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Feeder Steers and Heifers Lower, Steer Calves Lower at Oklahoma National on Monday

Tue, 07 May 2019 05:50:54 CDT

Feeder Steers and Heifers Lower,  Steer Calves Lower at Oklahoma National on Monday Oklahoma National Stockyards Close

   

AUCTION
This Week          5,000
Last Reported     9,687
Last Year             8,525

***Close ***
Compared to last week: Feeder steers steady to 4.00 lower. Feeder heifers 1.00-3.00 lower. Steer calves 2.00 lower. Heifer calves mostly steady, instances 2.00 higher. Demand moderate to good. Quality average. More unweaned calves showing up and these selling to limited demand. Heavy rainfall and sharp declines on both the CME Live and Feeder cattle contracts had sellers either unable to get cattle out or were reluctant of the market. Supply included: 100% Feeder Cattle (49% Steers, 50% Heifers, 1% Bulls). Feeder cattle supply over 600 lbs was 72%.

FEEDER CATTLE
STEERS - Medium and Large 1 (Per Cwt / Actual Wt)
Head     Wt Range    Avg Wt    Price Range        Avg Price
7            358-381       371        186.00-188.00       186.83
5                357          357             182.00               182.00 Fleshy

89         412-440       423         184.00-188.00       184.94
19         460-499       474         176.00-184.00       180.90

78         513-536      526          171.00-177.50       173.08
5              515          515                164.50              164.50 Unweaned
37         561-597      585          163.50-168.00       166.09
18            583          583              154.00                154.00 Full
10            587          587              160.00                160.00 Unweaned
26            569          569              176.00                176.00 Value Added

91        611-643      629           159.00-169.00        163.91
29        614-630      626           171.00-171.50        171.12 Thin Fleshed
4             638          638               146.00                146.00 Unweaned
77        666-692      672           151.00-166.50        157.85

159      720-749      732           139.00-152.00        146.89
8              749         749               135.00                 135.00 Fleshy
180      763-786      773           137.25-147.00        141.34
6              754         754               135.00                 135.00 Fleshy

130     802-845       834          130.50-139.75         134.35
27           841          841               127.00                 127.00 Fleshy
76       850-880       867          127.50-133.50         129.95
11           885           885              122.00                 122.00 Fleshy
99      902-949        925         118.00-128.50           124.04
33          926           926              121.00                  121.00 Full
114    970-996        989         116.00-122.50           119.01

7          1024         1024             116.50                   116.50
62        1070         1070             115.00                   115.00 Fleshy
39        1064         1064             113.50                   113.50 Full

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


01498_OklahomaNationalFinal05062019.pdf
   

 

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