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Glasgow Stockyards Market Report

 

September 28, 2022



The market report for the Glasgow Stockyards as of Sept. 15, show 2,197 cattle sold with cows steady on 86 head test and bulls steady on 123 head test. Utility and commercial cows brought in $84 to $92; canner and cutter cows $75 to $84 and bulls $102 to $113.50. Yearlings selling was very strong on the 29th Annual Feeder Auction.

It was a great sale and it was the Stockyards’ fourth anniversary auction. Northern Prairie Auto, from Wolf Point, furnished an amazing lunch.

Thursday Sept. 29 and Oct. 6 is the All Class Cattle Auction. The following week, on Thursday, Oct. 13, is the Feeder Special and All Class Cattle Auction.

Thursday, Oct. 20 is the Dunbar Bros. 15th annual Bred Heifer auction and Galpin Angus herd dispersion, 40 head Angus dispersion pending as well as the All Class Cattle Auction.

Dunbar Ranch will sell 126 Angus Bred Heifers, 50 A.I. To Patriarch and 76 bull bred to calve March 20 for 45 days.

Galpin Angus will sell 37 Cows, two to 10 years old; one Yearling Bull, 15 Bred Heifers, Spring Calves; 24 Heifers and 12 Bulls. These are all registered Angus Cows with 35 years of A.I. and selective breeding.

 

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