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Slaughter Cows Sell 1.00 to 4.00 Higher, Bulls Mostly Steady to 2.00 Higher on Monday at OKC West

Mon, 07 Jan 2019 14:44:04 CST

Slaughter Cows Sell 1.00 to 4.00 Higher, Bulls Mostly Steady to 2.00 Higher on Monday at OKC West OKC West - El Reno Livestock Market, El Reno, OK.
Cow and Bull Auction Report for Mon 01/07/2019



Receipts: 304     Last Sale (12/17/18): 521     Last Year: 570



Compared to last sale (12/17/18): Slaughter cows sold 1.00-4.00 higher.
Slaughter bulls mostly steady to 2.00 higher. Packer demand good. Packers
look to fill their pen space as many sale barns begin to re-open after the
holidays. A total of 294 cows and bulls sold with 48 percent going to packers.



   Slaughter cows:
        Head %Lean    Weight    Average Dress   High Dress    Low Dress
Breakers 13 75-80% 1375-1825   50.00-56.50       58.00         48.00
Boners    45 80-85% 1075-1850   49.50-56.50       ------     43.50-48.50
Leans     49 85-90% 1000-1200   48.50-54.50    56.00-60.50   41.00-46.00
                                                     Very Low     35.50
Lights    19 85-90%   700-1000   47.00-51.00       ------        42.00
                                                     Very Low 31.00-35.00



   Slaughter Bulls:
            Head    Weight    Average Dress    High Dress      Low Dress
Y.G. 1-2     16    1300-2500   71.00-76.00       ------        65.00-70.00
                                                     Very Low 54.00-58.00



Estimated dressed cost at the OKC West Livestock Market: Lean cows
109.05; Boners 104.05; Breakers 103.00; Light Weight cows 93.35. Bulls
130.25.



Replacement Cows: Pre-tested for pregnancy, and age.
Medium and Large 1-2:
   Age         Weight       Months Bred    Quality            Price
1-2 yr old       900        5-7 months     avg quality            875.00
1-3 yr old     800-825      4-6 months     low-avg quality    560.00-625.00
5-6 yr old     925-1250     4-7 months     avg quality        800.00-950.00
5-8 yr old    1100-1250      4 months     avg thin           650.00-675.00



Pairs: Medium and Large 1-2: Not tested.



Source: USDA-OK Dept of Ag Market News Service





   

 

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