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Goats and hair sheep are sold by head and wool sheep by pound or CWT . Pairs are a doe or ewe with one or more kids and sold 1 price for group. Our market report reports all goats & sheep sold not just the best ones as some markets do. This is the prices last sale- may be higher or  lower next sale or the same.

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  have been selling come give us a try.

 

This last weekend we had 685 lots in consignment sale and 124 head in livestock sale.  Had a few chickens, rabbits, ducks, guinea, turkeys, parakeets and budgies and alfalfa, prairie grass and johnson grass hay and straw small squares.  Had several lots of antique  pottery, china, quilting/embroidery hoops, vintage wood trim pieces and more.   Had some canned dog and cat food, trimmers and training collers.  Had sevral lots of misc items. Had mixture of goats, hair and wool sheep.  Quality varied-  young stuff sold well.  There were more pygmies than were listed.  Got listed as the larger breeds.  New kids or kids working where they usually don’t and Cheryl said when she clerked some were not identified as the smaller breeds so market report a little deceiving on the small breeds. With all the consignment stuff we were hammered.  Prices came back up in anticipation of the Thanksgiving holidays and the young stuff sold well if good solid fat animals.  Even with all the football games we had a good crowd. Checked in quite a few new people again this sale, sellers and buyers.  Thank you who ever is spreading the word about our sale.  We only had one veteran or military person at the sale. Usually we have several but thank him for his service.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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.   If there was nothing in the group last sale to compare to the listing is NT- no test or if not a good comparison such as 1-2 hd it is listed as NGT not a good test.

 Pygmy listing is for the small goats breeds including Nigerian Dwf Breed

Market Report now on 3 pages.

Market Transaction averages below.  Market summary by species on page  2 goats,   to reach sheep page  Sheep

Market Transaction by species/by sex/by no head/ave weight/ave price Cwt/ave price by head/best price by pound / at weight

Market Transaction Averages report for Nov 12 22

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Goats  sold by head

#hd

ave wt

Ave $ by CWT

Ave $ by Head

up/ dn /no test

+ or - per #

no hd last sale/ this sale

best price per #

at wt

Billy kids

37

55

252.42

138.73

up

+.60

27/37

3.51

37

Billy

23

99

185.56

183.26

up

+.31

20/23

2.69

65

Nanny kid

14

44

238.52

103.93

up

+.24

20/14

3.37

46

Nanny

24

95

127.43

120.42

up

+.15

22/24

2.95

44

Pygmy-

5

32

103.13

33.00

dn

-.36

31/5

1.08

37

Wether

3

68

145.32

98.33

dn

-.56

3/3

1.86

67

R Billy

1

142

102.11

145.00

nt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hair Sheep

 

sold

by head

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ewe

2

106

115.57

122.50

up

+.62

2/2

2.05

66

Ewe Lamb

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ram

1

160

62.50

100.00

ngt

-.22

2/1

.63

160

Ram Lamb

2

87

231.21

200.00

nt

 

0/2

2.31

87

Wether

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wool sheep

 

by

CWT

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ewe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ewe Lamb

2

132

146.18

192.23

dn

-.11

5/2

1.48

124

Ram was Jacob sheep sold by hd

1

51

264.71

135.00

nt

 

 

 

 

Ram Lamb

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wether

7

109

156.64

171.41

ngt

+.56

1/7

1.56

81

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Next sale Nov 26

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---1. This might give you a comparison as to what you have.  Was told this at a meeting one time.  If you make a fist and a goats backbone looks like the top of this fist it is too skinny.

---2 If you look across your fingers this is what you want the backbone to look like. You can just barely see backbone.

 3. Now turn this fist over and look at the back of your hand.  This goat is too fat. You cannot see any bone structure.

This is what to look for if selling goats for meat.  If selling for breeding lots of other things to look at.

 

 

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