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Commentary

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls sold two better.

Light calves were steady to a bit softer while feeders were steady.

If pens and feedlots weren't so muddy, how high were these cattle be?

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"I'm a wonderful housekeeper. When I leave a man I keep his house."

        - Zsa Zsa Gabor

                          ~and~

"I guess all the happiness in the world can't buy you money."

        - Toby Keith

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls sold steady with few numbers.

Feeder cattle and calves are mostly steady as well with light test of the market.

If you're having trouble pulling up all the pages of this report on your phone then try cleaning out all the cookies and your search history and then it should work.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"I like nonsense. It wakes up the brain cells."

        - Dr Seuss

                          ~and~

"Man is the only animal that can remain on friendly terms with the victims he intends to eat until he eats them."

        - Remember that when tagging calves this calving season

Commentary:

Slaughter cows sold steady to 2 better while bulls were steady.

Feeder cattle and calves sold steady.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"The men the American people admire the most are the most daring liars. The men they detest most are the ones who try to tell them the truth."

        - H. L. Mencken

                          ~and~

"The first half of our lives is ruined by our parents and the second by our kids."

        - Dad

Commentary:

Anyone who has been around east Idaho for a few years might remember Evan Slack and his ag show slogan, "Higher, higher, higher!" Well, it rings true this week.

Slaughter cows and bulls were steady to one better.

Feeder cattle and calves were from 2-10 better.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

 

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls sold two-three better.

Calves and feeders remain strong.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"If you know Morse code I imagine a tap dancer will drive you crazy."

       - Mitch Hedburg

                  and

"Almost everything will work again if you unplug it for a minute. Including yourself."

       - Ann Landers

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls sold steady.

Feeder cattle and calves were mostly steady to a bit stronger due to kind.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"In real life I assure you there is no such thing as Algebra."

                  and

"You can observe a lot just by watching."

       - Yogi Berra

Commentary:

Thanks to the weather (blizzard), it was a pretty small sale.

Slaughter cows and bulls sold one better.

Calves and feeders were steady.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"I went to a fight the other night and a hockey game broke out."

                  and

"I worked in a pet store and people would ask how big I would get."

       - Rodney Dangerfield

Commentary:

As my old friend Goober from the Andy Griffith show used to say, "Surprise, surprise!" A little time for buyers and feedlots to catch up, and a break in the weather, and poof...the cattle market is better.

From before Christmas, slaughter cows and bulls sold steady to a hint of better. Very light calves sold steady. Calves and feeders were anywhere from steady to ten better. Odd cattle were not discounted as hard as they had been which signals an increase in demand.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"Never argue with a fool. Onlookers might not know the difference."

       - Mark Twain

                  and

"The best way to get what you won't in life is to deserve it."

       - Charlie Munger

Commentary:

There will be no sale 12/22/23 or 12/29/23.

Slaughter cows and bulls sold steady with declining numbers.

Feeder cattle sold steady while lighter calves remain under pressure due to health concerns.

Folks, the bulk of the snake river valley is a swamp. Once pens shape up, look for grass cattle buyers to become more aggressive.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"Have a Merry Christmas. It's all you'll get from me. Cause I ain't no Santi Claus. Don't own no Christmas tree. But if wishes was health and money I'd fill your buckskin poke. Your doctor would go hungry and you'd never be broke."

       - Charlie Russel

Commentary:

All classes remained mostly steady with no help from the weather again.

There will be no sale 12/22/23 or 12/29/23.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"By the time a guy realizes his parents were right he has kids that think he's wrong."

       - unknown

                  ~and~

"I am always ready to learn although I do not always like being taught."

        - Winston Churchill

Commentary:

What a tough report to give. We are in the peak of slaughter cow runs so cows and bulls were reasonably lower two cents from before Thanksgiving.

Feeder cattle and calves were from 5-20 lower depending on quality and condition. The futures markets have been continually hammered and the storm here last week did not help buyer enthusiasm.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"My most common saying is, 'I don't know.' And it gives me much of my inspiration."

       - Cole Erb

                  ~and~

"Everybody laughed when I told them I wanted to be a comedian. Nobody's laughing now."

        - Bob Hope

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls sold two lower.

Feeder cattle and calves were several lower to just a bit softer depending on kind.

There will be no sale on November 24th because of Thanksgiving.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"Whatever you have just done is not nearly as important as what you're doing right now."

       - Coach Mike Krzyewski

                  ~and~

"You can observe a lot just by watching."

        - Yogi Berra

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls sold 2-3 lower.

Light calves and feeders were steady to a few lower. Heifers dropped off more than steers.

There will be no sale on November 24th because of Thanksgiving.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"The only way to keep your health is to eat what you don't want, drink what you don't like, and do what you'd rather not."

       - Mark Twain

                  ~and~

"Each one hopes if they feed the crocodile enough, the crocodile will eat them last."

        - Winston Churchill

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls sold 2-3 lower.

Heavy feeders and calves were mostly steady to a touch softer. Light calves are steady.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"Adopt the pace of nature. Her secret is patience."

       - Ralph Waldo Emerson

                  ~and~

"Americans love change. But they hate to be changed."

        - some English guy

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls sold 3-5 lower.

Heavy feeders are pretty sparse as most yearlings are cleaned up, so no trend there. Calves in general are lower. In some instances ten lower. Feedlots are beginning to fill up and many people have not so fond memories of last winter. But it's still a better market than last year's.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"When you come to a fork in the road, take it."

                  ~and~

"A nickel ain't worth a dime anymore."

        - the famous wordsmith Yogi Berra

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls sold 2 lower.

Feeder cattle and calves were a few lower with large supply.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"Take a rest. A field that has rested gives a bountiful crop."

        - Roman adage

                  ~and~

"Adopt the pace of nature. Her secret is patience."

        - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls slipped another 3 cents as the fall rush begins.

Feeder cattle and calves sold steady.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"Say anything you like about me but spell my name right."

        - P.T. Barnum

                  ~and~

"A good politician is as unlikely as an honest burglar."

        - unknown

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls sold 2-3 lower.

High end feeders and calves are steady. All others re mostly steady depending on kind.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"A peacock that sits on its feathers is just another turkey."

        - Dolly Parton

                  ~and~

"I've never seen a monument dedicated to a pessimist."

        - Paul Harvey

Commentary:

Slaughter cows sold one lower. Bulls were 3-4 lower.

Feeder cattle and calves are steady for kind.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"People demand freedom of speech as compensation for the thought they seldom use."

        - unknown

                  ~and~

"Nothing is so permanent as a temporary government program."

        - Milton Friedman

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls sold steady to one better with lean being king.

Feeders were steady to a few better following a good week in the futures. Lighter calves are mostly steady depending on quality and kind.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"People say nothing is impossible, but I do nothing all day."

        - Congress

                  ~and~

"By the time you're 80 years old you've learned everything. You only have to remember it."

        - George Burns

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls sold steady.

Feeders and light calves were steady while heavier calves were a little softer.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"Fashion changes. Style remains."

        - Coco Chanel

                  ~and~

"The only thing different between death and taxes is death doesn't get worse each time Congress meets."

        - Will Rogers

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls rebounded a few cents.

Feeders and calves were steady.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"Some people can be reasoned into sense. Others must be shocked into it."

        - Thomas Paine

                  ~and~

"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction."

        - Ronald Reagan

Commentary:

Slaughter cows sold one lower.

Feeders and calves were steady with numbers a little higher.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"Try again, fail again. Fail bigger, fail better."

        - (Hang in there)

Commentary:

Slaughter cows sold two lower while bulls were four lower.

Feeder cattle and calves were noticeably higher with good quality.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"Opportunity is usually missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work."

        - Thomas Edison

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls remain steady.

Calves and yearlings should be considered steady with only a small test.

I again remind anyone to be here to unload by noon due to the short sales.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

Why isn't there mouse flavored cat food?

                   ~and~

Whay are all UFOs not photogenic?

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls sold two better.

Yearling cattle and calves were steady.

I again remind anyone to be here to unload by noon due to the short sales.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"When it comes to getting things done we need fewer architects and more bricklayers."

        - Unknown

Commentary:

Pretty short sale. All classes were steady.

I again remind anyone to be here to unload by noon due to the short sales.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"My wife and I were happy for 20 years. Then we met."

              ~and~

"I asked my dad if I could go ice skating on the lake. He said to wait 'til it's warmer."

        - Rodney Dangerfield

Commentary:

Still not much to report. Small sales and hot days. All classes remain mostly steady.

Due to the heat we will not be moving our sale time back so make sure to get here with your cattle by noon as the sales are smaller!

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"'Choice' isn't always your choice. It's usually just what you're left with."

              ~and~

"There are three kinds of men. The ones that learn by reading. The few that learn by observation. And the rest that have peed on electric fences for themselves."

        - Will Rogers

Commentary:

All classes sold steady.

Due to the heat we will not be moving our sale time back so make sure to get here with your cattle by noon as the sales are smaller!

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"To learn what money is worth try to borrow some."

              ~and~

"You can't tell how far a frog will jump just by the color of his hide."

        - Savvy Sayin's by Ken Alsted

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls sold just a bit lower. Nation wide there are a lot around. Especially dairy cows.

Feeders and calves remain high with little test.

Due to the heat we will not be moving our sale time back so make sure to get here with your cattle by noon as the sales are smaller!

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"Don't just count the days. Make the days count."

        - Muhammed Ali

Commentary:

From before the 4th...

Slaughter cows and bulls remain strong and should remain for awhile.

On the feeder side there's not much around at the sales but still cost more than a college education.

The days are getting hotter and the sales are short. Please keep in mind that if you are bringing cattle on Friday, they need to be here by noon. Otherwise, they may not make it into the sale and you will have to bring them next week.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"Freedom is a fragile thing and is always at risk of disappearing within one generation."

        - Ronald Reagan

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls sold mostly steady.

We didn't have enough calves or feeders to really report on but rest assured those markets would be steady this week.

There will be no sale on June 30, 2023.

If you are having trouble getting an updated version of this report on a cell phone, i.e.: you can get this week's representative sales but only last week's commentary, try clearing out any cookies or search history first.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"My wealth has come from a combination of living in America, some lucky genes and compound interest."

        - Warren Buffett

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls sold steady.

Both feeders and calves were modestly higher.

There will be no sale on June 30, 2023.

If you are having trouble getting an updated version of this report on a cell phone, i.e.: you can get this week's representative sales but only last week's commentary, try clearing out any cookies or search history first.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"Imagination was given to man to compensate him for what he isn't and a sense of humor to console him for what he is."

        - Horace Walpole

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls sold one better from the week prior.

Feeders and calves are mostly steady with smaller numbers.

There will be no sale on June 30, 2023.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"Better to slip with foot than with tongue."

        - Ben Franklin

               -and-

"I went to a fight at the livestock auction the other day and a sale broke out."

        - Neil Hillman

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls sold steady.

Grass calves were several higher while heavy feeders were steady.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"60% of the time, it works all the time."

               -and-

"If you don't know where you're going you might end up somewhere."

        - Yogi Berra

Commentary:

All classes sold steady. Some light calves were stronger but overall mostly steady.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"The world is not driven by greed. It is driven by envy."

        - Charlie Munger of Berkshire Hathaway

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls remain strong and sold mostly steady.

Grass cattle were mixed for kind and feeders sold steady.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"Patience is not just the ability to wait. It's how you behave while waiting."

        - Mom

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls sold steady.

Feeder cattle and calves were mixed. Some higher, some lower but on overall tone of higher.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 7:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"Hip shootin' and gun fanning aren't the way. Take your time and deliberately make one good shot."

        - Wyatt Earp

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls slipped a few cents but still remain high.

Heavy calves and feeders were steady to a few better while lighter calves were a bit softer.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 8:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"If women don't find you handsome they oughta find you handy."

        - Red Green

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls sold steady to one better.

Feeders and lighter cattle were stronger.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 8:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"To live is to change. To be great is to have changed a lot."

        - unknown

                ~and~

"Thank your enemies. they show you your faults."

        - Ben Franklin

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls sold steady.

Feeder cattle and calves were for sure several lower but mostly due to kind. The market is still good but sticky in places.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 8:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

Concerning all the negative news of the economy, I noticed this quote in a publication the other day:

    "Often, when the population becomes as concerned as they are right now, recession becomes a self fulfilling prophecy."

        - David Hales

So I say, focus on all the good news!

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls sold steady to one better.

Calves for grass sold ten better in spots. Feeders were 2-4 better. Zowie! What a market! As I fill out this market report I keep double checking that the heifer prices aren't really steers.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 8:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"If they don't give you a seat at the table, bring your own folding chair."

        - Malcolm Forbes

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls sold steady to one lower as the perils of a tough calving season abound.

Feeder cattle and calves sold steady.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 8:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"The only difference between death and taxes is death, death doesn't get worse every time Congress meets."

        - Will Rogers

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls sold steady.

Feeder cattle were steady while lighter feeders are a few better. Light calves were steady.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 8:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"A man who carries a cat by the tail learns something he can learn in no other way."

        - Mark Twain

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls sold three better this week.

Feeder cattle and calves were several better as well as the quality was good and people are beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel of this "snowmageddon".

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 8:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"Skate where the puck is going. Not where it has been."

        - Wayne Gretsky

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls sold steady from a week ago.

Feeder cattle and calves are mostly steady for kind. Some cattle are showing up dirty which discounts them somewhat, but the demand is good enough so as it's not too bad.

The USDA issued its 'Cattle on Feed' report for the month of February which showed friendly numbers for the cattle market indicating smaller inventories for months to come.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 8:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"Nothing is as permanent as a temporary government program."

        - Economist Milton Friedman

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls sold 4-5 lower.

Feeder cattle and calves remain strong.

Bring your cows to the auction! Lately, people that have just been sending them directly to the packer or selling them off their place have been getting back as much as $100 a head less.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 8:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

It's none of my business what people think of me.

Commentary:

Slaughter cows and bulls sold a few higher as there aren't many around.

Feeder cattle and calves remain strong.

We accept cattle on Thursdays from 8am to 8:30pm and starting Friday at 7:00am. We will be open for business every Friday. We will not shut down due to Corona Virus unless otherwise advised.

Any questions give us a call at 208-785-0500 or call Cole Erb at 208-680-1827.

Thought of the Week:

"There's nothing wrong with being old and there's nothing wrong with being poor. Just don't be both at the same time."

         - Rand Robison