By Kevin Bernard
Here are the prices from Tuesday at the Keady Livestock Market
At the Keady Livestock Market on Tuesday, 527 head of steers, heifers, cows and bulls were on offer.
Good quality vaccinated cattle sold actively at barely steady prices while unvaccinated calves sold under pressure.
Cull cows and bulls sold slightly higher.
Steer calves up to 600-pounds sold up to 3-dollars and 33-cents per pound and the same in heifers sold from 2-dollars and 40 cents to 3-dollars and 37-cents.
Steers weighing between 600 and 800-pounds sold from 1-dollars 42 cents to 2-dollars and 60-cents, while heifers sold up to 2-dollars and 21 cents.
Steers weighing 800 to 1000-pounds sold from 1-dollars and 82-cents to 2-dollars and 35-cents, while heifers sold to 2-dollars and 12-cents.
Bred cows sold $1350 to 1900 dollars per head.
Cull cows ranged from 60 cents to a dollar 2 cents, while bulls sold to a dollar 39.
At the calf, sheep and goat barn, 110-dollar calves were on offer, selling steady.
Holstein male calves weighing 100 to 150-pounds sold up to 400-dollars per head.
Market lambs weighing 50 to 64-pounds sold to 2-dollar and 72-cents per pound, while Nanny Goats sold up to 106 -dollars per head.
At the small animal sale, East Indian call drakes sold to 5 dollars each, while Turkeys stopped at 13 dollars a piece. Chantecler Poultry topped at 21 dollars per bird and Ringneck Pheasants stopped at 11.