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15 Good char Bred heifers--Bred to easy calving red angus bull.(82 lb Birth weight) Bull was turned out June 15th
5 Simmental breeding bulls aged 2-3yrs old from reputation herd
25 Red and Black bred cows aged 4-7 yrs old. Bred Red Angus with March-April calving
Butcher cows traded much lower this week. In most cases $3-5. Top cows up to $81. Bulls were fully steady this week on limited supply. Top bulls to $95. Feeder cattle continued to trade with excellent demand. Yearling cattle traded very strong as numbers and quality start to diminish. Calves traded at least fully steady this week.. Lots of light calves trade over $3cwt. Good local orders are keeping the calves strong while most of the yearling cattle are moving to Alberta feedlots. As the weather begins to take its toll on pastures and calves show some wear and tear its important for producers to watch for runny noses and droopy ears if they are marketing calves. Calves that look under stress will likely be discounted through the ring.
CALVES THAT ARE RECENTLY WEANED AND STALE LOOKING ARE BEING DISCOUNTED UP TO $40cwt.
PLEASE CLICK ON OUR BRED COW SALE DATE NOVEMBER 20th IN OUR CALENDAR FOR UPDATES ON BRED COW CONSIGNMENTS.
If you are planning on selling calves in the next month or so, please call ahead to book your cattle with us. If we know how many cattle are coming it allows us to inform buyers so they can have adequate trucks available.
THE LINK TO PRINT YOUR OWN LIVESTOCK MANIFESTS IS AS FOLLOWS...http://www.gov.mb.ca/agriculture/livestock/livestock-manifest.html
A REMINDER TO PRODUCERS TO GET YOUR PREMISE ID NUMBERS FROM THE GOVERNMENT. THIS IS GOING TO BECOME MANDATORY IN 2018. ALL PRODUCERS WILL NEED TO FILL OUT MANIFESTS WHENEVER THEY TRANSPORT CATTLE FROM HOME TO EITHER AUCTION MARTS OR PASTURES. THESE MANIFESTS WILL HAVE TO INCLUDE YOUR PREMISE ID NUMBERS AS PART OF THE NEW NATIONAL TRACIBILITY PROGRAM.
Please contact: Manitobe Premise ID Program-204-945-7684 or email email@example.com
You can also vist their website www.manitoba.ca/agriculture/pid