John Goggins

Publish Date:

Thursday, 20 September, 2018

We saw a nice bump in the live fed cattle market last week.  Most areas traded at $111 live and $175 in the meat.  Live cattle traded $3 higher for the week.  The board was substantially higher last Friday and some feeders were asking for what would have been $4 higher than the previous week, but eventually sold for the

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Sale Manager: Carter Auction Service   13 Open Heifers Averaged: $3846 7 Bred Heifers Av

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Carlson Cattle Company Angus Female Sale
Sale Consultant: CK6, Wes Tiemann Reported By Alan Sears 23 Open Heifers Averaged $3,091 4 Br

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