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Atascosa
Sale: 8-19-14
Cattle and calves: 1,054
(364 Steers; 525 Heifers; 131 Cows; 34 Bulls)
Steers:
Med., Large No. 1-2:
200-300 lb. 280-340
300-400 lb. 265-310
400-500 lb. 230-295
500-600 lb. 200-238
600-700 lb. 185-210
700-800 lb. 175-206
800-900 lb. 160-195
Heifers:
Med., Large No. 1-2:
200-300 lb. 260-310
300-400 lb. 240-274
400-500 lb. 210-254
500-600 lb. 180-222
600-700 lb. 170-224
700-800 lb. 160-220
800-900 lb. 140-175
Slaughter Bulls:
1,250-2,150 lb. 130-144.50
Slaughter Cows:
900-1,400 lb. 110-135.50
600-900 lb. 85-110
Fat: 110-125
Bred Cows:
800-1,250 lb. $1,000-$1,600

Gonzales
Date: 8-23-14
Volume: 1,296
Compared to our last sale:
Feeder calves and yearlings sold steady. Packer cows sold steady.
Stocker-feeder steers:
Medium and large frame No. 1:
150-300 lb. 310-400
300-400 lb. 285-325
400-500 lb. 240-280
500-600 lb. 215-235
600-700 lb. 203-210
700-800 lb. 190-200
Stocker-feeder heifers:
Medium and large frame No.1:
150-300 lb. 255-350
300-400 lb. 235-245
400-500 lb. 220-240
500-600 lb. 185-215
600-700 lb. 175-185
Packer Cows: Good lean utility and commercial: 94-115; Cutters: 115-131; Canners: 75-89; Low yielding fat cows: 98-112
Packer Bulls: Yield grade 1 and 2, good heavy bulls: 120-147; lightweights and medium quality: 105-115; Bull yearlings 700-900 lb.: 145-185
Stocker Cows: $950-$2,200
Pairs: $1,250-$3,100

Karnes City
Date: 8-23-14
Head Count: 615
Cattle: 455; Goats & Other: 160
Market was steady throughout all classes of livestock.
Average price (High price)
200-300 lb.:
Steers, 275 (345);
Heifers, 255 (300)
300-400 lb.:
Steers, 255 (300);
Heifers, 235 (285)
400-500 lb.:
Steers, 235 (265);
Heifers, 215 (260)
500-600 lb.:
Steers, 215 (240);
Heifers, 205 (230)
600-700 lb.:
Steers, 200 (225);
Heifers, 200 (215)
More than 700 lb.:
Steers, 185 (215);
Heifers, 172 (200)
Stocker Cows:
Bred Cows: $1,475/hd.
($1,650/hd.)
Pairs: $1,750 ($2,300)
Packer Cows:
No. 1: 116 (132)
No. 2: 105 (115)
Bulls: 135 (145)
Goats (per head):
Kids:
25-50 lbs. $65 ($130)
50-100 lbs. $120 ($165)
Nannies: $85 ($130)
Billies: $125 ($215)
Sheep: $75 ($135)
Rams: $180 ($275)
Swine:
Piglets (per head):
$60 ($85)
Tops: 58 (65)
Sows: 48 (52)
Boars: 8 (30)
NOTICE: No sale Saturday, Aug. 30 due to Labor Day weekend.

Karnes Co.
Date: 8-21-14
Cattle on hand: 432
Market cheaper compared to last week.
Stocker and feeder calves and yearlings:
No. 1 Calves:
200-300 lb. Steers & bulls 298-325, Heifers 268-295
300-400 lb. Steers & bulls 260-315, Heifers 248-305
400-500 lb. Steers & bulls 220-257, Heifers 222-255
500-600 lb. Steers & bulls 198-216, Heifers 205-224
600-700 lb. Steers & bulls 185-210, Heifers 187-202
Packer Bulls: (4)
Medium Yielding: 130-137
Packer Cows: (24)
High Yielding: 114-122
Medium Yielding: 107-113
Low Yielding: 100-106

Nixon
Date: 8-18-14
Cattle on Hand: 847
(83 Cows; 9 Bulls)
Horses: 2
Steers:
200-300 lbs.:
272-282-330
300-400 lbs.:
245-255-310
400-500 lbs.:
227-237-310
500-600 lbs.:
199-209-243
600-700 lbs.:
188-198-220
700-800 lbs.:
170-180-200
Heifers:
200-300 lbs.:
281-291-355
300-400 lbs.:
220-230-295
400-500 lbs.:
210-220-270
500-600 lbs.:
187-197-230
600-700 lbs.:
175-185-225
700-800 lbs.:
167-177-193
Slaughter Cows: 100-125
Slaughter Bulls: 108-141
Stocker Cows:
$1,600-$1,800
Pairs: $1,825
Sale every Monday, 10:30 a.m.
NOTICE: Nixon Livestock will be closed Monday, Sept. 1 in observance of Labor Day.

Seguin
Date: 8-20-14
Cattle-915; Horses-9; Sheep & Goats-635
The market was very active on all classes of cattle. No. 1 and No. 1-1/2 grade stocker and feeder cattle fully steady. The No. 2 cattle were $2-$3 lower. Packer cows and bulls steady.
Medium & Large Frame No. 1 Steers:
200-300 lb. 300-342
300-400 lb. 290-325
400-500 lb. 260-298
500-600 lb. 210-255
600-700 lb. 190-212
700-850 lb. 175-208
Medium & Large Frame No. 1
Heifers:
200-300 lb. 270-300
300-400 lb. 250-285
400-500 lb. 225-270
500-600 lb. 195-255
600-750 lb. 180-222
Cows:
Utility & Commercial: 115-135
Cutters: 105-120
Canners: 75-95
Palpated Cows (Young): $1,500-$2,125
Middle Aged: $1,200-$1,500
Cow & Calf Pairs: $1,170-$1,925
Bulls:
Heavy High Yielding: 140-151
Light & Low Yielding: 120-140
Feeder Bulls: 130-170
Horses:
Heavy/Fat/Riding: $200-$520 hd.
Older: $90 hd.
Light/Fat: $120-$180 hd.
Sheep & Goats:
Nannies (Young): $100-$180 hd.
Thin & Old Nannies: $45-$100 hd.
Kid Goats (fat): 200-250
Small & Thin: 140-200
Wethers: 160-220
Billies: 100-135
Barb. Ewes (Young) $50-$70 hd.
Small & Old Ewes: $35-$50 hd.
Barb. Lambs (Fat): 150-180
Barb. Lambs (Small & Thin): 120-140
Wooled Ewes: $60-$70 cwt.
Wooled Bucks: $60-$70 cwt.
Lambs: 150-200
Barb. Bucks: $200-$500 hd.
 

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