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Slaughter Cows and Bulls Sell Steady to 2.00 Lower Monday at OKC West Livestock Auction

Mon, 16 Oct 2017 16:49:03 CDT

Slaughter Cows and Bulls Sell Steady to 2.00 Lower Monday at OKC West Livestock Auction OKC West - El Reno Livestock Market, El Reno, OK.
Cow and Bull Auction Report for Mon 10/16/2017



Receipts: 574         Last: 414        Last Year: 480




   Compared to last week: Slaughter cows sold unevenly steady. Slaughter
bulls 2.00 lower. Packer demand moderate to good. A total of 472 cows and
bulls sold with 46 percent going to packers.




   Slaughter cows:
         Head %Lean    Weight    Average Dress   High Dress    Low Dress
Breakers 28   75-80% 1250-1875 58.50-62.00     63.50-64.50   54.50-58.00
Boners    17   80-85% 1175-1500 58.00-62.00        65.00      50.00-57.00
Lean     124   85-90% 1000-1375 56.50-61.00        63.00      50.50-55.00
                                                      Very Low 43.00-50.00
Light     24   85-90%   700-1000      55.00         ------      45.00-52.00
                                                      Very Low 41.00-43.00




   Slaughter Bulls:
           Head   Weight       Average Dress     High Dress     Low Dress
Y.G. 1-2    23   1300-2200      79.50-82.50      87.00-87.50   73.00-78.00
                                                     Very Low 65.00-70.00




   The estimated dressed cost at the OKC West Livestock Market: Lean
cows 124.75; Boners 120.80; Breakers 115.95. Light weight cows 112.00.
Bulls 146.85.




   Replacement Cows: Pre-tested for pregnancy, and age.
Medium and Large 1-2:
   Age          Weight      Months Bred    Quality            Price
2-3 yr old    1050-1100     5-6 months     avg black       1100.00-1250.00
1-4 yr old     750-1100     3-8 months     avg quality      750.00-1000.00
5-6 yr old     950-1300     2-5 months     avg quality      850.00-950.00
7-8 yr old    1000-1400     3-7 months     avg quality      735.00-1100.00
9-10yr old    1075-1325     4-7 months     avg quality      700.00-825.00




   Pairs: Medium and Large 1-2:
   Age        Cow Weight    Calf Weight    Quality            Price
5-6 yr old    1275-1300       50-125       avg quality      1325.00-1375.00




Source: USDA-OK Dept of Ag Market News Service




   

 

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