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Feeder Steers and Heifers Lower at Oklahoma City on Monday

Tue, 04 Jun 2019 06:03:24 CDT

Feeder Steers and Heifers Lower at Oklahoma City on Monday
   

AUCTION
This Week            10,600
Last Reported        7,611
Last Year             12,696

*** Close ***
Compared to two week's ago: Feeder steers 4.00-7.00 lower with instances of 9.00 lower. Feeder heifers 3.00-8.00 lower. Steer and heifer calves too lightly tested for an accurate market trend, however a much lower undertone is noted. Demand moderate. Quality plain to average. Severe thunderstorms along with flooding rainfall has plagued the trade area over the past few week. Sharp declines on both the CME Live and Feeder cattle contracts have buyers being very selective. Supply included: 100% Feeder Cattle (58% Steers, 0% Dairy Steers, 40% Heifers, 2% Bulls).Feeder cattle supply over 600 lbs was 75%.

FEEDER CATTLE
STEERS - Medium and Large 1 (Per Cwt / Actual Wt)
Head     Wt Range   Avg Wt     Price Range      Avg Price

7            346             346             176.00            176.00
397        397             397             173.00            173.00 Fleshy

17          414             414             175.50            175.50
3            420             420             164.00            164.00 Unweaned
22          414             414             178.00            178.00 Value Added
21       496-497         497         156.00-163.00     161.67
20         496             496             154.50             154.50 Fleshy

49      508-528         516          155.00-162.00     157.53
4           543             543             145.00             145.00 Unweaned
68      551-560         556          155.00-159.00     156.27
27      590-593         592             141.00             141.00 Unweaned

63      604-630         625          151.00-156.00     153.80
30      603-610         609          140.00-148.00     146.41 Unweaned
110    658-677         667          149.50-150.50     149.88
17         671            671               132.50            132.50 Unweaned

226    700-745        724          135.00-141.00      138.46
253    750-789        764          130.00-140.00      136.22
21         774           774                 129.00            29.00 Full
25         771           771                 125.00           125.00 Unweaned

220    800-848       824           122.75-131.00       127.95
229    850-895       871           115.00-126.00       121.56

498    909-947        931            114.00-123.75       119.53
4          941            941                 111.00              111.00 Full
335    956-980       969            114.00-121.25       117.96

93    1006-1038   1015           111.00-114.00        112.90
60    1059-1080   1075           105.00-108.75       107.55

60        1112        1112                107.75              107.75
15        1176        1176                109.00             109.00

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


00057_OklahomaNationalFinal06032019.pdf
   

 

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