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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.

We appreciate all our customers and if your local market has recently closed we welcome you to our sale.  Or if you are not happy where you are, we welcome you to come give us a try.  We thank you for spreading the word about our sale.

It’s football season in OK and just as I figured we were really busy unloading in the morning but when the big game was on things slowed down a bunch but still ended with 211 head.  The crowd was really light. Small consignment sale. Some prices were up, some down but minimal changes.  We appreciate those coming out as we started our 14th year.  We welcomed Jason Boucher as our new auctioneer. Jason has called several sales when Dan had to be gone and he agreed to take on the position as full time.  Dan has had a change in jobs and came to us about 10 days ago and told us he no longer would be able to call the sale. We appreciate him and wish him well and hope this change works out well for him.

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.

Please contact me if you see a mistake or question something I have posted.  I am recovering from cataract surgery and eyes getting better.  Before I could barely see and my reports confirmed that. I  have healed and have new glasses but rushed thru this late yesterday and rechecked this morning and found one mistake which I have corrected.

Market report for Oct 12, 2019

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Goats by head  20191012

no head

Ave Wt

AVE price by CWT

AVE price by head

Best price by pound

Best price at weight

B kid

61

64

202.38

129.43

2.53

71

Billy

7

140

139.30

194.43

1.62

124

N kid

34

48

206.80

98.44

2.36

42

Nanny

29

102

108.60

110.57

1.69

65

Pygmy

25

41

144.88

59.40

2.65

17

Wether

16

90

154.77

138.81

2.24

77

Reg Billy

0

 

 

 

 

 

Reg Nanny

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hair Sheep

by head

 

 

 

 

 

Ewe

4

102

109.34

111.25

2.26

48

Ewe Lamb

0

 

 

 

 

 

Ram

4

67

137.69

92.25

1.50

63

Ram Lamb

6

77

136.50

105.33

1.53

59

Hair Wether

2

120

129.29

154.50

1.29

116

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wool Sheep

by CWT

 

 

 

 

 

Ewe

10

135

72.46

997.54

1.00

116

Ewe Lamb

2

88

134.00

117.92

1.41

88

Ram Lamb

1

71

129.00

91.59

1.29

71

Wool Wether

5

110

134.23

149.19

1.39

75

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This sale Billy kids were up 18 cents on 61 head ave wt 64 compared to last sale of 23 hd and ave wt of 50. I know there were a couple batches of really nice red head bore BK and one batch of Spanish that were slick and fat.  The best priced ones were below 73# and I did not get to see everything checked in or sold again this sale.  Billys we had 7 hd ave wt 140 compared to last sale of 10 head and 120# weight and they were up 4 cents. Nanny kids were down 3 cents on 34 head at 48# compared to 17 hd at 48 but 25 were well over $2 a pound and 9 less than $2 but one was only 88 cents a pound.  Nannys were up 2 cents on 29 head at 102#.  Pygmy were down 11 cents on 25 head at 41# compared to 12 at 35# last time. Wether goats were down 16 head at 90# compared to 7 head at 55#. 3 below 77# brought over $2 a pound but weights over that dropped.   Hair sheep ewes were 4 hd at 102# were up 30 cents compared to 30 hd last sale at ave 88#. Ram hair sheep were 4 hd at 67# compared to 2 hd at 158 # last sale and were up 52 cents per #. Hair Ram lambs were 6 head down 29 cents.  Weights were 77 this sale and 58 last sale.  Hair sheep wethers were no test as we didn’t have any last sale.  Wool sheep were no test as we had no wool sheep last sale.    Sometimes I think people over produce the animals.  Usually the lighter weights bring more per pound for market animals. Watch the upcoming holidays and learn what size and age animal is needed.  Production animals all depend on looks, age, breed, etc. as to what it can bring. And don’t let parasites take the weight and shine off your animals as it will cause a deep drop in prices.

Occasionally we have someone who wants to sell a Llama or Pyrenees or Anatolia or crossed Pyr/Ana guard dogs and we will sell them.  We do not sell other mixed breeds of dogs. The other common used guard animal is a donkey and we do not sell those.

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