Current Market Report
February 2, 2023
- Low Yield Cows
- Medium Yield Cows
- 11 Blk hf
- 1 Blk
- 9 English X
- 2 Blk
- 9 Angus X
- 22 Angus
- 17 Angus
- 10 Angus
- 6 English X
- 12 Angus
- 14 English X
- 8 Blk wf
- 13 English X
- Avg - High
- $241.00 - $260.00
- $223.00 - $247.00
- $192.00 - $234.50
- $161.00 - $200.50
We sold 1545 head this week. We had a big offering of light weaned calves. These calves were several dollars higher! The big calves and yearlings were steady with last week. Young bred's wew in good demand. Not enough pairs for a true test. Cows were steady on the thinner cows and fat cows were several dollars cheaper. Bulls were steady!
Consigned for next week:
1 loaed fancy light yearlings #6 to #7
1 1/2 load ff fancy Angus calves #5 & #6
1 load of weaned X bred calves #4 & #5
Our restaurant is open:
Wed. 8 to 2. Thurs. 8 to 8.
Each week there is a different lunch special.
Please get cattle here prior to 8:00 am on Thursday. Beat the shrink and get your cattle here on Tuesday.
We would like to know if your calves are weaned, vaccinated or both. Fill out paper when you bring your cattle to the sale. We would like to be able to share what you have done with your cattle to the buyers.
ATTENTION New Mexico
All goat & sheep must have a health certificate.
We will inform you on new bull regulations as they are provided to us.
Thank you, we appreciate everyone's business.
Hay for sale: Contact Mike Moss for more information: 520-507-1294
Stock trailer two dividing gates, new hubs, brakes, bearings. Recently
painted $6,700.00. Clay 480-332-7703 for pictures. 5-20-22
If you are in need of a truck, the following trucks are available locally.
- Willcox Livestock Auction (ground load)520-507-2134
- Allaire Trucking 520-548-1133
- Three Sisters Trucking 520-507-1949
- Scott Alder: 928-965-1706
- Curry Land & Cattle Co 575-574-5669
- Clay Nallin 307-287-2956
- Low Yield Bulls
- Medium Yield Bulls
- 1 Blk wf
- 1 Blk
- 1 Blk wf
- 1 English X
- 18 Angus
- 46 Angus
- 18 X bred
- 5 Angus X
- 11 Angus X
- 34 English X
- 22 English X
- 26 English X
- 10 Angus X
- Avg - High
- $184.00 - $207.00
- $164.00 - $178.00
Attn: NEW MEXICO RANCHERS: The protocol New Mexico is able to follow can be expressed as follows:
- 1. New Mexico Brand inspectors will conduct their routine inspection.
- 2. Willcox Livestock Auction has ID tags.
- 3. The New Mexico livestock owner will be responsible to contact the Arizona Department of Agriculture State Veterinarian's office (602-542-4293) for the Arizona Entry Permit number prior to bringing cattle to auction. That number will be placed on the inspection certificate.
- 4. The foregoing applies only to cattle from non- quarantined areas and that have a destination of an Arizona Livestock Auction.
Anyone needing cattle inspected at the sale barn or otherwise must call ADA dispatch 623-445-0281
ADA effective immediately. All cattle coming to AZ. MUST HAVE
inspection and permit # before crossing state line. Cattle will be held
in quarantine if there are no inspection papers and permit numbers.
All cattle crossing the state line must have a PRIOR import permit (602-542-4293), livestock inspection certificate. If you have any questions, contact the state vet at 602-542-4293.
Cows to be preg checked must be in the yard by Wednesday @ 3:00pm in order to be checked.
Pre -consigned cattle need to be in yard no later than 6.00 P.M. Wed. or they will run late in the sale.
ADA Inspectors will not accept any un-peeled fresh brands or no brands except calves with their mothers or accompanied by a form 1 inspection. Anyone needing cattle inspected at the sale barn or otherwise must call ADA dispatch or livestock officer in your area prior to coming to sale barn. Self inspection excluded.
Do to staff shortage at ADA call your inspector 1 week prior to comming to sale so an appointment can be arranged.
As per ADA: We are no longer accepting fresh brands or no brands unless inspected at point of origin. NO EXCEPTIONS!
As of December 31, 2003, US Secretary of Agriculture announced that effectively immediately USDA will ban all downer cattle from the human food chain. In light of this announcement, effective immediately our market facility will no longer permit non-ambulatory (USDA has defined non-ambulatory as disabled and unable to stand, walk or rise on their own), or bad/cancer eye cattle to be off-loaded at our livestock market nor will they be sold for slaughter.