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Slaughter Cows Sell Mostly Steady to 3.00 Lower Monday at OKC West Livestock Auction in El Reno

Mon, 14 Aug 2017 14:50:18 CDT

Slaughter Cows Sell Mostly Steady to 3.00 Lower Monday at OKC West Livestock Auction in El Reno OKC West - El Reno Livestock Market, El Reno, OK.
Cow and Bull Auction Report for Mon 08/14/2017



Receipts: 424        Last Week: 438     Last Year: 446



   Compared to last week: Slaughter cows sold mostly steady to 3.00 lower.
Slaughter bulls 1.00-2.00 lower. Packer demand moderate to good. A total
of 374 cows and bulls sold with 51 percent going to packers.



   Slaughter cows:


         Head %Lean    Weight    Average Dress   High Dress    Low Dress
Breakers 106   75-80% 1150-1750 68.00-73.00        74.00      61.00-67.25
Boners    28   80-85% 1100-1525 69.00-74.00     75.00-78.00   62.00-68.00
Lean      35   85-90% 1000-1375 68.00-73.00     73.50-76.00   61.00-67.75
Light     07   85-90%   750-1000     67.00           72.00      64.00-65.00
                                                      Very Low 51.00-59.00


   Slaughter Bulls:


           Head   Weight       Average Dress     High Dress     Low Dress
Y.G. 1-2    16   1300-2175      90.00-95.00      97.00-97.50    84.50-87.00
                                                      Very Low 72.00-78.50



   The estimated dressed cost at the OKC West Livestock Market: Lean
cows 151.50; Boners 147.40; Breakers 132.30. Light weight cows 142.65.
Bulls 167.50.



   Replacement Cows: Pre-tested for pregnancy, and age.
Medium and Large 1-2:


   Age          Weight      Months Bred    Quality            Price
1-4 yr old     900-1250     4-8 months     avg quality      1150.00-1375.00
1-5 yr old    1075-1425     5-8 months     hi quality      1450.00-1650.00
5-7 yr old    1000-1350     3-7 months     avg quality      1085.00-1250.00
7-9 yr old    1225-1400     5-8 months     avg quality       925.00-1050.00



   Pairs: Medium and Large 1-2:
   Age        Cow Weight    Calf Weight    Quality            Price
4 yr old       950           100         low-avg quality      1275.00
5 yr old    1250-1275       75-150       avg-hi quality   1400.00-1600.00



Source: USDA-OK Dept of Ag Market News Service




   

 

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