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John Goggins

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Thursday, 18 July, 2019

We saw a nice rally in the fed cattle market last week.  Cash fed cattle sold for $115 to $116 in the north and mainly $112 to $114 in the south, up $3 to $5 respectively as compared to the week before.  Cattle futures enjoyed a nice upswing, especially on Tuesday.

Feeder calves at the auction markets around the country also

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06/29/2019

JR Ranch/Sackmann Cattle Mature Cow Sale
126 Angus Cow/Calf Pairs Averaged $2,125 45 Angus Fall Bred Cows Averaged $2,190 6 Angus Fall Bred He

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06/01/2019

11th Annual Diamond-McNabb Ranch Horse Sale
At the Powderhorn Ranch Arena, Douglas WY June 1, 2019 Auctioneer: Ty Thompson, Billings, MT

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05/11/2019

Rathbun Angus Ranch Female Dispersion Sale
260 Angus Female Lots averaged 2,556 Sale Highlights Lot 2, $13,000, Rathbun Ruby Erica E617, an Aug

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05/10/2019

Duppong’s Willow Creek 26th Annual Born to Perform Angus Bull Sale
61 Bulls Average $5,250

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05/06/2019

Spickler Ranch South Annual Production Sale
123 Bulls Average $6,224

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