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SHEEP REPRESENTATIVE SALES REPORT

Producers Livestock Auction
Tuesday, March 19, 2019

San Angelo-Producers Livestock Auction sold 7373 head of sheep and goats. Wooled feeder lambs not enough sold to establish a trend. Slaughter lambs 10.00 to 20.00 lower. Slaughter ewes sold steady on the smoother fleshy ewes. Kid goats firm. Slaughter nannies 1.00 to 1.32 mostly 1.10 to 1.20 Mature billies 1.40 to 1.86 mostly 1.50 to 1.60

Wooled Feeder lambs: 1.71 to 2.16
Slaughter Lambs: light weight 1.90 to 2.42 heavies 1.40 to 2.08
Slaughter ewes: fleshy .80 to 1.02 mostly .80 to .90 thin .60 to .80
Kid goats: 2.10-3.40 mostly 2.95 to 3.05.

Top Representative Sales:
Pat Lovelace, San Angelo, 20 wooled lambs, 57, 2.16
Nancy Haechten, Lowake, 42 wooled lambs, 90, 1.71
Manuel Nunez, Shallowater, 12 hair lambs, 58, 2.26
Double O Ranch, Ozona, 39 hair lambs, 52, 2.32
Jenny Trainer, Christoval, 17 hair lambs, 56, 2.27
Ricco Ferlano,, Eldorado, 24 hair lambs, 57, 2.20
Shannon Wilkerson, Eldorado, 36 hair lambs, 66, 2.20
Bobby Mayo, Miles, 23 hair lambs, 59, 2.36
Brent Heinze, Miles, 56 hair lambs, 64, 2.17
Werrner Halfmann, Rowena, 10 hair lambs, 77, 1.94
Pat Jackson, Christoval, 61 hair lambs, 70, 2.02
Holubec Farms, Melvin, 24 hair lambs, 86, 1.98
Alfred Newkirk, New Mexico, 23 kid goats, 49, 3.28
Alfred Newkirk, New Mexico, 10 kid goats, 61, 3.22
Elite Farms, Eldorado, 15 kid goats, 43, 3.24
Galin Ford, Denver City, 16 kid goats, 52, 3.36
Paige Ragsdale, Eldorado, 10 kid goats, 57, 3.38





 
CATTLE REPRESENTATIVE SALES REPORT

 

Producers Livestock Auction
Thursday March 21, 2019

San Angelo-Producers Livestock Auction had 1228 head of cattle. Compared with last week’s sale, a nice offering of calves sold fully 2.00 to 4.00 higher. Heavier weight feeder cattle sold near steady. Slaughter cows and bulls also sold near steady. Replacement cows and pairs continue to sell with good overall demand.

Better Quality Steers: 400-600 lbs, 135.00-190.00, mostly 145.00-165.00, 600-800 lbs, 115.00-165.00, mostly 130.00-145.00
Better Quality Heifers: 400-600 lbs, 120.00-160.00, mostly 125.00-145.00, 600-800 lbs, 110.00-140.00, mostly 115.00-130.00
Slaughter Cows: Average to high yield 54.00-64.00, thinner or lower yielding cows 42.00-52.00
Slaughter Bulls: Average to high yield 74.00-88.00

Top Representative Sale:
J & M Green, Ballinger, 4 steers, 549, 167.00
Alan Curry, San Angelo, 7 bulls, 308, 171.00
Alan Curry, San Angelo, 9 heifers, 351, 155.00
Rebecca Luedecke, Eden, 3 heifers, 433, 140.00
Greg Schwertner, Ballinger, 6 steers, 617, 165.50
Greg Schwertner, Ballinger, 20 steers, 694, 155.50
Rock Pile Ranch, Garden City, 8 steers, 639, 155.00
Rock Pile Ranch, Garden City, 10 heifers, 624, 130.00
Kenny Michalewicz, San Angelo, 5 heifers, 478, 154.00
Wardlaw Ranch, Sonora, 10 steers, 700, 155.75
T R Hinds, Del Rio, 5 steers, 709, 151.00
Carri Chandler, Ozona, 4 heifers, 508, 146.00
Shane Kelton, Robert Lee, 4 heifers, 593, 136.00
Mike Jernigan, Iraan, 12 heifers, 724, 123.00
John Luedecke, Alpine, 4 cows, 1295, 63.00
Pleas Childress, Ozona, 1 bull, 2125, 89.00
J A C Ranch, Ft Stockton, 2 bulls, 1973, 87.00