Lexington, KY Wed Jan 5, 2011 USDA- KY Dept of Ag Market News
Blue Grass Stockyards - Lexington, KY
Hog, Sheep and Goat Auction Report for 01/04/11
HOGS: 30(7 feeder pigs) Last Sale: 76(0) Year Ago: 142(77)
Compared to last sale, majority of slaughter receipts sold for local
processing. Feeder Pigs per CWT no test last sale. Feeder Pigs no test
Barrows and Gilts: No test.
Slaughter Sows: No test.
Slaughter Boars: No test.
Meat Hogs (local processing): 260-360 lbs 51.00-60.00; few 450-475
lbs 44.50-47.50; 500-600 lbs 48.00-55.00.
Feeder Pigs per CWT: No test.
Feeder Pigs per Head: US 2 few 50-55 lbs 35.00. Utility few 20-25 lbs
SHEEP: 104 Last Sale: 20 Year Ago: 36
Compared to last sale, Slaughter Lambs sold poorly tested last sale.
Slaughter Ewes sold steady. Slaughter Bucks no test. Feeder Lambs poorly
tested last sale.
Slaughter Lambs: Good and Choice YG 1-2 100-140 lbs 165.00-170.00.
Slaughter Ewes: Utility and Good YG 2-3 135-175 lbs 95.00-100.00.
Utility and Good YG 1-2 thinner fleshed 130-215 lbs 70.00-82.00.
Slaughter Bucks: No test.
Feeder Lambs: Medium and Large 1 60-70 lbs 206.00-209.00. Medium
and Large 2 45 lbs 185.00; 60-70 lbs 197.50-207.00; 75-95 lbs 172.50-
177.50. Small 1 ind 40 lbs 200.00; 70-80 lbs 171.00-182.50. Small 2
40-45 lbs 162.50-180.00.
Replacement Ewes: Medium 1-2 few mixed age 148 lbs 112.50 cwt.
GOATS: 25 Last Sale: 41 Year Ago: 1
(sold per head unless denoted per CWT, weights estimated)
Kids: Selection 1-2 50-75 lbs 95.00-100.00. Selection 2 60-75 lbs
75.00-85.00. Selection 3 25-40 lbs 42.50-57.50.
Does: 70-80 lbs 62.50-75.00; 85-95 lbs 87.50; 100-115 lbs 112.50-127.50.
Billies: 70-80 lbs 104.00-115.00; 100-125 lbs 137.00-142.50.
Source: KY Dept of Ag-USDA Market News, Lexington, KY
Bill Barrows 859-255-7423
24 Hour Market Recording 800-327-6568 Kentucky
Out of State 502-564-2761
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