Lexington, KY Wed Dec 8, 2010 USDA- KY Dept of Ag Market News
Blue Grass Stockyards - Lexington, KY
Hog - Sheep Auction Report for 12/08/10
HOGS: 212(196 feeder pigs) Last Sale: 6(3) Year Ago: 173(155)
Compared to last sale, Barrows and Gilts no test. Slaughter Sows no
recent test. Slaughter Boars no recent test. Feeder Pigs per CWT no
recent test. Feeder Pigs poorly tested last sale.
Barrows and Gilts: No test.
Slaughter Sows: US 2 520-595 lbs 45.00-46.00. US 3 ind 295 lbs
Slaughter Boars: ind 280 lbs 37.00.
Meat Hogs (local processing): 295-500 lbs 55.00-63.50.
Feeder Pigs per CWT: US 1-2 136-140 lbs 56.00. US 3 137-201 lbs
Feeder Pigs per Head: US 2-3 43-82 lbs 32.00-33.00.
SHEEP: 397 Last Sale: 205 Year Ago: 155
Compared to last sale, Slaughter Lambs sold steady to firm. Slaughter
Ewes sold steady to 10.00 higher. Slaughter Bucks were steady 10.00 higher.
Feeder Lambs good quality lambs were 10.00-20.00 higher.
Slaughter Lambs: Choice and Prime YG 1-2 100-135 lbs 155.00-165.00.
Choice YG 1 105-155 lbs 144.00-152.00. Good YG 2 120-155 lbs 124.00-
Slaughter Ewes: Choice YG 1 135-195 lbs 80.00-88.00. Good YG 1-2
126-210 lbs 72.50-79.00. Utility YG 1-2 110-210 lbs 60.00.
Slaughter Bucks: 175-295 lbs 59.00-70.00, thin 285 lbs 50.00.
Feeder Lambs: Medium and Large 1 55-65 lbs 176.00-195.00; 70-90 lbs
170.00-174.00. Medium and Large 2 65-95 lbs 160.00-170.00.
GOATS: 15 Last Sale: 7 Year Ago: 17
(sold per head unless denoted per CWT, weights estimated)
Kids: Selection 1 40-80 lbs 102.00-120.00. Selection 3 ind 40 lbs
Does: 80-120 lbs 85.00-112.00.
Source: KY Dept of Ag-USDA Market News, Lexington, KY
Mike Cocanougher 859-255-7423
24 Hour Market Recording 800-327-6568 Kentucky
Out of State 502-564-2761
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