LIVESTOCK MARKET REPORT

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Gonzales

Date: 9-17–22
Volume: 1,083
No. 1 choice calves and
yearlings sold steady. Less
quality calves and yearlings sold steady. Packer
cows and bulls sold steady.
Stocker-feeder steers:
Medium and large frame
No. 1:
150-300 lb. 240-245
300-400 lb. 217-235
400-500 lb. 193-200
500-600 lb. 185-188
600-700 lb. 165-181
700-800 lb. 148-160
Bull yearlings: 700-900
lb. 95-100
Stocker-feeder heifers:
Medium and large frame
No.1:
150-300 lb. 195-198
300-400 lb. 175-185
400-500 lb. 167-169
500-600 lb. 163-166
600-700 lb. 136-158
Packer Cows: Good lean
utility and commercial:
58-72; Cutters: 80-88;
Canners: 32-54; High
yielding fat cows: 75-81
Packer Bulls: Yield grade
1 and 2, good heavy bulls:
98-112; lightweights and
medium quality bulls: 86-95
Stocker Cows: $600-
$1,100
Pairs: $850-$1,300

Karnes City

Date: 9-17–22
Cattle: 490; Goats & Other:
183
Market stronger on quality calves. Packer cows
steady.
Average price (High price)
Steers, Heifers:
•200-300 lb.
Steers: 165 (215)
Heifers: 135 (190)
•300-400 lb.
Steers: 182 (225)
Heifers: 152 (190)
•400-500 lb.
Steers: 183 (210)
Heifers: 155 (175)
•500-600 lb.
Steers: 170 (198)
Heifers: 150 (165)
•600-700 lb.
Steers: 160 (180)
Heifers: 145 (162)
•More than 700 lb.
Steers: 150 (162)
Heifers: 120 (145)

Long Bull Yearling: 130
(140)
Long Heifer Yearling: 90
(110)
Stocker Cows:
Bred Cows: 875 (1,150)
Pairs: 1,000 (1,000)
Packer Cows:
No. 1: 72 (86)
No. 2: 45 (65)
Bulls: 86 (96)
Goats & Other:
Kids:
25-50 lbs. $115 ($155)
50-100 lbs. $160 ($265)
Nannies: $170 ($230)
Billies: $220 ($325)
Sheep: $125 ($185)
Lambs: $160 ($220)
Rams: $250 ($375)

Nixon

Date: 9-12–22
Cattle: 999
Cows: 156; Bulls: 12
Steers:
200-300 lbs.: 131-141-230
300-400 lbs.: 173-183-240
400-500 lbs.: 167-177-230
500-600 lbs.: 154-164-197
600-700 lbs.: 155-165-187
700-800 lbs.: 149-159-166
Heifers:
200-300 lbs.: 103-113-178
300-400 lbs.: 142-152-188
400-500 lbs.: 144-154-205
500-600 lbs.: 138-148-225
600-700 lbs.: 136-146-170
700-800 lbs.: 129-139-148
Slaughter Cows: 25-86
Slaughter Bulls: 85-106
Stocker Cows: 400-1,000
Pairs: 385-1,210

Seguin

Date: 9-14–22
Cattle-936; Sheep &
Goats-708
Stocker cattle steady with
packer cows and bulls
steady.
Medium & Large Frame
No. 1 Steers: (Average –
High)
200-300 lb. 150-230
300-400 lb. 110-220
400-500 lb. 150-208
500-600 lb. 148-195
600-700 lb. 140-172
700-850 lb. 110-160
Medium & Large Frame
No. 1
Heifers: (Average – High)
200-300 lb. 130-185
300-400 lb. 150-186
400-500 lb. 147-194
500-600 lb. 147-186
600-750 lb. 135-163

Cows:
Utility & Commercial: 76-91
Cutters: 56-75
Canners: 40-55
Palpated Cows (Young): 0
Palpated Cows (Middle
Aged): 725-950
Cow/Calf Pairs: 600-925
Bulls:
Heavy High Yielding: 98-
114
Light & Low Yielding: 82-97
Feeder Bulls: 0
Sheep & Goats:
Nannies (Young): 172-340
Nannies (Thin & Old): 80-
170
Kid Goats (Fat): 240-315
Kid Goats (Small & Thin):
200-235
Wethers: 120-320
Billies: 190-255
Pairs: 0
Barb. Ewes (Young): 130-
170
Barb. Ewes (Small & Old):
70-125
Barb. Lambs (Fat): 220-
250
Barb. Lambs (Small &
Thin): 180-215
Wooled Ewes: 90-120
Wooled Bucks: 130-180
Lambs: 160-180
Barb. Bucks: 350