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Feeder Steers, Feeder Heifers, Steer Calves and Heifer Calves all Higher Monday at Oklahoma National

Tue, 02 Jul 2019 05:32:57 CDT

Feeder Steers, Feeder Heifers, Steer Calves and Heifer Calves all Higher Monday at Oklahoma National
   

AUCTION
This Week            5,500
Last Reported       7,121
Last Year              2,026

*** Close ***
Compared to last week: All classes of feeder cattle and calves lightly tested. Feeder steers 2.00-4.00 higher. Feeder heifers 1.00-3.00 higher. Steer calves 2.00-5.00 higher. Heifer calves steady to 2.00 higher. Short weaned or unweaned calves selling at a sharp decline from the weaned calves. Heat and high humidity limiting demand for those young unweaned calves. Demand good to very good for feeders and long weaned cattle. Quality plain to average, few attractive. A full week of no rain and warm sunny days has farmers very busy cutting wheat or hay. Supply included: 100% Feeder Cattle (51% Steers, 47% Heifers, 2% Bulls). Feeder cattle supply over 600 lbs was 70%.

FEEDER CATTLE
STEERS - Medium and Large 1 (Per Cwt / Actual Wt)
Head   Wt Range      Avg Wt      Price Range      Avg Price
7             348              348            191.00            191.00

11          417               417            186.50             186.50
81      466-484            476      169.50-186.50       179.52
17      495-499            498      157.00-159.00       157.58 Unweaned

16        514                514             166.00             166.00
54    552-588             560        149.00-166.00       157.88
12       585                 585              136.00             136.00 Unweaned

73   608-630              614       151.00-155.50        151.93
9     615-633              627       133.00-144.00        140.40 Unweaned
28   658-674              664       145.00-148.00        146.80
15   658-662              660       139.00-142.00        140.60 Unweaned

68   718-736             727       139.00-146.00        140.50
13      742                 742            131.00              131.00 Full
43   705-731             715       125.00-133.00        130.11 Unweaned
66   763-778             767       138.00-141.00        139.55
7       767                 767             131.00              131.00 Unweaned

107 808-832            820        134.00-135.75       134.73
136 865-880            873        126.00-132.00       129.71

169 901-937            922        122.00-127.50       126.73

56     1012              1012              123.00             123.00

14 1095 1095 111.00 111.00

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


04172_OklahomaNationalFinal07022019.pdf
   

 

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