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Feeder Steers and Heifers Mostly Steady to $4.00 Higher at Oklahoma National on Monday

Tue, 23 Apr 2019 05:56:58 CDT

Feeder Steers and Heifers Mostly Steady to $4.00 Higher at Oklahoma National on Monday
   

AUCTION
This Week         7,600
Last Reported    5,697
Last Year            4,952

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Compared to last week: Feeder steers and heifers mostly steady to 4.00 higher. 500-600 lb. steer calves 1.00-2.00 lower, lightweights lightly tested with a much higher undertone noted. Heifer calves steady to 4.00 higher. Thin fleshed calves headed to grass sharply higher on limited sales. Demand good to very good especially for light weight grazing type cattle. Quality average to attractive. USDA's cattle on feed report Thursday displayed on-feed inventory two percent higher than last year and made it the highest April 1 inventory on record for the month of March since the report began. Many feedlots in the north starting to dry out and take in more inventory. May wheat run has begun as winter wheat pasture just beginning to play out. Several loads of wheat cattle included in today's receipts. Supply included: 100% Feeder Cattle (61% Steers, 38% Heifers, 1% Bulls). Feeder cattle supply over 600 lbs was 71%.

FEEDER CATTLE
STEERS - Medium and Large 1 (Per Cwt / Actual Wt)
Head     Wt Range      Avg Wt      Price Range        Avg Price
8              223               223             223.00                 223.00
20            286               286             223.00                 223.00

23          318-340         329          215.00-218.00         216.52
48          374-395         376          213.00-217.50         217.01
8            355-380         371          219.00-224.00         222.20 Thin Fleshed

60          405-433         418         196.00-213.00           204.70
18            411              411              218.00                   218.00 Thin Fleshed

107        511-541         523         181.00-185.00           182.66
5              541              541              176.00                  176.00 Unweaned
107       550-573          562         174.00-185.00           180.40
26         568-583          580         159.00-164.00           162.87 Unweaned

177      607-649           634         163.00-175.50           168.76
3             620               620               162.00                 162.00 Fleshy
5             609               609               160.00                 160.00 Unweaned
52        650-685           669         161.00-164.25           162.83
63        665-686           675         157.00-158.00           157.31 Fleshy

165      702-746           724         150.00-157.00           154.71
535      750-794           779         145.00-154.00           149.41

341       800-846          819         139.75-149.00           142.78
325       856-898          881         134.00-144.00           137.34

414       902-948          925         127.00-136.75           132.94
199       950-982          965         125.00-130.00           128.23

195     1015-1034      1025         122.00-124.75           123.60

For a complete market report from USDA Market News click on the PDF link below:


04586_OklahomaNationalFinal04222019.pdf
   

 

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