LIVESTOCK MARKET REPORT

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Gonzales 
Date: 1-22-22
Volume: 629
Number 1 quality calves
and yearlings sold steady.
Less quality calves and
yearlings sold steady.
Packer bulls sold steady
while packer cows sold
steady.
Stocker-feeder steers: 
Medium and large frame
No. 1:
150-300 lb. 200-215
300-400 lb. 185-210
400-500 lb. 177-180
500-600 lb. 163-176
600-700 lb. 145-160
700-800 lb. 138-141
Bull yearlings: 700-900 lb. 80-95
Stocker-feeder heifers: 
Medium and large frame
No.1:
150-300 lb. 162-167
300-400 lb. 152-158
400-500 lb. 145-149
500-600 lb. 141-144
600-700 lb. 122-133

Packer Cows: Good lean
utility and commercial:
49-64; Cutters: 67-74;
Canners: 32-44; Low yielding fat cows: 62-72
Packer Bulls: Yield grade
1 and 2, good heavy bulls:
88-94; lightweights and
medium quality bulls: 76-87
Stocker Cows: $600-$1,200
Pairs: $750-$1,300
Nixon 
Date: 1-17-22
Cattle on Hand: 1,024
Cows: 75; Bulls: 10
Steers: 
200-300 lbs.: 138-148-210
300-400 lbs.: 154-164-213
400-500 lbs.: 151-161-212
500-600 lbs.: 136-146-181
600-700 lbs.: 131-141-167
700-800 lbs.: 117-127-147
Heifers: 
200-300 lbs.: 124-134-180
300-400 lbs.: 136-146-173
400-500 lbs.: 129-139-179
500-600 lbs.: 124-134-205
600-700 lbs.: 113-123-140
700-800 lbs.: 102-112-127
Slaughter Cows: 20-79
Slaughter Bulls: 91-113
Stocker Cows: 650-1,000
Pairs: 1 pair 1,010
Seguin 
Date: 1-19-22
Cattle-714; Sheep & Goats-734
Quality good overall with
market steady all the way
through with good demand.
Medium & Large Frame 
No. 1 Steers: (Average – High)
200-300 lb. 110-202
300-400 lb. 128-200
400-500 lb. 141-200
500-600 lb. 144-184
600-700 lb. 125-158
700-850 lb. 117-135
Medium & Large Frame 
No. 1 
Heifers: (Average – High)
200-300 lb. 110-205
300-400 lb. 120-176
400-500 lb. 134-182
500-600 lb. 122-160
600-750 lb. 121-136
Cows:
Utility & Commercial: 60-80
Cutters: 40-55
Canners: 25-39
Palpated Cows (Middle Age): 400-1,050
Bulls:
Heavy High Yielding: 92-103
Light & Low Yielding: 65-91
Sheep & Goats:
Nannies (Young): 245-320
Nannies (Thin & Old): 160-240
Kid Goats (Fat): 360-420
Kid Goats (Small & Thin):
360-355
Wethers: 300-320
Billies: 185-242
Barb. Ewes (Young): 230-290
Barb. Ewes (Small & Old):
160-225
Barb. Lambs (Fat): 360-400
Barb. Lambs (Small &
Thin): 320-355
Wooled Bucks: 150-226
Lambs: 225-275