Prices from Tuesday at the Keady Market.
A busy day at the Keady Livestock sale on Tuesday -- 21 hundred and 63 head of stocker and feeder cattle, cows and bulls were on offer.
Good quality stocker cattle sold on good demand at steady prices while second cut cattle sold under pressure.
Steer calves up to 600 pounds sold to a dollar 65 per pound and heifers to a dollar 41.
Steers from 600 to 800 pounds sold from a dollar 28 to a dollar 54 per pound and the same range in heifers traded from a dollar 10 to a dollar 48.
Yearling steers 800 to a thousand pounds sold from a dollar 15 to a dollar 28 per pound and the same in heifers sold to a dollar 23.
Cull cows sold at a range from 48 to 71 cents per pound and cull bulls sold to 83 cents.
At the hog barn, 40 dollar calves were on offer, selling at higher prices.
Holstein male calves weighing over 100 pounds sold from 100 to 187 dollars apiece.
Market lambs -- 50 to 64 pounds -- sold up to 2 dollars and 68 cents per pound.
At the small animal sale -- Seabright Bantam Poultry sold up to 10 dollars per bird while Guinea Fowl stopped at 14.
Muscovy Drakes traded up to 13 dollars while Pea Fowl topped at 44.