recent Gains

Lamb markets were mostly lower this week. San Angelo sold $10-15 lower, Hamilton $5 off and Fredericksburg $5-10 lower. Goldthwaite sold last Thursday with a steady market. Slaughter ewes were also lower at most markets. The USDA estimated domestic lamb and mutton meat production for the week ending January 15 totaled 2.08 million pounds on...

Range Sales

Cattle For Sale By David, San Angelo, sold 72 young Angus and Angus cross pairs from Miles, Texas to Tulia for $1600, 78 fancy four year old heavy bred Beefmasters from Carlsbad, New Mexico to Deming for $1525, 107 young, bred crossbreds, from Rossville, Texas to Claremont for $975. The USDA counted 2950 head of...

TAHC Confirms EHM In Lamb County Horse

AUSTIN — (TAHC) — The Texas Animal Health Commission has confirmed equine herpes myeloencephalopathy (EHM), the neurologic disease linked to equine herpes virus (EHV-1), in a Lamb County Quarter Horse. It is the first positive detection of EHM in Texas this year. The horse was tested after showing neurologic signs consistent with EHM. The premises...

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800-284-5268
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PO Box 3306
San Angelo TX 76902