By Matt Villeneuve
Here are the prices from Tuesday at the Keady Livestock Market.
At the Keady Livestock Market on Tuesday, 785 head of steers, heifers, cows and bulls were on offer.
All classes of cattle sold on selective buyer demand at prices 5 to 10 cents per hundred weight lower, while cows and bulls sold easier.
Steer calves up to 600-pounds sold up to 3-dollars and 25-cents per pound and the same in heifers sold from 1-dollar and 95 cents to 3-dollars and 22-cents.
Steers weighing between 600 and 800-pounds sold from 1-dollars 90 cents to 2-dollars and 50-cents, while heifers sold up to 2-dollars and 5 cents.
Steers weighing 800 to 1000-pounds sold from 1-dollars and 52-cents to 2-dollars and 20-cents, while heifers sold to 1-dollars and 77-cents.
Cow calf pairs sold from $1575 to $2275, while Bred cows sold from 700 dollars to 2100 dollars per head.
Cull cows ranged from 47 cents to 92 cents, while bulls sold to a dollar 18.
At the calf, sheep and goat barn, 76-dollar calves were on offer, selling higher.
Holstein male calves weighing 100 to 150-pounds sold up to 480-dollars per head.
Market lambs weighing 50 to 64-pounds sold to 3-dollars per pound, while Billy Goats sold up to $212.50 per head.
At the small animal sale, Ducks sold to 12 dollars each while Partridges stopped at 3 dollars a bird.
Flemish Buck rabbits topped at 7 dollars a piece while Ringneck Pheasants stopped at 10.