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Next sale    Jan 25, 2020

Prices are by the head unless marked by CWT(hundred weight)wool sheep or pairs which indicates price for family. Pairs are a doe with kids or ewe with lambs.  Our market reports list all goats and sheep not just the best ones as some markets do.  This is the prices last sale- they may be higher or lower the next sale.  Prices are set by market demands and looks of the animal.

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Well it was typical Jan sale.  Cold, snow, windy, brutal early morning but we had some checked in Fri night and more Sat morning.  Ended up with 54 head.  Not the shortest sale we have ever had but close but hear other sale barns were in the same shape. This time of year it can be a struggle some sale days to know whether to get a crew or not and not knowing what others in our trade area are experiencing in weather is always a question. Buyers were needing animals to fill in from the holidays sale so good animals did pretty good again. Actually most were up from last sale which can happen if the pipeline is depleted over the holidays.  Some are thinking that possibly the fires in Australia may make our market jump up a little.  We may not have so much brought in from New Zealand, it may go to fill the market in Australia- only time will tell.

The average price takes ALL into account not just the best ones.  Weight, amount of meat on the frame, health, looks, market demand, age, and color even makes a difference. A nanny’s bag makes a difference.  It is an auction and what ever someone will give is what it sells for.

Goat and hair sheep are sold by head.  Wool sheep sold by the pound converted to CWT or hundred weight. CWT 192=   1.92 a pound.  Pairs can be one nanny or ewe and 1 or several kids or lambs.  Pygmy listing is for all the small miniature goat breeds including Nigerian Dwarf breed.

Market Report on 2 pages

Market Transaction averages below.  This is an average/ by species/ by sex/ no head/ ave weight/ average price per CWT/ ave price by head/ best price at weight.- this page

Market summery by species/by sex/weight range/ hi - low- average, no of head -on next page.

 

Market report for Jan 11, 2020

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Goats by head  20200111

no head

Ave Wt

AVE price by CWT

AVE price by head

Best price by pound

Best price at weight

B kid

3

40

234.87

93.17

2.57

35

Billy

7

109

170.59

186.43

1.99

136

N kid

8

53

234.28

123.88

2.88

49

Nanny

7

90

165.39

148.14

2.37

57

Pygmy

9

50

186.03

93.22

2.84

43

Wether

2

63

201.59

127.00

2.11

71

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hair Sheep

by head

 

 

 

 

 

Ewe

1

55

9.09

5.00

.09

55

Ewe Lamb

0

 

 

 

 

 

Ram

0

 

 

 

 

 

Ram Lamb

2

92

171.20

157.50

2.32

70

Hair Wether

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wool Sheep

by CWT

 

 

 

 

 

Ewe

0

 

 

 

 

 

Ewe Lamb

2

65

245.00

158.03

2.45

65

Ram

1

212

91.00

192.92

.91

212

Ram Lamb

3

82

182.29

150.09

2.10

66

Wool Wether

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Llama

1 male      2 female

 

210.00  312.50

ave by hd

 

 

Dogs- pups male

4

 

5.63

ave by hd

 

 

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We had heard the markets were still up but did not know what to expect with the predicted bad weather but even though it was a short sale most went up. Not a real good test with such a small amount tho. Billy kids went up 21 cents ave on little lighter weights than last sale, Bills went down about 14 cents, Nanny kids went up 6 cents on ave 25# heavier weights than last sale. Nannys went up 32 cents.  Pygmies were steady at $186 cwt. Wethers went down 10 cents on about same weights. Only 1 hair sheep ewe and she was not good.  Skinny and had a lump. Only 2 Hair sheep ram lamb and they went down almost 36 cents per pound.  2 Wool sheep ewe lamb went up 8 cents a pound and 1 ram wool sheep went up 4 cents a pound over last sale.  Had 3 wool ram lambs but none last sale so nothing to compare to.  We had 2 female llamas and 1 male and 4 Anatolian/Pyreneese male pups for guard animals that sold also.

Market Summary by species/sex/weight ranges/high/low/ave/no head next page

 

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