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Producers Livestock
Tuesday January 28, 2020

San Angelo-Producers Livestock Auction sold 5791 head of sheep and goats. Wooled feeder lambs not well tested. Slaughter hair lambs sold fully 10.00 to 15.00 lower. Slaughter ewes sold steady. Kid goats sold near steady. Slaughter nannies 1.00 to 1.62 mostly 1.30 to 1.45, Mature billies 1.60 to 2.06

Wooled Feeder lambs: 1.74 to 2.02
Slaughter lambs: light weight 2.00 to 2.48 heavies 1.60 to 2.14
Slaughter ewes:  fleshy 85 to 1.16 thin ewes 65 to .95
Kid goats: 2.40-3.54 mostly 2.80 to 3.15

Top Representative Sales:
Claire Jones, Sonora, 45 wooled lambs, 90, 1.76
Claire Jones, Sonora, 21 wooled lambs, 106, 1.76
Russell Leonard, Hope NM, 36 wooled lambs, 60, 1.96
Russell Leonard, Hope NM, 24 wooled lambs, 74, 1.74
Dale McIntyre, Eden, 21 hair lambs, 52, 2.44
Kelby Frizzell, Sterling City, 32 hair lambs, 66, 2.46
Warren Wallace, Sonora, 10 hair lambs, 52, 2.46
Keith Batala, Garden City, 18 hair lambs, 55, 2.42
Keith Batala, Garden City, 24 hair lambs, 65, 2.30
Joe Collins, San Angelo, 49 hair lambs, 62, 2.30
Harkins Ranch, Sanderson, 52 hair lambs, 47, 2.49
Warren Cude, Ft Stockton, 20 hair lambs. 72, 2.18
Mike Meyer, Christoval, 72 kid goats, 40, 350.00
Duff Ranch, Christoval, 13 kid goats, 53, 3.26
Faudree Ranch, Midland, 12 kid goats, 38, 3.48
Faudree Ranch, Midland, 24 kid goats, 51, 3.16
Ronny Bowers, Sonora, 16 kid goats, 51, 3.34
Odilio Moreno, Del Rio, 23 kid goats, 45, 3.38
Neal Ranch, San Angelo, 33 kid goats, 40, 3.42
Kenny Gage, Iraan, 19 kid goats, 58, 2.98
Harrison Family, Sanderson, 35 kid goats, 53, 2.98








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Producers Livestock Auction
Thursday January 23, 2020

San Angelo-Producers Livestock Auction sold 1050 head of cattle. Compared with last weeks sale, calves & yearlings sold mostly 2.00 to 4.00 higher. Slaughter cows & bulls sold another 1.00 to 3.00 higher. Not enough replacement cows for a market test.

Better Quality Steers: 400-600 lbs, 135.00-195.00, mostly 145.00-175.00, 600-800 lbs, 115.00-155.00, mostly 125.00-145.00
Better Quality Heifers: 400-600 lbs, 120.00-160.00, mostly 125.00-145.00, 600-800 lbs, 105.00-135.00, mostly 110.00-130.00
Slaughter Cows: Average to high yield 51.00-65.00, thinner or lower yielding cows 35.00-47.00
Slaughter Bulls: Average to high yield 65.00-77.00, few of the very highest yielding 78.00-85.00

Top Representative Sales:
Carrol Robbins, Bronte, 3 steers, 448, 196.00
Terry Martin, San Angelo, 6 steers, 504, 184.00
Holik Ranch, Wall, 9 steers, 452, 186.00
Holik Ranch, Wall, 21 steers, 530, 166.00
Holik Ranch, Wall, 10 steers, 602, 157.00
Mark Daugherty, Alpine, 6 steers, 532, 172.00
Mark Daugherty, Alpine, 6 heifers, 529, 139.00
Lee Evans, Lowake, 6 heifers, 415, 163.00
Walt Harris, San Angelo, 8 heifers, 536, 137.00
Sherry Johnson, Eldorado, 4 heifers, 554, 138.00
Moore’s Ranch, Eldorado, 11 heifers, 632, 132.00
Moore’s Ranch, Eldorado, 7 heifers, 707, 125.00
Neil Woodward, Ft Stockton, 2 bulls, 1718, 85.50
Joe Wagley, San Angelo, 4 cows, 1390, 64.00
Joe Wagley, San Angelo, 5 cows, 1300, 63.50