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Monday, 30 March 2015 16:32
BRUSSELS LIVESTOCK.....
Total receipts for Brussels Livestock for the week ending March 27 were 1,679 cattle and 1,441 lambs and goats. On Tuesday fed steers and heifers sold on a good active trade at steady prices. Choice steers and heifers sold $193 to $198 with sales to $206.50. Second cut sold $189 to $193. Cows sold steady. On Thursday holstein veal calves sold $2 to $5 higher while beef calves traded steady. Lambs sold on a very active trade with higher prices. Sheep sold steady. Goats sold steady to higher. On Friday calves sold on a strong active trade at steady prices. Yearling steers sold steady. Yearling  heifers sold $2 to $3 higher.
Chris Smith of Brussels, consigned 14 cattle that averaged 1,691 lbs. and sold for an average price of $198.81. One red steer weighed 1,440 lbs. and sold to Horizon Meat Packers for $206.50. Elo B. Weber of Mount Forest, consigned 14 cattle that averaged 1,367 lbs. and sold for an average price of $188.75. One rwf steer weighed 1,385 lbs. and sold to St. Helen’s Meat Packers for $195.
Gerald Bross of Mildmay, consigned six cattle that averaged 1,554 lbs. and sold for an average price of $191.25. One black heifer weighed 1,415 lbs. and sold to Clark Brothers Livestock for $196. Donald Cormack of Mount Forest, consigned three cattle that averaged 1,540 lbs. and sold for an average price of $189.70. One charolais heifer weighed 1,490 lbs. and sold to St. Helen’s Meat Packers for $195.
There were 130 cows on offer. Export types sold $122 to $139; beef, $137 to $150 with sales to $158; D1 and D2, $85 to $90; D3, $75 to $85; D4, $70 to $75. Harry Binkley of Harriston, consigned one charolais cow that weighed 1,710 lbs. and sold for $154.
There were eight bulls selling $134 to $162. Florence Reinhart of Mildmay, consigned one black bull that weighed 2,060 lbs. and sold for $162.
There were 146 head of veal on offer. Beef sold $200 to $245 with sales to $247; good holsteins, $160 to $170 with sales to $172; medium holsteins, $145 to $155; heavy holsteins, $155 to $165. Lamar Frey of Listowel, consigned eight calves that averaged 814 lbs. and sold for an average price of $227.44. One gold steer weighed 850 lbs. and sold for $228. Jonathan Jantzi of Linwood, consigned two steers that averaged 810 lbs. and sold for an average price of $208.60. One grey steer weighed 815 lbs. and sold for $226. Rueben S. Martin of Wallenstein, consigned four calves that averaged 774 lbs. and sold for an average price of $233.30. One pied heifer weighed 820 lbs. and sold for $247. Aaron F. Martin of Newton, consigned seven calves that averaged 835 lbs. and sold for an average price of $228.04. One pied heifer weighed 815 lbs. and sold for $243.
Lambs, 50 - 64 lbs. sold $379 to $407; 65 - 79 lbs., $345 to $385; 80 - 94 lbs., $272 to $317; 95 - 109 lbs., $247 to $268/lb.
Sheep sold $75 to $125 with sales to $140/lb.
Goats: kids sold $220 to $340 with sales to $390; nannies, $50 to $120 with sales to $140; billies, $150 to $300/lb.
Top quality stocker steers, 400 - 499 lbs. sold $325 to $360; 500 - 599 lbs., $311 to $344; 600 - 699 lbs., $290 to $315; 700 - 799 lbs., $257 to $280; 800 - 899 lbs., $235 to $258; 900 - 999 lbs., $233 to $241; 1,000 lbs. and over, $192 to $221.
Top quality stocker heifers, 400 - 499 lbs., $295 to $312; 500 - 599 lbs., $301 to $328; 600 - 699 lbs., $280 to $305; 700 - 799 lbs., $244 to $276; 800 - 899 lbs., $225 to $231; 900 lbs. and over, $213 to $225.
CHOICE STEERS, HEIFERS SELL $193 AT BRUSSELS LIVESTOCK FOR WEEK ENDING MARCH 27, 2015
Total receipts for Brussels Livestock for the week ending March 27 were 1,679 cattle and 1,441 lambs and goats. On Tuesday fed steers and heifers sold on a good active trade at steady prices. Choice steers and heifers sold $193 to $198 with sales to $206.50. Second cut sold $189 to $193. Cows sold steady. On Thursday holstein veal calves sold $2 to $5 higher while beef calves traded steady. Lambs sold on a very active trade with higher prices. Sheep sold steady. Goats sold steady to higher. On Friday calves sold on a strong active trade at steady prices. Yearling steers sold steady. Yearling  heifers sold $2 to $3 higher.
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Wednesday, 25 March 2015 07:32
BRUSSELS LIVESTOCK.....
Total receipts for Brussels Livestock for the week ending March 20 were 1,548 cattle, 1,203 lambs and goats. On Tuesday fed steers and heifers sold on a strong active trade at prices $2 higher. Choice steers and heifers sold $193 to $197 with sales to $200.50. Second cut sold $189 to $194. Cows sold steady. On Thursday veal sold on a strong active trade with beef calves selling $2 to $5 stronger while holsteins were up $5 to $10. Lambs sold on a good active trade. Sheep sold fully steady. Goats sold steady. On Friday lightweight and grass-type cattle sold $5 to $10 higher and yearlings sold on a good demand at steady prices.
Darren Johnston Farms Ltd. of Bluevale, consigned 33 cattle that averaged 1,338 lbs. and sold for an average price of $194.91. One black steer weighed 1,345 lbs. and sold to Clark Brothers Livestock for $200. Albert W. Frey of Palmerston, consigned 16 cattle that averaged 1,698 lbs. and sold for an average price of $196.50. Two charolais steers averaged 1,673 lbs. and sold to St. Helen’s Meat Packers for $198.50.
Connell Farms Inc. of Palmerston, consigned 13 cattle that averaged 1,544 lbs. and sold for an average price of $197.79. Four black heifers averaged 1,515 lbs. and sold to St. Helen’s Meat Packers for $200.50. George Hinz of Monkton, consigned six cattle that averaged 1,436 lbs. and sold for an average price of $191.10. Two charolais heifers averaged 1,413 lbs. and sold to St. Helen’s Meat Packers for $197.50.
There were 142 cows on offer. Export types sold $122 to $138 with sales to $147; beef, $136 to $150 with sales to $165; D1 and D2, $85 to $90; D3, $75 to $85; D4, $70 to $75. Ranch du Coyote of Quebec, consigned one grey cow that weighed 1,215 lbs. and sold for $165.
There were seven bulls selling $130 to $179. John Hoogendoorn Jr. of Clinton, consigned one blonde bull that weighed 1,855 lbs. and sold for $179.
There were 117 head of veal on offer. Beef sold $210 to $240 with sales to $247; good holsteins, $150 to $165 with sales to $188; medium holsteins, $130 to $150; heavy holsteins, $140 to $150. Maynard Brubacher of Wallenstein, consigned four calves that averaged 886 lbs. and sold for an average price of $223.17. One blue steer weighed 940 lbs. and sold for $240. Lamar Frey of Listowel, consigned nine calves that averaged 833 lbs. and sold for an average price of $229.41. One limousin heifer weighed 750 lbs. and sold for $247. Wayne Burkhart of Newton, consigned five calves that averaged 756 lbs. and sold for an average price of $226.29. One limousin heifer weighed 775 lbs. and sold for $241.
Lambs, 50 - 64 lbs. sold $302 to $337; 65 - 79 lbs., $276 to $316; 80 - 94 lbs., $245 to $274; 95 - 110 lbs., $235 to $252/lbs.
Sheep sold $75 to $125 with sales to $140/lb.
Goats: kids sold $220 to $320 with sales to $340; nannies, $50 to $120 with sales to $130; billies, $150 to $300/lb.
Top quality stocker steers, 400 - 499 lbs. sold $320 to $367; 500 - 599 lbs., $318 to $339; 600 - 699 lbs., $308 to $330; 700 - 799 lbs., $274 to $288; 800 - 899 lbs., $244 to $270; 900 - 999 lbs., $225 to $248; 1,000 lbs. and over, $208 to $224.
Top quality stocker heifers, $400 - 499 lbs., sold $277 to $325; 500 - 599 lbs., $270 to $300; 600 - 699 lbs., $260 to $295; 700 - 799 lbs., $243 to $265; 800 - 899 lbs., $218 to $233; 900 lbs. and over, $211 to $219.
HEAVY SALE OF LAMBS AT BRUSSELS LIVESTOCK FOR WEEK ENDING MARCH 2O, 2015
Total receipts for Brussels Livestock for the week ending March 20 were 1,548 cattle, 1,203 lambs and goats. On Tuesday fed steers and heifers sold on a strong active trade at prices $2 higher. Choice steers and heifers sold $193 to $197 with sales to $200.50. Second cut sold $189 to $194. Cows sold steady. On Thursday veal sold on a strong active trade with beef calves selling $2 to $5 stronger while holsteins were up $5 to $10. Lambs sold on a good active trade. Sheep sold fully steady. Goats sold steady. On Friday lightweight and grass-type cattle sold $5 to $10 higher and yearlings sold on a good demand at steady prices.
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Tuesday, 12 August 2014 08:57
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Total receipts for Brussels Livestock for the week ending Aug. 8 were 1,145 cattle, 792 lambs and goats. On Tuesday fed cattle sold on a strong active trade at steady prices. Choice steers and heifers sold $170 to $174 with sales to $174.50. Second cut sold $166 to $170. Beef cows sold $2 to $3 higher. Holstein cows sold steady. On Thursday veal calves sold steady to last week’s stronger market. Lambs sold on a good active trade at steady prices. Sheep sold slightly higher. Goats sold on a good demand at steady prices. On Friday all classes of cattle sold on a very strong active trade at prices steady to last week’s stronger market.
Jesse Vanloo of Bluevale, consigned four steers that averaged 1,625 lbs. and sold for an average price of $171.86. One charolais steer weighed 1,465 lbs. and sold to Clark Bros. for $172.50. Leonard Black of Proton Station, consigned 13 steers that averaged 1,369 lbs. and sold for an average price of $169.76. Three steers averaged 1,382 lbs. and sold to Cargill Meat Solutions for an average price of $170.50.
Weswill Holdings of Kippen, consigned one black heifer that weighed 1,315 lbs. and sold to Clark Bros. Livestock for $174.50. Suzanne Coleman of Kippen, consigned one black heifer that weighed 1,175 lbs. and sold to Clark Bros. Livestock for $170.
There were 225 cows on offer. Export types sold $80 to $105 with sales to $118; beef, $107 to $126 with sales to $137.50; D1 and D2, $52 to $62; D3, $52 to $62; D4, $40 to $50. Matthew Piel of Ripley, consigned one charolais cow that weighed 1,555 lbs. and sold for $137.50. Michael Wood of Englehart, consigned one red cow that weighed 1,830 lbs. and sold for $136.
There were five bulls selling $103 to $127. Cindy Vincent of Mildmay, consigned one bwf bull that weighed 1,225 lbs. and sold for $127. Henry L. Miller of Lucknow, consigned one simmental bull that weighed 2,150 lb. and sold for $126.
There were 150 head of veal on offer. Beef sold $180 to $210 with sales to $217; good holsteins, $140 to $150 with sales to $155 and heavy holsteins, $125 to $140. Lamar Frey of Listowel, consigned 11 calves that averaged 821 lbs. and sold for an average price of $189.99. One black heifer weighed 795 lbs. and sold for $210. John L. Miller of Lucknow, consigned two calves that averaged 810 lbs. and sold for an average price of $179.43. One charolais heifer weighed 820 lbs. and sold for $190. Wayne Burkhart of Newton, consigned three calves that averaged 827 lbs. and sold for an average price of $199.57. One limousin steer weighed 815 lbs. and sold for $193.
Lambs, 50 - 64 lbs. sold $182 to $290; 65 - 79 lbs., $187 to $235; 80 - 94 lbs., $173 to $215; 95 - 109 lbs., $186 to $201; 110 lbs. and over, $169 to $190/lb.
Sheep sold $60 to $110 with sales to $130/lb.
Goats: Kids sold $160 to $225; nannies, $70 to $120; billies, $150 to $210/lb.
Top quality stocker steers, 400 - 499 lbs., sold $245 to $360; 500 - 599 lbs., $214 to $320; 600 - 699 lbs., $225 to $310; 700 - 799 lbs., $200 to $278; 800 - 899 lbs., $205 to $232; 900 - 999 lbs., $195 to $223; 1,000 lbs. and over, $168 to $215.
Top quality stocker heifers, 400 - 499 lbs., sold $200 to $290; 500 - 599 lbs., $210 to $285; 600 - 699 lbs., $200 to $250; 700 - 799 lbs., $192 to $235; 800 - 899 lbs., $160 to $208; 900 lbs. and over, $180 to $208.
CHOICE STEERS AND HEIFERS SELL TO HIGH OF $174.50 AT BRUSSELS LIVESTOCK FOR WEEK ENDING AUG. 8, 2014
Total receipts for Brussels Livestock for the week ending Aug. 8 were 1,145 cattle, 792 lambs and goats. On Tuesday fed cattle sold on a strong active trade at steady prices. Choice steers and heifers sold $170 to $174 with sales to $174.50. Second cut sold $166 to $170. Beef cows sold $2 to $3 higher. Holstein cows sold steady. On Thursday veal calves sold steady to last week’s stronger market. Lambs sold on a good active trade at steady prices. Sheep sold slightly higher. Goats sold on a good demand at steady prices. On Friday all classes of cattle sold on a very strong active trade at prices steady to last week’s stronger market.
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Tuesday, 18 February 2014 13:45
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Total receipts for Brussels Livestock for the week ending Feb. 14 were 1,404 cattle, 610 lambs and goats. On Tuesday fed cattle traded on a strong active market at steady prices. Choice steers and heifers sold $145 to $149 to the top of $161.50. Second cut sold $142 to $145. Cows sold on an active market at prices $2 to $3 higher. On Thursday veal is trading on an active market with holstein veal steady to last week while beef veal is $2 to $5 lower. Heavy lambs sold barely steady while light lambs sold on an active market at steady to slightly higher prices. Goats and sheep traded at steady prices. On Friday all classes of cattle sold on a steady market while fancy calves traded at slightly higher prices.
John J. Miller of Auburn, consigned three steers that averaged 1,262 lbs. and sold for an average of $144.95. One simmental steer weighed 1,245 lbs. and sold to St. Helen’s Meat Packers for $153. Glen Bieman of Ayton, consigned four steers that averaged 1,521 lbs. and sold for an average of $147.24. Two red steers averaged 1,458 lbs. and sold to St. Helen’s Meat Packers for $151.50. Mark Goetz of Mildmay, consigned four black steers that averaged 1,416 lbs. and sold for $148.50.
Weswill Holding Inc. of Kippen, consigned six heifers that averaged 1,401 lbs. and sold for an average of $148.58. One limousin heifer weighed 1,450 lbs. and sold to St. Helen’s Meat Packers for $160. Dennis and Marylou Bross of Listowel, consigned three heifers that averaged 1,338 lbs. and sold for an average of $133.27. One rwf heifer weighed 1,285 lbs. and sold for $144. Boerkamp Dairy of Chesley, consigned six heifers that averaged 1,164 lbs. and sold for an average of $132.36. One rwf heifer weighed 1,170 lbs. and sold for $134.
There were 315 cows on offer. Export types sold $77 to $90 with sales to $107; beef, $80.50 to $90; D1 and D2, $54 to $63; D3, $45 to $52; D4, $37 to $45. Allen and Dorothy Martin of Listowel, consigned two cows averaging 1,660 lbs. and sold for an average price of $86.76. One limousin cow weighed 1,665 lbs. and sold for $90. Ian MacLean of Appin, consigned one black cow that weighed 1,020 lbs. and sold for $90. Byron Miller of Thornloe, consigned six cows that averaged 1,511 lbs. and sold for an average price of $85.98. One charolais cow weighed 1,305 lbs. and sold for $90.
There were six bulls selling $92 to $100. Sequin Farms of London, consigned two bulls that averaged 1,920 lbs. and sold for an average of $99.08. One holstein bull weighed 2,085 lbs. and sold for $100. Robert Graf of Walkerton, consigned one limousin bull that weighed 1,325 lbs. and sold for $98.
There were 133 head of veal on offer. Beef sold $145 to $180 with sales to $187; good holsteins, $125 to $135 with sales to $141; medium holsteins, $115 to $120; heavy holsteins, $120 to $130. John Martin of Lucknow, consigned four veal that averaged 790 lbs. and sold for an average of $175.01. One gold heifer weighed 840 lbs. and sold for $184. Joe E. Martin of Chesley, consigned eight veal that averaged 911 lbs. and sold for an average of $159. One Belgium blue steer weighed 835 lbs. and sold for $180. Lamar Frey of Listowel, consigned seven veal that averaged 774 lbs. and sold for an average of $179.58. One limousin steer weighed 795 lbs. and sold for a high of $187.
Lambs under 50 lbs. sold $232 to $238; 50 - 64 lbs., $215 to $255; 65 - 79 lbs., $190 to $252; 80 - 94 lbs., $160 to $170; 95 - 109 lbs., $160 to $170; 110 lbs. and over, $147 to $157.
Sheep sold $75 to $100 with sales to $110.
Goats: kids sold $75 to $145 per head with sales to $165; nannies, $50 to $110 per head with sales to $120; billies, $150 to $350 per head.
Top quality stocker steers, 400 - 499 lbs. sold $177 to $220; 500 - 599 lbs., $162 to $211.50; 600 - 699 lbs., $157 to $192; 700 - 799 lbs., $148 to $187; 800 - 899 lbs., $151 to $169; 900 - 999 lbs., $147 to $169.50; 1,000 lbs. and over, $138.50 to $161.75.
Top quality stocker heifers, 300 - 399 lbs., sold $176 to $210; 400 - 499 lbs., $140 to $180; 500 - 599 lbs., $145 to $187; 600 - 699 lbs., $128 to $172; 700 - 799 lbs., $137 to $159; 800 - 899 lbs., $143 to $160; 900 lbs. and over, $142.50 to $163.50.
CATTLE PRICES HOLD STEADY AT BRUSSELS LIVESTOCK FOR WEEK ENDING FEB. 14, 2014
Total receipts for Brussels Livestock for the week ending Feb. 14 were 1,404 cattle, 610 lambs and goats. On Tuesday fed cattle traded on a strong active market at steady prices. Choice steers and heifers sold $145 to $149 to the top of $161.50. Second cut sold $142 to $145. Cows sold on an active market at prices $2 to $3 higher. On Thursday veal is trading on an active market with holstein veal steady to last week while beef veal is $2 to $5 lower. Heavy lambs sold barely steady while light lambs sold on an active market at steady to slightly higher prices. Goats and sheep traded at steady prices. On Friday all classes of cattle sold on a steady market while fancy calves traded at slightly higher prices.
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Tuesday, 11 February 2014 10:57
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Total receipts for Brussels Livestock for the week ending Feb. 7 were 2,012 cattle, 390 lambs and goats. On Tuesday fed cattle traded on a strong active market at steady prices. Choice steers and heifers sold $147 to $151 to the top of $159.50. Second cut sold $143 to $147. Cows sold on an active market with choice cows trading $2 to $3 higher. On Thursday all classes of veal traded actively with prices $2 to $5 lower. Lambs and sheep traded at steady prices with sheep trading on a sharp demand. Kid goats traded at slightly higher prices. On Friday all classes of cattle sold on a strong active trade at steady prices.
Chris Smith of Brussels, consigned 14 steers that averaged 1,690 lbs. and sold for an average of $153.01. One limousin steer weighed 1,665 lbs. and sold for $156.50. Rebecca and Sarah McCarthy of Dublin, consigned one steer that weighed 1,585 lbs. and sold to Cargill Meat Solutions for $154.40. David Bowles of Brussels, consigned eight steers that averaged 1,503 lbs. and sold for an average of $151.77. A group of three black steers averaged 1,465 lbs. and sold to Horizon Meat Packers of or $152.75. Randy Diebold of Cargill, consigned 15 steers that averaged 1,645 lbs. and sold for an average of $147.63. Two limousin steers averaged 1,585 lbs. and sold to Horizon Meat Packers for $151.25. Don Wilhelm of Stratford, consigned six steers that averaged 1,452 lbs. and sold for an average of $148.01. One exotic steer weighed 1,660 lbs. and sold to Ryding Regency for $150.50. Warren and Marion Becker of Ayton, consigned two steers that averaged 1,420 lbs. and sold for an average of $149. One limousin steer weighed 1,435 lbs. and sold to St. Helen’s Meat Packers for $149. Connell Farms Inc. of Palmerston, consigned two steers that averaged 1,550 lbs. and sold for an average of $146.84. One grey steer weighed 1,490 lbs. and sold for $147.25. Larry Reinhart Sr. of Mildmay, consigned one limousin steer that weighed 1,395 lbs. and sold to Norwich Meat Packers for $147.50.
Peter Biggelaar of Mitchell, consigned three heifers that averaged 1,485 lbs. and sold for an average of $156.19. Two blonde heifers averaged 1,508 lbs. and sold to Horizon Meat Packers for $159.50. Andy VanderVeen of Blyth, consigned 15 heifers that averaged 1,392 lbs. and sold for an average of $148.78. One limousin heifer weighed 1,220 lbs. and sold to Norwich Packers for $156.50. John Wiersma of Blyth, consigned four limousin heifers that averaged 1,324 lbs. and sold to Norwich Packers for $153.25. Clare and Cathy Kuepfer of Dobbinton, consigned four heifers that averaged 1,264 lbs. and sold for an average of $149.86. Two blonde heifers averaged 1,255 lbs. and sold to Horizon Meat Packers for $152.75.
Southlore Farms of Palmerston, consigned nine heifers that averaged 1,331 lbs. and sold for an average of $146.64. One gold heifer weighed 1,460 lbs. and sold to Horizon Meat Packers for $152.50. Darren Johnston of Bluevale, consigned 32 heifers that averaged 1,315 lbs. and sold for an average of $143.19. One simmental heifer weighed 1,370 lbs. and sold for $150. Martin Metske of Lucknow, consigned six heifers that averaged 1,383 lbs. and sold for an average of $147.28. One charolais heifer weighed 1,285 lbs. and sold for $149.50.
Dwayne and Lorri Dickert of Ayton, consigned one black heifer that weighed 1,375 lbs. and sold to Norwich Packers for $149.25. Terry Murray of Clifford, consigned six heifers that averaged 1,342 lbs. and sold to Ryding Regency for $148.75. Wilton Dickert of Ayton, consigned two heifers that averaged 1,385 lbs. and sold for an average of $145. One limousin heifer weighed 1,475 lbs. and sold to Horizon Meat Packers for $148.50.
There were 315 cows on offer. Export types sold $76 to $90 with sales to $94; beef, $79 to $94 with sales to $116.50; D1 and D2, $54 to $63; D3, $45 to $52; D4, $37 to $45. Murray Wilson of Cargill, consigned two cows averaging 1,520 lbs. and sold for an average of $102.58. One cow weighed 1,605 lbs. and sold for $116.50. Kevcrest Holsteins of Mitchell, consigned two cows averaging 1,310 lbs. and sold for an average of $89.27. One holstein cow weighed 1,395 lbs. and sold for $104. Dennis Dolmage of Londesborough, consigned one black cow that weighed 1,620 lbs. and sold for $94.
There were 12 bulls selling $60 to $94. Gerald Ditner of Moorefield, consigned one limousin bull that weighed 1,865 lbs. and sold for $90. Sandy Ridge Ranch Co. of Elmwood, consigned one black bull that weighed 1,845 lbs. and sold for $83.
There were 103 head of veal on offer. Beef sold $160 to $190 with sales to $192; good holsteins, $123 to $130 with sales to $132; medium holsteins, $115 to $120; heavy holsteins, $118 to $130 with sales to $132. Lamar Frey of Listowel, consigned nine veal that averaged 772 lbs. and sold for an average of $171.32. One exotic heifer weighed 835 lbs. and sold for a high of $190. Mosie J. Shetler of Lucknow, consigned seven veal that averaged 771 lbs. and sold for an average of $169.15. Two exotic heifers averaged 755 lbs. and sold for $182. William M. Bauman of Elmira, consigned two veal that averaged 813 lbs. and sold for an average of $190.52. One red steer weighed 840 lbs. and sold for $191.
Lambs, 50 - 64 lbs. sold $230 to $280; 65 - 79 lbs., $171 to $245; 80 - 94 lbs., $165 to $187; 95 - 110 lbs., $155 to $170.
Sheep sold $70 to $100 with sales to $110.
Goats: kids sold $75 to $130 per head with sales to $165; nannies, $50 to $110 per head with sales to $115; billies, $150 to $350 per head.
Top quality stocker steers, 400 - 499 lbs., sold $150 to $220; 500 - 599 lbs., $182 to $221.50; 600 - 699 lbs., $161 to $195; 700 - 799 lbs., $143 to $183; 800 - 899 lbs., $148.50 to $180.50; 900 - 999 lbs., $145 to $176.75.
Top quality stocker heifers, 300 - 399 lbs., sold $176 to $230; 400 - 499 lbs., $149 to $185; 500 - 599 lbs., $140 to $189; 600 - 699 lbs., $135 to $182; 700 - 799 lbs., $135 to $168; 800 - 899 lbs., $130 to $156; 900 lbs. and over, $141 to $156.25.
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COWS SELL $2-$3 HIGHER AT BRUSSELS LIVESTOCK FOR WEEK ENDING FEBRUARY 7, 2014
Total receipts for Brussels Livestock for the week ending Feb. 7 were 2,012 cattle, 390 lambs and goats. On Tuesday fed cattle traded on a strong active market at steady prices. Choice steers and heifers sold $147 to $151 to the top of $159.50. Second cut sold $143 to $147. Cows sold on an active market with choice cows trading $2 to $3 higher. On Thursday all classes of veal traded actively with prices $2 to $5 lower. Lambs and sheep traded at steady prices with sheep trading on a sharp demand. Kid goats traded at slightly higher prices. On Friday all classes of cattle sold on a strong active trade at steady prices.
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