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Newell sheep sales report

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St. Onge Livestock Co., Ltd., Newell, S.D., reported receipts of 833 head Jan. 31, compared to 1,475 head last week and 262 head last year, according to the USDA-South Dakota Department of Agriculture Market News, Sioux Falls, S.D.

Compared to last week, feeder lambs under 80 pounds were mostly steady, over 80 pounds were $4 to $5 lower, and slaughter ewes sold steady. Good demand for several packages of feeder lambs and bred ewes. The offering consisted of 82% feeder Lambs, 9% bred ewes, 9% slaughter ewes and bucks.

Slaughter lambs: Wooled Choice 2 to 3, 11 head, 137 to 139 lbs., 96.00 to 97.00 (96.45).

Slaughter ewes: Good 2 to 3, fleshy, 14 head, 173 lbs., 40.00. Utility 1 to 2, Medium, 18 head, 137 lbs., 34.00. Cull 1, thin, 6 head, 123 lbs., 24.00.

Feeder lambs: Medium and large frame 1 to 2, 22 head, 68 lbs., 158.00; 90 head, 76 lbs., 152.00 to 154.50 (152.50); 82 to 89 lbs., 136.50 to 144.50 (143.66); 166 head, 100 lbs., 130.50; 21 head, 119 lbs., 113.50. Medium and large frame 2, 56 head, 63 lbs., 145.00.

Bred ewes: Medium and large frame 1 to 2, Whiteface, 31 head, 160 lbs., Solid, due March 15, 95.00; 45 head, 158 lbs., Solid to Broken, due May 20, 72.50.

Date: 2/11/2013



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