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From the Ipswich Tribune

January 10, 1929 edition


The shipment of cattle by the Ipswich Livestock Shipping Association last Saturday sold better than any shipment selling the past two or three weeks, as the runs had been heavy just before the holidays.

The heifers sold from $8 to $11.25 for one bunch; the cows $6.50 to $8.75. There were odd lots of cows at $8.75. Steers, light stockers $8.75 to $9.25. Will Engle shipped a bull which weighed 1755 lbs., sold for $9.50, a total $166.72. This animal brought more money that any other animal shipped from Ipswich in the past...

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