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Newell sheep sales report


St. Onge Livestock Co., Ltd., Newell, S.D., reported receipts of 822 head June 27, compared to 239 head last week and 421 head last year, according to the USDA-South Dakota Department of Agriculture Market News, Sioux Falls, S.D.

Sale not recently reported due to seasonally low receipts therefore no comparisons may be made. Good demand for several strings of feeder lambs, slaughter ewes, and replacement ewes and pairs which sold on an active market. The offering consisted of 61% feeder lambs, 12% replacement ewes and pairs, 27% slaughter ewes and bucks.

Slaughter ewes: Good 2 to 3, fleshy, 56 head, 173 lbs., 22.75 to 23.00 (22.85). Good 3 to 4, fleshy, 8 head, 206 lbs., 18.75. Utility 1 to 2, Medium, 39 head, 155 lbs., 20.00. Cull 1, thin, 15 head, 132 lbs., 14.25.

Feeder lambs: Medium and large frame 1 to 2, 11 head, 55 lbs., 120.00; 72 to 79 lbs., 107.75 to 111.00 (109.88); 147 head, 89 lbs., 106.00 to 109.00 (108.88); 100 to 103 lbs., 102.25 to 104.75 (103.68); 9 head, 111 lbs., 99.00.

Replacement ewes: Medium and large frame 1 to 2, Whiteface, 29 head, 121 lbs., 1 years old 101.00; 36 head, 170 lbs., 2 to 5 years old 98.00 pairs; 33 head, 124 lbs., 2 to 4 years old 92.50.

Date: 7/8/2013



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