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Slaughter Meat Goats Mostly Steady To Higher This Week

Most slaughter goats sold steady to up in this week’s trade. Goldthwaite kids steady to $10 higher, slaughter nannies $5-10 higher, replacement nannies $10-15 higher. New Holland, Pennsylvania kids sold stronger overall as well as nannies and billies. Hamilton kids sold $10 lower, nannies sold steady. Fort Collins, Colorado kids sold steady to $15 higher...

Lambs Mixed Going Into Holiday Week

New Holland, Pennsylvania market sold steady to strong. Hamilton was $10 off in Monday’s sale. Goldthwaite sold with a $5-10 higher market. Colorado and South Dakota markets were mostly softer. There was no sale at San Angelo and the sale report for Fredericksburg was not available at presstime. The USDA estimated lamb and mutton production...

Plains Fed Cattle Trade Quiet In Typical Short Holiday Week

Panhandle fed cattle trade had yet to budge at presstime, packers tendering no bids and DTN reporting asking prices of $136-plus in the South while the North had yet to disclose their asking price. Packers reportedly need cattle as their inventory was not overbought and they did not have a lot of committed cattle to...

Range Sales

4L Cattle Co., Vic Choate, San Angelo sold two loads of heavy bred short mouthed cows for $855 per head f.o.b. San Angelo, a load of fancy young, heavy bred, black and black baldies for $1250 f.o.b., a short load of similar pairs $1350, a short load of  replacement Brangus heifers 645 pounds $130 f.o.b.,...

Entire Transport System Likely To Be Clogged Through Midyear

By Colleen Schreiber CARLSBAD, Calif. — For well over a year now, exporters who are trying to ship U.S. goods to customers overseas have been facing a mountain of challenges. The issues at the ports, the West Coast ports in particular, are mostly what the headlines are made of right now, but at the recent...

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