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John Goggins

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Thursday, 15 August, 2019

Once again, last Friday I really thought cattle futures would open higher on Monday morning with the news of up to $116 fed cattle.  But again, cattle futures were limit down in both live cattle and feeders, they opened limit down and stayed there.  The plunge was attributed to the Tyson processing plant burning down in Kansas on Friday night. 

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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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