By Kevin Bernard
All classes of stocker and feeder cattle sold on strong demand with price increases of 3 to 5 cents per cwt.
At the Keady Livestock Market on Tuesday -- 424 head of steers, heifers, cows and bulls were on offer.
All classes of stocker and feeder cattle sold on strong demand with price increases of 3 to 5 cents per cwt, while cull cows and bulls sold fully steady.
Steer calves up to 600 pounds sold up to 2 dollars and 84 cents and the same in heifers sold from 2 dollars 42 to 2 dollars and 55 cents.
Steers 600 to 800 pounds sold from 2 dollars and 3 cents to 2 dollars and 47 cents and the same weight in heifers sold up to 2 dollars and 52 cents.
Steers weighing 800 to a thousand pounds sold from a dollar 74 to 2 dollars and 2 cents while heifers sold up to 2 dollars and 7 cents.
Cow-calf pairs sold from 1125 dollars to 38 hundred dollars per set.
Cull cows sold from 92 cents to a dollar 9 per pound while bulls sold up to a dollar 30 per pound.
At the hog barn, 76 dollar calves were on offer, selling sharply higher.
Holstein male calves weighing 100 to 150 pounds sold up to 505 dollars per head.
Market lambs weighing 50 to 64 pounds sold to 2 dollars and 24 cents per pound.
Nanny goats sold up to 210 dollars.
At the small animal sale, Duck families sold to 42 dollars per unit, while Chinese Swan Geese topped at 17 dollars a bird.
Female Ferrets sold to 27 dollars a piece while Bronze Tom Turkeys stopped at 17.