By Kevin Bernard
408 head of steers, heifers, cows and bulls were on offer.
At the Keady Livestock Market on Tuesday, 408 head of steers, heifers, cows and bulls were on offer.
Good quality stocker and feeder cattle sold on strong demand at slightly higher prices while cull cows sold fully steady.
Steer calves up to 600 pounds sold up to 3 dollars and 91 cents and the same in heifers sold from 3 dollars and 10 cents to 3 dollars and 50.
Steers 600 to 800 pounds sold from 2-dollars and 83-cents to 3-dollars and 20-cents and the same weight in heifers sold up to 2-dollars and 68-cents.
Steers weighing over 800 pounds sold from 2-dollars and 31-cents to 2-dollars and 62 cents and the same in heifers sold to 2-dollars and 47-cents.
Cull cows sold from a-dollar-25 to 1-dollar-35, while bulls stopped at a-dollar-53.
At the calf, sheep and goat barn, 104 dollar calves were on offer, selling under pressure.
Holstein male calves weighing 100 to 150 pounds sold up to $650 per head.
Market lambs weighing 65 to 79 pounds sold to 2-dollars and 75-cents per pound, while Billy Goats sold up to 290-dollars per head.
At the small animal sale, Yellow Roosters sold to 22 dollars a piece, while Drakes stopped at 17.
Mature Peacocks sold to 120 dollars per bird while Wyandotte Poultry topped at 18.