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Slaughter Cows Trade Mostly Steady-1.00 Higher, Bulls Steady-2.00 Lower on Monday at OKC West

Mon, 11 Mar 2019 16:00:50 CDT

Slaughter Cows Trade Mostly Steady-1.00 Higher, Bulls Steady-2.00 Lower on Monday at OKC West OKC West - El Reno Livestock Market, El Reno, OK.
Cow and Bull Auction Report for Mon 03/11/2019


Receipts: 471        Last Week: 109      Last Year: 427


Compared to last reported sale (02/25/19): Slaughter cows mostly steady to
1.00 higher. Slaughter bulls steady to 2.00 lower. Demand good. A total of
468 cows and bulls sold with 53 percent going to packers.


Slaughter cows:
        Head %Lean    Weight    Average Dress   High Dress    Low Dress
Breakers 28 75-80% 1375-1825   62.00-67.00       68.00      57.00-61.00
Boners    44 80-85% 1075-1850   60.00-66.00    67.00-68.50   54.00-60.00
Leans    118 85-90% 1000-1200   59.00-65.50    66.00-72.00   51.00-58.00
                                                     Very Low 44.00-50.00
Lights    32 85-90%   700-1000   57.00-59.00       64.00      47.50-54.50
                                                       Very Low   40.00


Dairy Slaughter Cows
          Head %Lean    Weight     Average Dress High Dress   Low Dress
Breakers    0   75-80% 1750-1800       -----         -----        ------
Boners     11   80-85% 1475-1550       -----         -----     48.00-52.00
Lean        9   85-90% 1075-1350       55.00         -----     46.00-51.00
                                                     Very Low   40.00-43.00
Light       5   85-90%   875-900        -----         -----        45.00
                                                     Very Low      40.00


Slaughter Bulls:
            Head    Weight    Average Dress    High Dress      Low Dress
Y.G. 1-2     38    1300-2500   85.00-91.00     97.00-100.00    76.00-84.50
                                                     Very Low 69.00-70.00


Estimated dressed cost at the OKC West Livestock Market: Lean cows
131.25; Boners 126.85; Breakers 120.65; Light Weight cows 120.15. Bulls
156.75.


Replacement Cows: Pre-tested for pregnancy, and age.
Medium and Large 1-2:
   Age         Weight      Months Bred    Quality            Price
1-4 yr old   1125-1300     6-8 months     avg-hi quality   1150.00-1325.00
1-4 yr old    800-1175     4-7 months     avg quality       850.00-1125.00
5-6 yr old   1275-1350     7-8 months     avg-hi quality   1250.00-1300.00
5-6 yr old   1200-1300     4-8 months     avg quality      1025.00-1075.00
7 yr old      1450        6 months     avg-hi quality       1200.00
7-10yr old    850-1350     5-8 months     avg quality       750.00-925.00


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



Source: USDA-OK Dept of Ag Market News Service





   

 

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