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Producers Livestock Auction
Tuesday, November 29, 2022

San Angelo-Producers Livestock Auction sold 3821 sheep & goats. Compared with two weeks ago wooled feeder lambs sold 10 to 20 lower. Slaughter lambs sold near steady on light weights with heavier weights as much as 30 lower. Slaughter ewes sold 10 to 15 higher. Kid goats sold 15 to as much as 25 lower. Slaughter nannies 1.10 to 1.50 mostly 1.32 to 1.41. Slaughter billies 1.80 to 2.60

Wooled Feeder lambs: 1.60 to 2.38
Slaughter lambs: 2.20 to 3.69 heavies 1.60 to 2.67
Slaughter ewes: 90 to 1.33 mostly 1.20 to 1.25
Kid Goats: 2.00 to 3.69 mostly 2.50 to 3.15 with some feeder goat up to 4.33

Top Representative Sales:
TCCA Partnership, Del Rio, 16 wooled lambs, 74, 2.29
G C Crosby Ranch, Eldorado, 16 wooled lambs, 63, 2.38
G C Crosby Ranch, Eldorado, 29 wooled lambs, 69, 2.00
Bull Creek Ranch, Sterling City, 20 wooled lambs, 84, 1.82
Wayne Sutton, Sanderson, 17 wooled lambs, 95, 1.60
Bill Black, Ozona, 11 hair lambs, 67, 2.43
Dean McIntyre, San Angelo, 6 hair lambs, 66, 2.85
John Woelfel, Floydada, 15 hair lambs, 71, 2.69
Bradley Hudson, Miles, 6 kid goats, 56, 3.40
Hank Elliott, Ft Stockton, 11 kid goats, 56, 3.22
Clarkson Partnership, Sonora, 10 kid goats, 48, 3.72
Steve Ellwanger, San Angelo, 5 kid goats, 39, 3.90
Josh Kouns, Seymore, 15 kid goats, 51, 3.33
Johnny Griffin, Eldorado, 23 kid goats, 37, 3.81
Johnny Griffin, Eldorado, 39 kid goats, 45, 3.73
Chris Visser, NM, 11 kid goats, 60, 3.36
Harrison Family LP, Sanderson, 13 kid goats, 62, 3.58
Chip Cole, San Angelo, 34 kid goats, 55, 3.30

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Producers Livestock Auction
Thursday December 1, 2022

San Angelo-Producers Livestock Auction sold 855 head of cattle. This week’s sale: choice quality lightweight calves sold another $3 to 5.00 higher. Heavier weight calves sold near steady. Slaughter cows sold firm to 3.00 higher with most increase on the heavyweight and high yielding cows. Bred cows and pairs sold near steady on a fairly light offering.

Better Quality Steers: 400-600 lbs, 150.00-230.00, mostly 155.00-190.00, 600-800 lbs, 130.00-175.00, mostly 140.00-160.00.
Better Quality Heifers: 400-600 lbs, 130.00-185.00, mostly 145.00-165.00, 600-800 lbs, 115.00-150.00, mostly 125.00-145.00.
Slaughter Cows: Average to high yield 60.00-70.00, several highest yield 71.00-79.00, several thinner or lower yielding cows 33.00-55.00.
Slaughter Bulls: Average to high yield 71.00-89.00, few highest yield 90.00-99.00.
Bred Cows & 2 Year Olds: Average to better quality few young cows medium to heavybred 800.00-1235.00 per head. No choice sets.
Cow/Calf pairs: Not enough for market test.

Top Representative Sales:
Bill Fiveash, Paint Rock, 3 bulls, 305, 242.00
Don Wilson, Sonora, 5 steers, 467, 216.00
Don Wilson, Sonora, 6 heifers, 448,175.00
Daryl Schroeder, Blackwell, 3 heifers, 282, 209.00
John Dankworth, Ballinger, 3 heifers, 432, 173.00
Mesa T Ranch, Winters, 2 steers, 420, 229.00
Tall City Cattle Co, Midland, 3 steers, 400, 230.00
J D Hejny, Miles, 6 steers, 544, 187.00
Houston Guy, San Angelo, 5 steers, 655, 164.50
Mittel Ranch, Eldorado, 5 heifers, 544, 155.00
Lange Bros, Norton, 3 heifers, 455, 159.00
Tory Morrison, Sterling City, 3 heifers, 540, 155.00
Alton Fischer, Ballinger, 2 heifers, 703, 148.00
Ricky Cobb, Azle, 1 cow, 1390, 80.00
Mike Meyer, San Angelo, 3 cows, 1558, 72.00
Michael Mertz, Eldorado 1bull, 1940, 99.00
Bob Hayter, Ft Stockton, 1 bull, 1935, 99 .00