Area livestock auction reports

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SUGARCREEK

LIVESTOCK

AUCTION INC.

Nov. 26

110 CALVES -- Choice calves 110-140, good calves 75-105, light & thins 60 down; back to farm bulls 75-140; FEEDERS, steers & bulls 80-142.50, heifers 80-118, Holsteins steers 50-80.

261 CATTLE -- Choice steers 115-122.50, good steers 100-114.50, Holstein steers 80-100, choice heifers 114-122, good heifers 100-113.50, good Holstein cows 65-81, yellows and thins 72-down, bulls 70-82.50.

263 HORSES & PONIES -- Top horse 1,600, top pony 3.50.

4 GOATS -- 15-35.

FARMERSTOWN

LIVESTOCK

2907 Township Road 190

Baltic

Nov. 27

48 CALVES -- Good to choice calves 90-100, medium to good calves 80-90, fair to medium calves 70-80, commons and lights 70-down, cross bred calves 80-down, back to farm, bull calves 100-130, back to farm, heifer calves 60-137; Holstein bull 750.

21 PIGS -- 70 lbs.-up 30-60.

1 SHEEP -- 35.

72 BUTCHER HOGS -- 210-240 lbs. 56-61, 240-260 lbs. 61.50-70, 260 lbs.-up 50-67, butcher sows 64-down, boars by weight 16-39.

27 CATTLE -- Holstein steers 78-94, heifers 73.50, bulls 79.50, good beef cows 74-80, medium to good cows 68-74, fair to medium cows 60-68, common cows 60-down; feeder cattle, Holstein steer and bulls 59-89.

178 TOTAL HEAD.

31 LOADS HAY, STRAW, GRAIN -- 1st cutting hay 285-400, 2nd and 3rd cutting 240-425, hay bales 4.85 and 60-125 rd. bale, lg. hay sq. 185-300 ton, oats straw 200 ton, corn fodder 35-38; firewood per ton 45-55 ton; eggs 1.25-3.00 dozen.

No Auction, Dec. 25

Hay Auction

Dec. 28, 2:30 a.m.

MOUNT HOPE

AUCTION

Nov. 28

29 HOGS -- 200-220 lbs 60, 220-250 lbs. 62, 250-270 lbs. 62-64; 8 FEEDER PIGS, 40-60 lbs 27.50.

16 CATTLE -- choice Holstein steers, 105; good Hostein steers 80-95.

9 BULLS -- Jersey bulls 66-78.50, 1,000-1,500 lbs. 83-104.50, 1,500-2,000 lbs. 88.50-92.50.

125 CULL COWS -- Good 72-80, medium-good 66-72, fair-medium 61-66, light-thin 61-down; 64 FEEDERS, steers 70-157.50, heifers 70-125.

14 DAIRY -- Dairy cows 1,100-down, bred heifers 1,300-down.

165 CALVES -- 95-120 lbs. 100-135, good 70-100, back to farm Holstein heifers 95-120 100-145, crossbred 20-185.

239 GOATS -- Kid 135-down, billies 220-down, nannies 190-down, wethers 172.50-down.

642 HEAD SHEEP -- Bucks & ewes 40-80, lambs 40-60 lbs. 100-162.50, 60-80 lbs. 102.50-155, 80-100 lbs. 102.50-125, 100-130 lbs. 95-112.50, 130-up 90-102.50.

TOTAL HEAD -- 1,311.

72 LOADS -- Alfalfa 2nd cutting 360-450, 3rd and 4th cutting 250-510, mixed 1st cutting 260-385, mixed 2nd cutting 310-410, lg. bales hay 45-110, lg bales hay 120-370 ton, wheat straw 140-190, lg. bales straw 140-160 ton, ear corn 260; firewood 50-90; corn fodder/bale 22.50-30.

KIDRON AUCTION

Nov. 30

130 HOGS -- 190-210 lbs. 27.50-59, 210-230 lbs. 56-66.50, 230-260 lbs. 59.50-66, butcher sows 46-59.50, boars by weight 10-20.

382 FEEDER PIGS -- Up to 40 lbs. 16-31, 41-50 lbs. 23-33, 51-60 lbs. 25-33, 61 lbs.-up 25-40, service boars 80-105, roasters 38-80.

104 CALVES -- Back to farm, bulls 97.50-165, back to farm, heifers 85-170, light & thin 90-down.

176 CATTLE -- Steers 76.50-99, heifers 67.50-95, bulls 87-93, good beef cows 74-80.50, medium to good 67.50-73.50, thin to poor 66-down; feeder steers 51-90, heifers 57.50-82.50.

3 SHEEP -- Market lambs 90-125 lbs., 92.50; feeder lambs 85 lbs. up, 152.50.

13 GOATS -- 30-115.

256 DAIRY CATTLE -- Cows 1,450-down, bred heifers 1,585-down, service bulls 175-900, open heifers 400-910.

TOTAL HEAD 1,064; Consignors 236.

64 HAY & STRAW -- Hay 1st cutting 250-310, 2nd cutting 340-370, 3rd cutting 250-375, lg. bales 55-90 each and 100-210 ton, straw 45-235 ton; corn fodder 110 ton; firewood 45-100 load.

Ashland County

Nov. 30

There were 27 loads of hay, straw and grain consigned and 11 sellers of produce.

Hay -- first cutting, $170; third cutting, $390-$410; fourth cutting, $400; large round each, $75-$77.50; hay/bale, $4.25-$7; hay, large square/ton $300; oats, large square/ton, $80; straw, large round/ton, $120; straw/ton $190-$200; firewood/load, $40-$155; corn stalks, round/each $22.50-$40;

Eggs, $2.40;

Chickens, $3-$3.50;

Bread, $1.60; cranberries, $2; cabbage, 90 cents-$1.50; cakes, $3.50; candy, $1-$2.25; carrots, $1-$3; clementines, 75 cents-$1.50; kolaches, $3.25; lemons, $2; lettuce, 50 cents; noodles $4; onions, $1-$1.75; pies, $6.50-$8; pineapples, $1.50-$2.20; potatoes/ 10 pounds, 75 cents-$1.40; mushrooms, $1; squash, 50 cents-$2.25.

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