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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.

Sat. was hot but had a 266 head of mostly average goats and sheep, 4 registered goats, quiet a few chickens, some waterers for poultry, some cages and a hog feeder, some more misc stuff and wall hay bunk. We didn’t know we were going to have hay and we had some weedy grass hay show up about 2 for sale. I had people ask about it but didn’t know we had any coming. We had a pretty big crowd but if everyone would have stayed who left animals we’d had a really big crowd. And we had lots of new people,  some checking us out, and some brought stuff to sell, and some were buying. We had 4 registered goats 2 were Nubians and 2 were Boer.  We had 2 pups.

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 the small 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 July 13, 2019

Goats by head  20190713

no head

Ave Wt

AVE price by CWT

AVE price by head

Best price by pound

Best price at weight

B kid

64

48

475.31

69.70

2.00

17

Billy

28

126

122.51

154.71

2.22

97

N kid

50

41

152.58

92.80

2.34

41

Nanny

45

99

114.46

113.09

2.07

70

Pygmy

16

41

110.65

44.81

1.88

16

Wether

18

67

145.56

98.11

2.03

91

Reg Billy

1

147

102.04

150.00

 

 

Reg Nanny

3

78

136.19

121.67

1.47

78

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hair Sheep

by head

 

 

 

 

 

Ewe

6

102

56.28

57.50

.72

83

Ewe Lamb

2

63

174.60

110.00

1.75

63

Ram Lamb

13

57

121.02

69.54

1.34

56

Hair Wether

4

59

147.88

87.25

1.24

71

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wool Sheep

by CWT

 

 

 

 

 

Ewe

0

 

 

 

 

 

Ewe Lamb

8

61

140.32

84.90

1.60

76

Ram Lamb

521

52

126.00

65.52

1.26

52

Wether

2

60

120.00

71.40

2

60

20190713

 

 

 

 

 

 

It’s summer time for sure.  Prices were up and down.  Billy kids went down  20 cents, big bills were steady, compared to 9 hd last time with 28 head this time and weights pretty close.  Nanny kids went down 34 cents, nannys went up 12 cents.  With breeding stock it’s all in what they look like and the good ones bring a better price, others go to market.  Pygmies were up 16 cents, we had 3 registered nannies and they went up 16 cents but again it’s age, looks, breeding for registered stock and we don’t get enough for a good test of the market on registered animals.  Goat wethers were up 15 cents.  Hair ewes were down 13 cents, ewe lambs took the biggest jump going up .83 cents but we only had 2, hair ram lambs went up 48 cents with 9 last sale and 13 this sale and these a little heavier, and we didn’t have any hair sheep wethers last sale so no comparison.  Wool sheep ewe lambs went up 20 cents, ram lambs went up 6 cents and wool sheep wethers were steady although we didn’t have many wool sheep this sale.

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.

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

 

 

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