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SHEEP REPRESENTATIVE SALES REPORT

Producers Livestock
Tuesday, July 9, 2019

San Angelo-Producers Livestock Auction sold 7689 head of sheep and goats.  Wooled feeder lambs near steady. Slaughter lambs 5.00 to 10.00 higher. Slaughter ewes sold 3.00 to 5.00 higher. Kid goats mostly steady. Slaughter nannies 1.10 to 1.54 mostly 1.30 to 1.45 Mature billies 1.30 to 2.01

Wooled Feeder lambs: 1.56 to 1.80
Slaughter Lambs: light weight 1.40 to 2.31 heavies 1.25 to 1.60
Slaughter ewes:  fleshy .50 to .80 mostly .50 to .65 thin .30 to .50
Kid goats: 1.70-2.60 mostly 2.10 to 2.35 with some larger muttons up to 2.78

Top Representative Sales:
Ann Whitley, Mertzon, 44 wooled lambs, 57, 1.64
Pat Lovelace, San Angelo, 32 wooled lambs, 74, 1.80
TCCA Partnership, Del Rio, 19 wooled lambs, 72, 1.70
Jimmy Crane, Comstock, 72 wooled lambs, 78, 1.62
Rick Thomas, Eldorado, 58 hair lambs, 48, 2.31
Rick Thomas, Eldorado, 25 hair lambs, 55, 2.22
Rico Forlano, Eldorado, 10 hair lambs. 48, 2.12
Phinney Bros. Miles, 11 hair lambs, 56, 2.18
Tony Allen, Ozona, 39 hair lambs, 64, 1.92
Bryan Kane, Dodson, 17 hair lambs, 57, 2.10
Ben Brooks, Iraan, 24 hair ewe lambs, 82, 1.78
Buck Chappell, Big Spring, 17 hair lambs, 67, 1.94
Phil Edminston, Eldorado, 21 kid goats, 59, 2.52
Funderburgh Ranch, Stephenville, 27 kid goats, 59, 2.52
Carmon Sutton, Ozona, 19 kid goats, 53, 2.52
Lipan Springs, San Angelo, 9 kid goats, 60, 2.50
Marilyn McIntire, Menard, 16 mutton goats, 79, 2.66
Raphael Holder, Sonora, 59 mutton goats, 72, 2.70

 

 


CATTLE REPRESENTATIVE SALES REPORT

 

Producers Livestock Auction
Thursday July 11, 2019

San Angelo-Producers Livestock Auction had 735 head of cattle. Compared with last sale, two weeks ago, calves and yearlings sold fully 1.00 to 3.00 higher. Slaughter cows and bulls sold near steady. Replacement cows and pairs also sold near steady.

Better Quality Steers:  400-600 lbs, 125.00-175.00, mostly 135.00-150.00, 600-800 lbs., 105.00-145.00, mostly 115.00-130.00
Better Quality Heifers:  400-600 lbs., 110.00-145.00, mostly 115.00-130.00, 600-800 lbs, 95.00-125.00, mostly 105.00-115.00
Slaughter Cows:  Average to high yielding 52.00-64.00, thinner or lower yielding cows 43.00-51.00
Slaughter Bulls:  Average to high yielding 68.00-80.00, several of the highest yield 81.00 to 89.00

Top Representative Sale:
Julie Webb, San Angelo, 6 bulls, 353, 175.00
Ed Holland, Fredericksburg, 3 bulls, 420, 176.00
Ed Holland, Fredericksburg, 6 heifers, 411, 142.00
Ken Tounget, Christoval, 3 bulls, 350, 170.00
Kalina L/S, Miles, 3 steers, 332, 163.00
Benny Holik, Wall, 2 heifers, 378, 148.00
Colby Frizzell, Sterling City, 5 steers, 485, 162.00
Colby Frizzell, Sterling City, 11 steers, 594, 138.00 
John Slovenksy, Odessa, 3 steers, 610, 142.00  
John Slovenksy, Odessa, 3 heifers, 588, 120.00
C A Trimble, Junction, 3 steers, 577, 135.00
Hursh Ranch, Ft Stockton, 3 steers, 748, 128.00
Mertz 02 Ranch, San Angelo, 3 heifers, 505, 125.00
Mims Reed, Bedford, 5 heifers, 633, 121.00
Mims Reed, Bedford, 3 heifers, 490, 126.00
Kirk Tidwell, Bronte, 2 heifers, 645, 125.00
Lyda Cattle Co, Ft Stockton, 8 cows, 1091, 63.00
Jesus Hernandez, Presidio, 1 cow, 1250, 64.00
Bill Fort, Alpine, 1 bull, 2020 89.00