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Producers Livestock Auction
Tuesday, January 31, 2023

San Angelo-Producers Livestock Auction sold 1641 sheep & goats. Compared to last week wooled feeder lambs were not enough to establish a trend. Slaughter lambs firm on the lighter weight new crop and steady on heavier lambs. Slaughter ewes sold weak to 3 lower. Kid goats sold 5 to 15 higher. Slaughter nannies 1.10 to 1.56 mostly 1.53 to 1.57. Slaughter billies 1.70 to 2.56

Wooled Feeder lambs: 1.61 to 250
Slaughter lambs: 2.00 to 3.30 heavies 1.30 to 2.33
Slaughter ewes: 80 to 1.26 mostly 1.04 to 1.08
Kid Goats: 2.30 to 3.65 mostly 3.16 to 3.35 some light feeders up to 3.95  

Top Representative Sales:
Sherry Cole, Aubrey, 27 wooled lambs, 66, 1.92
Sherry Cole, Aubrey, 35 wooled lambs, 91, 1.61
Napa Valley Lamb, Co., 16 clipped lambs, 63, 2.50
Napa Valley Lamb, Co., 25 clipped lambs, 74, 2.42
John Wiede, Lamesa, 6 hair lambs, 56, 3.04
John Wiede, Lamesa, 7 hair lambs, 78, 2.38|
Bethel Ranch, Robert Lee, 18 hair lambs, 61, 3.30
Bethel Ranch, Robert Lee, 11 hair lambs, 66, 3.08
Dove Creek L/C, Knickerbocker, 9 hair lambs, 63, 3.20
Dove Creel L/C, Knickerbocker, 32 hair lambs, 77, 2.68
Burk Ranch, Del Rio, 33 hair lambs, 95, 1.98
Burk Ranch, Del Rio, 20 hair lambs, 87, 232.00
Janet Reyes, Lubbock, 5 kid goats, 62, 3.18
Rosalio Leos, Sonora, 6 kid goats, 46, 3.22

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

CATTLE REPRESENTATIVE SALES REPORT

 

 

 

 

 

Producers Livestock Auction
Thursday January 26, 2023

San Angelo-Producers Livestock Auction sold 733 cattle. Compared with last week’s sale: Calves and yearlings sold fully $2 to $4 higher with very strong demand for he better quality offerings. Slaughter cows and bulls sold fully $4 to $6 higher. Even the medium to thinner fleshed cows sold much higher. Bred cows and heavybred two year olds sold higher again this week.

Better Quality Steers: 400-600 lbs, 155.00-225.00, mostly 170.00-195.00, 600-800 lbs, 135.00-185.00, mostly 150.00-165.00
Better Quality Heifers: 400-600 lbs, 135.00-190.00, mostly 150.00-170.00, 600-800 lbs, 120.00-165.00, mostly 130.00-150.00
Slaughter Cows: Average to high yield 62.00-78.00, several highest yield 80.00-90.00, thinner or lower yielding cows 40.00-60.00
Slaughter Bulls: Average to high yield 77.00-95.00, few highest yield 97.00-107.00
Bred Cows & 2 Year Olds: Few groups of  young to solidmouth cows, medium to heavybred 800.00-1400.00 per head. No choice sets
Cow/Calf pairs: Not enough for market test.

Top Representative Sales:
George Wallace Ranch, Sonora, 10 steers, 491, 216.00
George Wallace Ranch, Sonora, 8 heifers, 502, 174.00
George Wallace Ranch, Sonora, 8 heifers, 430, 189.00
Louis Bunger, Ozona, 2 bulls, 300, 244.00
Justin Smith, Water Valley, 2 steers, 478, 228.00
Six Shooter Ranch, McCamey, 5 steers, 492, 222.00
Six Shooter Ranch, McCamey, 10 steers, 655, 176.00
Johnson Ranch, Eldorado, 4 steer, 583, 203.00
Johnson Ranch, Eldorado, 4 heifers, 531, 173.00
Andy Smith Jr, Water Valley, 5 heifers, 453, 186.00
Richard Hartgrove, San Angelo, 8 steers, 581, 191.00
Richard Hartgrove, San Angelo, 4 steers, 713, 168.00
McIntosh Ranch, Eldorado, 6 heifers, 646, 143.00
Moores Ranch, Eldorado, 2 heifers, 753, 145.00
C & C Ranch, San Angelo, 3 cows, 1285, 90.00
Reed & Stewart Ranch, Sterling City, 3 cows, 1305, 87.00
Reed & Stewart Ranch, Sterling City, 2 bulls, 1823, 102.00
Clay Allen, Robert Lee, 1 bull, 1695, 100.00