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SHEEP & GOAT REPRESENTATIVE SALES REPORT

 

 

 

Producers Livestock Auction
Tuesday, September 20, 2022

San Angelo-Producers Livestock Auction sold 7972 sheep & goats. Compared with last week wooled feeder lambs sold 20 to 30 lower. Slaughter lambs sold 10 to 20 lower. Slaughter ewes sold 10 to 20 lower. Kid goats sold 10 to 15 higher. Slaughter nannies 1.10 to 1.64 mostly 1.48 to 1.55. Slaughter billies 2.00 to 2.65

Wooled Feeder lambs: 1.20 to 2.00 mostly 1.30 to 1.50
Slaughter lambs: 2.00 to 3.04 heavies 1.40 to 2.32
Slaughter ewes: 75 to 1.14 mostly .79 to .88
Kid Goats: 2.30 to 3.50 mostly 3.05 to 3.17 with some fancy feeders up to 3.97

Top Representative Sales:
Steve Scott, Eden, 27 wooled lambs, 62, 1.64
VIP L/s, San Angelo, 20 wooled lambs, 67, 1.44
VIP L/S, San Angelo, 27 wooled lambs, 76, 1.36
McIntosh Ranch, Eldorado, 29 wooled lambs, 66, 1.36
Jim Ellison, Miles, 11 hair lambs, 70, 2.70
John Dyck, Seminole, 10 hair lambs, 76, 2.53
Dennis Ranch, Ballinger, 14 hair lambs, 63, 2.88
Little Drip ,L/S, Miles, 30 hair lambs, 59, 2.44
Paul Hayes, Loraine, 10 hair lambs, 62, 2.58
Pfluger Ranch, San Angelo, 39 kid goats, 56, 3.33
Pfluger Ranch, San Angelo, 25 kid goats, 62, 3.25
Joe Rivera, San Angelo, 14 kid goats, 56, 3.20
Jerry Long, Hawley, 10 kid goats, 37, 3.97
Ronnie Wheeless, Miles, 10 kid goats, 44, 3.68
Rubin Casarez, Miles, 12 kid goats, 65, 3.16
Tate McMullan, Iraan, 13 kid goats, 61, 3.40
Dean McMullan, Iraan, 26 kid goats, 55, 3.32
Martin Corn, NM, 18 kid goats, 52, 3.51
Gretchin Noelke, San Angelo, 16 kid goats, 38, 3.95
J L P L/S, Ozona, 61 kid goats, 45, 3.29
Leroy Coronado, Hereford, 14 mutton goats, 85, 3.20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 






CATTLE REPRESENTATIVE SALES REPORT

 

 

 

Producers Livestock Auction
Thursday September 22 2022

San Angelo-Producers Livestock Auction sold 941 head of cattle. Compared to last week’s sale: calves and yearlings sold mostly steady to 2.00 lower. Overall quality not quite as attractive as last week’s offerings. Slaughter cows and bulls sold fully steady on the heavyweight and high yearling cows. Thinner fleshed and lightweight cows sold weak to 2.00 lower. Very few replacement cows were on offer at today’s sale.                                                     

Better Quality Steers: 400-600 lbs, 140.00-200.00, mostly 155.00-185.00, 600-800 lbs, 130.00-180.00, mostly 140.00-165.00
Better Quality Heifers: 400-600 lbs, 130.00-170.00, mostly 140.00-160.00, 600-800 lbs, 115.00-160.00, mostly 130.00-145.00
Slaughter Cows: Average to high yield 60.00-78.00, several highest yield 80.00-88.00. Thinner or lower yielding cows 40.00-58.00
Slaughter Bulls: Average to high yield 80.00-96.00, several highest yield 98.00-112.00
Bred Cows & 2 Year Olds: Average to better quality babytooth and good solidmouths 800.00-1100.00 per head. No choice tests.
Cow/Calf pairs: Not enough for market test.

Top Representative Sales:
Herb Heflin, Mertzon, 2 steers 320, 202.00
Pam Payton, Sonora, 3 steers, 570, 183.00
Lee Evans, Lowake, 1 steer, 400, 200.00
Lee Evans, Lowake, 2 steers, 605, 183.00
George Wallace, San Angelo 4 heifers, 331, 173.00
Arledge Livestock, Robert Lee, 3 heifers, 483, 165.00
Robert Parker, Eldorado, 3 heifers, 510, 161.00
Turkey Track Ranch, Sonora, 10 cows, 1325, 86.00
Gary Gierisch, Eden, 1 cow, 1575, 94.00
Centralia Livestock, Big Lake, 1 bull, 1620, 112.00
Fowlkes Ranch, Marfa, 2 bulls, 1703, 106.00