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Shenandoah Livestock
May 12

FEEDER:
Steers, 200-299 lbs., $207.00; 300-399 lbs., $135.00-196.00; 400-499 lbs., $162.00-194.00; 500-599 lbs., $155.00-162.00; 600-699 lbs., $150.00; 700-799 lbs., 128.00; 800-899 lbs., $110.00-129.50 ; Fats, $113.00-118.00.

Bulls, 300-399 lbs., $169.50-189.50; 400-499 lbs., $100.00-178.00 ; 500-599 lbs., $137.00-173.00; 600-699 lbs., $111.00-153.50 ; 700-799 lbs., $100.00-131.00; 800-899 lbs., $106.00; 900-999 lbs., $123.00.

Hol. Steers,100-199 lbs., $111.00-185.00; 200-299 lbs., $126.00-129.00; 300-399 lbs., $119.00-124.50; 400-499 lbs., $116.00-123.00 ; 500-599 lbs., $117.00-122.00; 600-699 lbs., $85.00; 700-799 lbs., 97.00.

Heifers, 100-199 lbs., $162.00; 200-299 lbs., $128.00-158.00; 300-399 lbs., $156.00-180.00; 400-499 lbs., $146.00-171.00; 500-599 lbs., $134.00-154.00; 600-699 lbs., $118.00-136.50; 700-799 lbs., $124.00-131.50; 800-899 lbs., $117.00.

SLAUGHTER:
Cows, $66.50-100.00 ; lean, $62.00-92.00; Bulls, $90.00-108.00 ; Ewes, $69.00-126.00.

STOCK:
Baby Calves lg, $72.50-147.50; sm., $45.00-65.00; Cows w/ calves few, $975.00;

Lambs, Choice & Prime, Light Spring -- $170.00.
Bucks, $147.50; Rams, $70.00-96.00.

Goats, $92.00-180.00; Large Billy Goats, $172.00- 222.50; Kids $28.00- 70.00 to 86.00-153.00.
Hogs 100-175 lbs., $76.00; 176-240 lbs., $50.50- 55.00; 240 & up, $39.00- 56.00; Sows $432.00- 49.50; Boars $15.50.

For more, visit shenandoahvalleylivestock.com.

Farmers Livestock
May 14

FEEDER:
Cattle (609 head)

Steers (140 head) Medium, Large 1; 300-400 lbs., $195.00-211.00; 400-500 lbs., $189.00-190.00; 500-600 lbs., $159.00-168.00; 600-700 lbs., $147.00-153.50; 700-800 lbs., $137.00-137.50; 800-900 lbs., $120.00-130.00;

Medium, Large 2; 300-400 lbs., $172.00-197.00; 400-500 lbs., $170.00-188.00; 500-600 lbs., $131.00-162.50; 600-700 lbs., $141.00-150.00; 700-800 lbs., $134.00; 900-1000 lbs., $102.00-105.00;

Feeder Heifers (184 head) Medium, Large 1; 300-400 lbs., $165.00-183.00; 400-500 lbs., $159.00-174.00; 500-600 lbs., $139.00-159.50; 600-700 lbs., $136.00-147.00; 700-800 lbs., $129.00-130.50; 800-900 lbs., $117.00;
Medium, Large 2, 400-500 lbs., $110.00-142.50; 500-600 lbs., $124.00-146.00; 600-700 lbs., $126.00-137.00; 700-800 lbs., $120.00;

Bulls, (125) Medium, Large 1, 200-300 lbs., $196.00-225.00; 300-400 lbs., $196.00-199.00; 400-500 lbs., $168.00-182.00; 500-600 lbs., $137.50-163.00; 600-700 lbs., $139.00-141.00; 700-800 lbs., $113.00-129.00 800-900 lbs., $113.00; 900-1000 lbs., $113.00;

Medium, Large 2, 200-300 lbs., $179.00-199.00; 300-400 lbs., $184.00; 400-500 lbs., $153.00-174.00; 500-600 lbs., $127.50-158.00; 800-900 lbs., $98.00; 900-1000 lbs., $97.50.

SLAUGHTER:
Cattle (110 head)
Cows (89 head), Breaker 75-80% Lean, 850-1200 lbs., $104.00; 1200-1600 lbs., $85.50-90.00; Breaker High Yielding, 1200-1600 lbs., $90.50-91.50; Boner 80-85% Lean, 800-1200 lbs., $73.00-93.00; 1200-2000 lbs., $80.00-91.50; Boner High Yielding, 1200-2000 lbs., $93.00-96.50; Lean 85-90% Lean, 750-850 lbs., $58.00-79.00; 850-1200 lbs., $73.50-85.50;

Bulls (21 head), YG 1-2, 1000-1500 lbs., $106.50-108.75, 1 head at 88.00; 1500-2500 lbs., $103.00-109.75, High Yielding, 1000-1500 lbs., $112.50; 1500-2500 lbs., $111.00-117.75.

STOCK:
Cows Returned To Farm 23 head
Medium and Large 1, few 2, 2-7 years to aged, bred 5-8 months
840-1455 lbs., $850.00-1350.00 per head;

w/ Calves At Side (8 pair), Medium and Large 1, 5-12 years old with calves 110-275 lbs, 980-1250 lbs., $1160.00-1610.00 per pair;

Calves Returned To Farm 9 head, 130-200 lbs., $151.00-210.00;
Holstein Bulls, 70-100 lbs., $85.00-250.00, 100-130 lbs., $235.00-285.00.

For more information, visit http://www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/rh_ls154.txt

3 Comments | Leave a comment

    Eat Beef --The West Wasn't Won on Salad


    I'm not vegetarian because I love animals.... I'm not vegetarian because I don't like vegetables.

    How many vegetarians does it take to eat a cow? One if nobody's looking.

    If animals aren't supposed to be eaten, then why are they made out of meat?

    A guy has celery sticking out of one ear, lettuce out of the other, and a zucchini up his nose. He goes to the doctor and asks him what's wrong. The doctor tells him, "Well, for one thing, you're not eating right."

    We have to stop meating like this.

    ROFLMAO

    (groannnnnnn)


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