Saturday Sale Bill
DENISON LIVESTOCK AUCTION
Established Since 1943
Feeder Pigs 8:30 a.m. - Misc. 9:00 a.m. - Sheep 9:00 a.m.
Cows at 11:00 a.m. followed by Feeder Calves
Saturday, August 29th, 2015
Sold 46 Weigh Sows
350 - 450# $45 - $51
450-500# $51 - $57
550-650# $56 - $59.50 We need more Sows.
Boars Heavy $16 Light $27 - $47
Sold 171 Butchers
Expect 100-150 Sheep and Goats
All Weights and Classes.
1000-2000 BALES HAY-STRAW
1999 Ford 250 43X4 123K miles
CALVES & YEARLINGS
10 - 20 Buckets Calves
200 - 400 Mx X Steers, Bulls, Hfrs 300-900#
Special Feeder Calf Sales - Thursday, September 3rd and Thursday, September 24th
Sold right at 2000 cattle Thursday on a very active market but lower. Corrections are on the way.
Check website for all prices. Talk to your vet! Modified Live vaccinations are going to be very important to you and the new buyers. Let’s do things right and together. It makes a better world.
IF YOU ARE thinking about having a machinery sale, household sale or land sale....Please give us a call. We would be glad to visit with you.
COWS14 Bl X Cows; running age, some pairs, some split - running back with Bl Bulls
Call Friday for up to date consignments of Bred Cows and Pairs
Box: Special Weigh Cow Sales – Saturday, Sept. 12th
and Saturday, Sept. 26th.
150-300 WEIGH COWS, HEIFEREETS, BULLS
Sold 173 Weigh Cows & Bulls on our Special Weigh Cow Sale on a lower market. Lean cows still selling good. Grass fat cows still under pressure.
Top cows - $114 - $124
Most cows - $103 - $113
Old Thin Low Yielding - $45 - $95
Bulls Drug-free, high yielding - $125 - $141
Other Bulls - $115 - $136
Sold 17 Fat Cattle
Top Choice - $143 - $146
Selects and low grade - $140 - $155
Pauley Bros. Fall Machinery Consignnment Sale
Tuesday, August 25th 9:30 a.m.
It’s pretty early Monday A.M., I don’t think the end of the world is coming today, but the way the markets look over seas and early calls, we won’t have to pay any or very little tax this year. Have you noticed lately how everything is in such extremes? Either it’s way too much or way to high or way to cheap or not near enough. Thinking of cheap, when was the last time you bought an item that keeps getting cheaper? Unfortunately grain, livestock, produce and other related items are below producer cost. Who really cares? Someday when they go to bed hungry they will throw their phones and I Pods away and really appreciate what farmers really mean to our wellbeing. I hope we don’t have to mention Obama and Eisenhower in the same sentence.
Barn 712-263-3149 ~ JR Mobile 269-7777 ~ Tom 263-0224
Dave Vanness 265-1189
ERV PAULEY FAMILY, OWNERS-OPERATORS