BELLEVILLE — All kinds of livestock and hay are sold every Wednesday since 1946 — hay at 11:30 a.m. and cattle at 1 p.m.

Dec. 5 sale results: dairy cows, good, 900 to 1,275 per head; dairy cows #2, 600 to 850 per head; bred heifers #1, 550 to 900 per head; bred heifers #2, 400 to 500 per head; open heifers #1, 250 to 400 per head; open heifers #2, 150 to 250 per head; feeder pigs, 12 to 40 per head; butcher hogs, 125 to 200 per head; SI cows-breakers 75-80 percent lean, 37 to 43 per cwt.; SI cows-boners 80-85 percent lean, 35 to 39 per cwt.; SI cows-lean 85-90 percent lean, 30 to 35 per cwt.; SI cows-shells down to 10 per cwt.; Holstein SI Bulls, YG1, 60 to 65 per cwt.

Sheep, 40 to 80 per cwt.; lambs, 140 to 210 per cwt.; nanny goats, 130 to 180 per head; billy goats, 200 to 300 per head; kid goats, 20 to 65 per head; Holstein bull calves #1, 95 to 120 pounds, 40 to 80 per cwt.; Holstein bull calves #2, 95 to 120 pounds, 25 to 37 per cwt.; Holstein bull calves #1, 85 to 94 pounds, 25 to 40 per cwt.; Holstein bull calves #2, 85 to 94 pounds, 15 to 25 per cwt. Holstein heifer calves #1, 40 to 70 per cwt.; Holstein heifer calves #2, 20 to 40 per cwt.

Feeder cattle, 300-500 pounds, 75 to 100 per cwt.; feeder cattle, 501-700, 50 to 70 per cwt.

Alfalfa hay, 110 to 150 per ton; Mixed hay, 140 to 180 per ton.

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