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Newell sheep sales report

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St. Onge Livestock Co., Ltd., Newell, S.D., reported receipts of 661 head Feb. 7, compared to 833 head last week and 1,244 head last year, according to the USDA-South Dakota Department of Agriculture Market News, Sioux Falls, S.D.

Compared to last week, feeder lambs sold steady, good slaughter ewes sold $2 lower, Utility and Cull slaughter ewes sold steady. There was moderate demand for several packages of feeder lambs and slaughter ewes and bucks which sold on a moderate market. The offering consisted of 67% feeder lambs, 33% slaughter ewes and bucks.

Slaughter lambs: Wooled Choice and Prime 2 to 3, 7 head, 151 lbs., 105.00.

Slaughter ewes: Good 2 to 3, fleshy, 30 head, 169 lbs., 37.75. Utility 1 to 2, Medium, 99 to 151 lbs., 33.50 to 35.00 (34.86). Cull 1, thin, 88 head, 131 lbs., 21.50.

Feeder lambs: Medium and large frame 1 to 2, 63 to 69 lbs., 147.00 to 151.00 (148.18); 75 to 79 lbs., 140.00 to 140.50 (140.37); 86 to 88 lbs., 136.00 to 141.50 (140.79); 40 head, 84 lbs., 143.00 ewe lambs; 93 to 98 lbs., 126.00 to 130.00 (128.62); 31 head, 99 lbs., 121.50 full; 13 head, 110 lbs., 115.00; 4 head, 126 lbs., 109.00. Medium frame 1 to 2, 6 head, 67 lbs., 137.00.

Date: 2/18/2013



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