The oldest active cattle drive in Wyoming is under threat.
Light and slaughter kids $5-10 higher, slaughter nannies $10 higher, replacement nannies $10-20 higher, all classes of lambs traded $5-10 higher. Sheep and goat receipts totaled 3815 head.
All classes of sheep and goats traded steady. Sheep and goat receipts totaled 2620 head.
Light calves sold mostly $2-4 lower, yearlings $2 lower, packers steady. Receipts totaled 715 head.
Packer cows and bulls sold steady to firm, stocker and feeder steers steady to firm, heifers $2-3 higher, stocker cows and pairs $50-100 higher. Receipts totaled 1621 head.
Compared to last week, cows and bulls steady, steers and heifers $2-3 higher. Cattle receipts totaled 780 head.
Feeder steers and heifers traded steady to $5 higher, slaughter cows and bulls steady. Receipts totaled 467 head.
All classes of cattle traded steady. Receipts totaled 1679 head.
No. 1 calves and yearlings sold $2-4 higher, less quality calves and yearlings steady, packer cows and bulls $4 higher. Receipts totaled 898 head.
Mason and San Saba all cattle traded steady this week. Receipts totaled 2101 head for the two sales.