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Livestock markets report

July 6, 2012 at 2:06 a.m.
Updated July 7, 2012 at 2:07 a.m.


BEEVILLE

June 29

Cattle on hand: 235

Horses: 3

Sheep/goats: 57

Trends: Steers and heifers, steady.

Steers: (200-300) $180-$240; (300-400) $164-$200; (400-500) $144-$185; (500-600) $128-$150; (600-700) $123-$144; and (700-800) $110-$125.

Heifers: (200-300) $164-$210; (300-400) $148-$185; (400-500) $130-$154; (500-600) $128-$149; (600-700) $114-$135; and (700-800) $96-$108.

Slaughter cows: $40-$89; slaughter bulls, $75-$102; stocker cows, $60-$112; bred cows, $800-$1,025; pairs, $900-$1,200; horses, $30-$450.

GONZALES

June 30

Receipts: 692 cattle

Compared to our last sale: Calves and yearlings sold steady. Packer cows sold $1 to $2 lower.

Stocker-feeder steers: Medium and large frame No. 1 (150-300) $210-$270;(300-400) $195-$205; (400-500) $175-$190; (500-600) $158-$172; (600-700) $139-$153; (700-800) $131-$137.

Bull yearlings: (700-900) $118-$124.

Stocker-feeder heifers: Medium and large No. 1 (150-300) $190-$135; (300-400) $178-$184; (400-500) $154-$173; (500-600) $144-$159; and (600-700) $135-$142.

Packer cows: Good lean utility and commercial, $74-$84; cutters, $82-$88.50; canners, $58-$66; and low yielding fat cows, $64-$73.

Packer bulls: Yield grade 1 and 2, good heavy bulls, $101-$108; light weights and medium quality bulls, $86-$98. Stocker cows, $850-$1,280. Pairs, $1,050-$1,375.

KARNES CITY

June 30

Cattle on hand: 328

Market was very strong and steady.

Steers: (200-300) $185-$230; (300-400) $165-$180; (400-500) $155-$172; (500-600) $145-$170; (600-700) $135-$155; (700 and up) $122-$142.

Heifers: (200-300) $185-$245; (300-400) $155-$170; (400-500) $145-$160; (500-600) $135-$150; (600-700) $130-$138; (700 and up) $110-$132.

Stocker cows (per head): Bred cows $975-$1,200, Pairs $1,250-$1,475; Packer cows: No. 1 $75-$83, No. 2 $68-$74, and Bulls $95-$102.

Goats and other (per head): 140 on hand

Kid goats: (25-50) $55-$105; (50-100) $80-$135. Nannies: $90-$160. Billies: $115-$165. Sheep: $90-$125. Rams: $110-$250. Piglets: $30-$80. Top Hogs: $48-$55 (per pound). Sows: $35-$48 (per pound). Boars: $5-$10 (per pound).

*Closed July 7.

All other area livestock markets were closed because of the July 4th holiday.

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