Columbus Calves, Cows Steady To Stronger

COLUMBUS — (May 14) — Calves traded stronger, cows steady to strong. Receipts totaled 942 head. Steers: 150-300 pounds $170-210, 300-400 pounds $125-192, 400-500 pounds $120-158, 500-600 pounds $115-148, 600-700 pounds $105-135, 700-800 pounds $95-120. Heifers: 150-300 pounds $120-195, 300-400 pounds $110-162.50, 400-500 pounds $105-144, 500-600 pounds $90-140, 600-700 pounds $90-133, 700-800 pounds $90-108. Slaughter...

Lampasas Feeders $5-10 Higher

LAMPASAS — (May 13) — Feeders steers and heifers were $5-7 higher with some $10 higher, slaughter cows and bulls steady. Receipts totaled 469 head. Steers: 200-300 pounds no test, 300-400 pounds $131-162, 400-500 pounds $129-150, 500-600 pounds $122-135, 600-700 pounds $112-126, 700-800 pounds $107-121. Heifers: 200-300 pounds no test, 300-400 pounds $124-143, 400-500 pounds...

Hamilton Kids Steady, Nannies $10 Lower

HAMILTON — (May 18-19) — All classes of lambs and kids traded steady, ewes $20 higher, nannies $10 lower. Sheep and goat receipts totaled 3126 head. All classes of cattle traded steady Tuesday with the exception of packer cows which sold up to $2 higher. Sheep: Dorper and Dorper cross lambs 20-40 pounds $185-225, 40-70...

Most Feeder Cattle Price Trends Improve $1-5 Across The Country

JOSEPH, Mo. — (USDA-May 15) — Compared to last week, steers and heifers sold $1-5 higher. Feeder cattle buyers in the sales arenas this week came to the market with moderate to good demand. The best demand by far remains on those light calves suitable for backgrounding. Seller interest has improved somewhat this week as...

Imported Meat Totals 37,456 Metric Tons

DES MOINES, Iowa — (USDA) — Imported meat for the week ending May 9 totaled 37,456 metric tons. The following figures represent metric tons. Totals included the following: Argentina 610, Australia 5628, Brazil 1062, Canada 11,725, Chile 818, Costa Rica 211, Denmark 545, Germany 34, Honduras 38, Hungary 97, Ireland 74, Israel 17, Italy 220,...

Angelo Wooled Feeders, Nannies Trade Steady

SAN ANGELO — (USDA) — Compared to last week, wooled feeder lambs steady. Slaughter hair lambs firm, slaughter ewes $5-10 higher, kids $5-10 higher, nannies steady. Sheep and goat receipts totaled 9833 head. Compared to last week, calves and yearlings steady to $2 higher, slaughter cows and bulls $1-3 higher in medium fleshed fat cows...

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San Angelo TX 76902