Prices from Tuesday at the Keady Market.
At the Keady livestock sale on Tuesday, 725 head of stockers, feeders, cows and bulls were on offer.
Top quality stocker cattle continued to sell at steady prices while second cut cattle sold under pressure.
Steer calves up to 600 pounds sold up to a dollar 29 per pound and heifers to a dollar 21.
Steers from 600 to 800 pounds sold up to a dollar 7 per pound and the same range in heifers traded to 96 cents.
Yearling steers up to one thousand pounds sold from 72 cents to 98 and the same in heifers traded up to 85.
At the hog barn, 78 dollar calves were on offer, selling at higher prices.
Holstein male calves, weighing over 100 pounds sold from 65 to 145 dollars apiece.
Lightweight market lambs and goats sold at higher prices on seasonal demand.
Lambs sold to two dollars per pound and market kid goats 145 dollars per head.
At the small animal sale golden pheasants sold up to 17 dollars per bird while guinea fowl stopped at 11.
Medina pigeons sold up to seven dollars apiece while ice pigeons stopped at two.