By Fadi Didi
Here are the prices from Tuesday at the Keady Livestock Market.
At the Keady Livestock Market on Tuesday -- 454 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 5 to 8 cents per cwt, while cull cows and bulls sold 2-3 higher and cow-calf pairs sold from $2,900 to $3,800.
Steer calves up to 600 pounds sold up to 2-dollars-and-82-cents and the same in heifers sold from a-dollar-29 to 2-dollars-and-65-cents.
Steers 600 to 800 pounds sold from a dollar-and-2 to 2-dollars-and-47-cents and the same weight in heifers sold up to 2-dollars-and-27-cents.
Steers weighing 800 to a thousand pounds sold from 2-dollar-and-5 to 2-dollars-16-cents, while heifers sold for up to a-dollar-76.
Cow-calf pairs sold from pairs sold from $2,900 to $3,800 per set.
Cull-cows sold from 95-cents to a-dollar-23 per pound, while bulls sold up to a-dollar-20 per pound.
At the hog barn, 46-dollar calves were on offer, selling steady.
Holstein male calves weighing 100 to 150 pounds sold up to $460 dollars per head.
Market lambs weighing 50 to 64 pounds sold to 2-dollars-and-25-cents per pound.
Billy Goats sold up to 230-dollars.
At the small animal sale, five-week old Chinese Goslings sold to ten-dollars each, while Golden Pheasants topped at 15-dollars per bird.
Duck families sold for 45-dollars and Tom Turkeys stopped at twenty-two.