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Livestock market and auction news
St. Louis Cattle
Thursday, September 13
Report supplied by PDA
Receipts This Week 4,100
Week Ago 2,800
Year Ago 4,100
Compared to last week,
Slaughter Steers and Heifers weak
to .50 lower. Cows weak to 1.00
lower. Bulls steady. Slaughter
supply mainly Choice and Mixed
Choice and Prime Slaughter Steers
and Heifers, around 10% Cows.
• Note: The quality of Steers and
Heifers marketed during this week
was improved over previous
SLAUGHTER STEERS: Mixed
Choice and Prime 2-4 1050-1300 lbs.
64.00, couple loads early 64.50,
most tested late. Choice 2-4 1000-
1275 lbs. 62.50-64.00, closing 62.50
63.50 ; 900-1000 lbs. 60,00-63.00; 850
900 lbs. 59.00-60.00. Mixed Good and
Choice 2-3 900-1200 lbs. 60.00-63.00.
Good 2-3 900-1175 lbs. 58.0060.00;
850-900 lbs. 56.0058.00. Mostly
Good 2-3 11001450 lbs. Holsteins
LOUIS LYONS & SON
Consign your cattle and hogs, feeder pigs
& calves to Louis Lyons & Son. They offer
choice service, excellent sorting &
marketing of your livestock.
Charles Oilier, Manager
Burnell Siegrist - Buyer & Seller
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Whan properly managed TRI
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report that TRICAL Forage
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Atlantic Rich!laid Company
A Product of ARCO Seed Company
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SLAUGHTER HEIFERS: Mixed
Choice and Prime 2-4 9001125 lbs.
62.00-62.50, package early 63.00, not
tested late. Choice 2-4 9001100 lbs.
60.5062.00, closing 60.5061.50; 800
900 lbs. 58.00-61.00. Mixed Good and
Choice 2-3 8001000 lbs. 58.0061.00.
Good 2-3 750975 lbs. 55.0058.00;
700750 lbs. 51.0055.00.
COWS: (Closing week sales)
breaking Utility and Commercial
2-4 35.00-37.00. Cutter and Boning
Utility 1-2 35.00-37.00. High
yielding boning Utility 1-2 37.00
38.00. Canner and Low Cutter 1-2
33.0035.00. Shelly Canner 1-2 30.00
BULLS; YG 1-2 11002000 lbs.
Wednesday’s weekly Sheep
Auction. Receipts around 600 head.
Trading slow. Spring Slaughter
lambs 4.00-6.00 lower. Not enough
of any other class to test market
trends. Quality below that of last
SPRING SLAUGHTER LAMBS:
Choice and Prime wooled with few
shorn no. 1-2 pelts 50.0058.00,
THE VERSATILE FORAGE
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high yielding with excellent
nutritional quality and
outstanding payability. When
properly managed, jTRICAL
Forage will provide one heavy
cutting for silage and can be
followed by a smaller cut or
grazing a few weeks later.
Winter Her din see:
TRICAL Forage has shown
excellent winter hardiness.
TRICAL Forage 1, & II are
specifically blended for a wide
range of climatic conditions.
Also, TRICAL Forage will
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mostly 56.0057.00; 100140 lbs.
SLAUGHTER EWES: Few cull
to Utility 8.0011.00.
FEEDERS: (Including around
1,400 at the regular Thursday
auction.) Trading moderately
active. Feeder steers and feeder
heifers steady to 1.00 higher. Not
enough of any other class to
establish market trends. Supply
mainly feeder steers 500600 lbs.
and feeder heifers 400600 lbs.
FEEDER STEERS: Medium
and large frame 1: 300500 lbs.
63.0066.75; 500800 lbs. 62.0067.25;
800900 lbs. 56.0058.50. Large
frame 2 holsteins: one package 650
FEEDER BULLS: Medium and
large frame 1-2; couple lots 400425
lbs. 58.25-61.00; 625-850 lbs. 42.00
FEEDER HEIFERS: Medium
and large frame 1: 300-800 lbs.
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perform well over a broad range
of aoll typea.
Deep Ftoroua Root System;
TRICAL Forage it deep rooting
which allow* for officiant
utilization of toil nutrients and
East Coast Carlot
Wednesday, Sept 12
Report supplied by USDA
Compared to Tuesday’s close:
Trading slow, demand light. Prime
Special Fed Veal steady to weak.
Good and Choice Boning Veal
steady. Inshipped steady. Spring
Lamb steady compared to last
week. Compared to last week,
Boneless Beef 1.00 to 2.00 lower,
Beef Trimmings weak.
Prime (Special Fed)
Hide on 200 Head
220280 lbs. 147.00148.00 LTD
steady-weak, few 142.00.
Good & Choice
Northeastern Suppliers: 65-75#
70.0073.00, steady; 5564# 68.00
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Area Field Consultants
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RD 2, Box 73 Rt 3, Box 159
Mifflmburg, PA 17844 Clearville, PA 15535
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RD 1, Box 395-8, Black Creek Dev RD 4 Box 437
East Earl, PA 17519 Blairville, PA 15717
PH: 215-445-7161 PH; 412-459-5008
Regional Field Consultant
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Lancaster Farming, Saturday, September 15,1984—A13
Why Farmers Like
Silo Sym on Corn
Silage, Hi Moisture
allows you to har
vest in early dent
state while the
entire plant is lush
Less silo seepage
if any at all
a definite hedge
against the weather
Silo Sym can also be applied when you bale
corn stover - for less spoilage.
Check our prices before you buy. For more
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Star Rt.-Millersburg, Ohio 44654
71.00; 45-54# 66.00-69.00 ; 35-44#
64.00-67.00; 34# d0wn62.00-65.00.
Inshipped: 71-80 lbs. 74.00-77.00,
steady; 61-70 lbs. 72.00-75.00; 51-61
lbs. 70.00-73.00; 41-50 lbs. 68.00-
71.00; 30-40 lbs. 66.0669.00.
Spring Lamb Carcass
Choice and Prime 3-4
Compared to last week: 55 lbs.
down 135.00, steady; 55-65 lbs.
135.00; 65-75 lbs. 135.00.
(US and Canadian Origin)
Compared to last week: 90%
Chem Lean, Fresh 101.00,1.00-2.00
Compared to last week: 50%
Chem Lean, Fresh 57.50 part load
retains more total
less silage wasted
higher dry matter
yield per acre
easy to apply with
it really works on
corn silage & hi