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SHEEP & GOAT REPRESENTATIVE SALES REPORT

 

Producers Livestock Auction
Tuesday, May 21, 2024
San Angelo-Producers Livestock Auction sold 7,000 sheep and goats Tuesday with 2400 left for Wednesdays sale. Wooled feeder lambs sold 5.00 to 10.00 higher. Slaughter lambs sold 10.00 to 20.00 lower. Slaughter ewes sold 5.00 to 10.00 higher. Kid goats sold 15.00 to 25.00 higher with a big increase on the coming yearling billies. Slaughter nannies 1.10 to 1.95, mostly 1.54 to 1.67. Slaughter billies 1.90 to 2.80.

Wooled Feeder Lambs: 2.20 to 2.48
Slaughter Lambs: 2.30 to 2.73 heavies, 2.10 to 2.68
Slaughter Ewes: .70 to 1.22 mostly .94 to 1.17
Kid Goats: 2.30 to 4.10 mostly 3.58 to 3.68

Top Representative Sales:
J P Family, San Angelo, 50 wooled lambs, 72, 2.48
J P Family, San Angelo, 49 wooled lambs, 82, 2.44
Burk Ranch, Del Rio, 30 hair lambs, 70, 2.42
Louis Bunger, Ozona, 45 hair lambs, 84, 2.50
Pammy Millican, Dimmitt, 12, hair lambs, 2.54
Kevin Bucy, Rochelle, 13 hair lambs, 57, 2.57
Ross Whitten, Eldorado, 27 hair lambs, 58, 2.62
William Brooks, Girvin, 27 hair lambs, 77, 2.42
Mitch Jurecek, Eldorado, 32 hair lambs, 68, 2.64
Cargile Ranch, San Angelo, 45 hair lambs, 94, 2.50
Stella Flutsch, Ft McKavett, 12 kid goats, 56, 3.85
Coots Ranch, Sheffield, 47 kid goats, 61, 3.88
Mike Friess, Sonora, 34 kid goats, 57, 3.70
Bethal Boer LLC, NM, 30 kid goats, 55, 3.80
D W E L/S, San Angelo, 8 kid goats, 68, 3.90
Randy Nix, Deleon, 10 kid goats, 56, 3.85
Loyd Whitehead, San Angelo, 20 kid goats, 56, 3.58

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CATTLE REPRESENTATIVE SALES REPORT

 

 

Producers Livestock Auction
Thursday May 23, 2024
San Angelo-Producers Livestock Auction sold 401 cattle. Compared with last week’s sale, calves & yearlings sold near steady with continued strong demand for the better quality calves. Slaughter cows & bulls sold firm to 2.00 higher. Very limited numbers of replacement cows sold near steady.

Better Quality Steers: 400-600 lbs, 240.00-320.00, mostly 260.00-285.00, 600-800 lbs, 210.00-275.00, mostly 230.00-255.00
Better Quality Heifers: 400-600 lbs, 220.00-285.00, mostly 235.00-265.00, 600-800 lbs, 180.00-230.00, mostly 195.00-220.00
Slaughter Cows: Average to high yield 100.00-120.00, highest yield 122.00-146.00, very thin or very low yielding cows 70.00-90.00
Slaughter Bulls: Average to high yield 120.00-146.00, few highest yield 148.00-170.00
Bred Cows & 2 Year Olds: not enough for market test.
Cow/Calf pairs: not enough for market test.

Top Representative Sales:
Copeland L/C, Sterling City, 3 steers, 543, 320.00
Copeland L/C, Sterling City, 9 steers, 651, 276.00
Copeland L/C, Sterling City, 4 heifers, 470, 250.00
Lennon Ranch, Christoval, 4 steers, 489, 303.00
Douglas Roberts, Robert lee, 2 steers, 543, 315.00
Mark Daugherty, Alpine, 4 steers, 726, 246.00
Mark Daugherty, Alpine, 6 heifers, 563, 233.00
William Ritter, Water Valley, 2 heifers, 448, 285.00
Ross Whitten, Eldorado, 5 steers, 585, 264.00
Ross Whitten, Eldorado, 6 steers, 737, 245.00
David Wilson, Mertzon, 5 steers, 813, 230.00
Bryan Lacy, San Angelo, 2 heifers, 435, 272.00
Kellye Duncan, Robert Lee, 2 heifers, 538, 248.00
Sterling Cole, San Angelo, 2 cows, 1208, 146.00
William Fincher, Robert Lee, 2 cows, 1150, 143.00
Bearden Investments, Sugarland, 1 cow, 1235, 140.00
Bearden Investments, Sugarland, 1 bull, 2275, 173.00
Eppenauer Ranch, Marfa, 1 bull, 1900, 158.00