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Gonzales

Date: 8-17-13

Volume: 1,624

Compared to our last sale: Feeder calves and yearlings sold steady to $2 higher. Packer cows sold steady.

Stocker-feeder steers:

Medium and large frame No. 1:

150-300 lbs. 215-235

300-400 lbs. 190-210

400-500 lbs. 170-180

500-600 lbs. 149-165

600-700 lbs. 141-145

700-800 lbs. 137-139

Stocker-feeder heifers:

Medium and large frame No.1:

150-300 lbs. 175-210

300-400 lbs. 165-175

400-500 lbs. 142-160

500-600 lbs. 135-143

600-700 lbs. 130-132

Packer Cows: Good lean utility and commercial: 75-80; Cutters: 79-87; Canners: 61-68; Low yielding fat cows: 69-76

Packer Bulls: Yield grade 1 and 2, good heavy bulls: 97-102; lightweights and medium quality: 85-94; Bull yearlings 700-900 lbs.: 91-105

Stocker Cows: $950-$1,150

Pairs: $1,050-$1,550


Karnes City

Date: 5-9-2009

Head Count: 890

Cattle: 738; Goats & Other: 152

Market was very strong on calves. Active on stocker cows.

Average price (High price)

Steers:

200-300 lbs. 185 (240)

300-400 lbs. 170 (200)

400-500 lbs. 162 (190)

500-600 lbs. 150 (168)

600-700 lbs. 142 (158)

More than 700 lbs. 135 (150)

Heifers:

200-300 lbs. 175 (202)

300-400 lbs. 160 (188)

400-500 lbs. 150 (230)

500-600 lbs. 140 (165)

600-700 lbs. 132 (152)

More than 700 lbs. 120 (145)

Stocker Cows:

Bred Cows: $1,100/hd. ($1,325/hd.)

Pairs: $1,250 ($1,425)

Packer Cows:

No. 1: 76 (85)

No. 2: 68 (75)

Bulls: 92 (100)

Goats (per head):

Kids:

25-50 lbs. $40 ($65)

50-100 lbs. $70 ($115)

Nannies: $65 ($125)

Billies: $95 ($165)

Sheep: $50 ($100)

Rams: $85 ($230)

Swine:

Piglets (per head): $38 ($50)

Tops: 45 (52)

Sows: 38 (45)

Boars: 5 (10)


Nixon

Date: 8-12-13

Cattle on Hand: 1,256

(152 Cows; 11 Bulls)

Sheep & Goats: 2

Steers:

200-300 lbs.:

160-170-230

300-400 lbs.:

161-171-220

400-500 lbs.:

141-151-191

500-600 lbs.:

133-143-168

600-700 lbs.:

126-136-151

700-800 lbs.:

114-124-139

Heifers:

200-300 lbs.:

136-146-225

300-400 lbs.:

139-149-190

400-500 lbs.:

133-143-180

500-600 lbs.:

126-136-185

600-700 lbs.:

118-128-148

700-800 lbs.:

107-117-131

Slaughter Cows: 52-88

Slaughter Bulls: 81-105

Stocker Cows: $650-$1,100

Pairs: $1,525

Sale every Monday, 10:30 a.m.


Seguin

Date: 8-14-13

Cattle-1,036; Hogs-86; Horses-15; Sheep & Goats-601

The overall quality of stocker and feeder cattle was not as deep as the two previous weeks. The 1-1/2 to 2 grade cattle were $2-$4 lower. Packer cows and bulls full steady.

Medium & Large Frame No. 1 Steers:

200-300 lb. 200-250

300-400 lb. 180-240

400-500 lb. 160-187

500-600 lb. 145-162

600-700 lb. 130-152

700-850 lb. 120-142

Medium & Large Frame No. 1

Heifers:

200-300 lb. 180-205

300-400 lb. 165-195

400-500 lb. 150-180

500-600 lb. 130-155

600-750 lb. 125-145

Cows:

Utility & Commercial: 82-91

Cutters: 75-85

Canners: 63-72

Palpated Cows (Young): 95-115

Middle Aged: 85-95

Cow & Calf Pairs: $1,050-$1,300

Bulls:

Heavy High Yielding: 98-105

Light & Low Yielding: 88-95

Feeder Bulls: 100-125

Horses:

Heavy/Fat/Riding: $175-$350 hd.

Light/Fat: $125-$150 hd.

Thin: $40-$75 hd.

Hogs:

#1 Butchers: 75-80

#2 Butchers: 65-70

Sows: 40-55

Boars: 5-30

Feeder Pigs: $70-$80 cwt.

Feeder Shoats: $75-$80 cwt.

Sheep & Goats:

Nannies (Young): $75-$120 hd.

Thin & Old Nannies: $35-$70 hd.

Kid Goats (fat): 170-200

Small & Thin: 130-160

Wethers: 130-170

Billies: $75-$115 cwt.

Barb. Ewes (Young) $40-$50 hd.

Thin & Old Ewes: $30-$40 hd.

Barb. Lambs (Fat): 140-165

Barb. Lambs (Small & Thin): 120-135

Barb. Bucks: $165-$600 hd.

Wooled Ewes: $50-$55 cwt.

Wooled Bucks: $50-$56 cwt.

Lambs: 120-135
 

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