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Slaughter Cows Sold 3.00-5.00 Higher, Slaughter Bulls Steady on a Lighter Test Monday at OKC West

Mon, 30 Sep 2019 17:43:01 CDT

Slaughter Cows Sold 3.00-5.00 Higher, Slaughter Bulls Steady on a Lighter Test Monday at OKC West OKC West Livestock Auction Slaughter/Replacement Cattle - El Reno, OK
Livestock Weighted Average Report for 9/30/2019 - Final
Total Receipts: 374
Compared to last week: Slaughter cows 3.00-5.00 higher. Slaughter bulls steady on a lighter test. Demand good. Quality average.


SLAUGHTER CATTLE

COWS - Breaker 75-80% (Per Cwt / Actual Wt)
Head              Wt Range              Avg Wt             Price Range               Avg Price            Dressing
15                  1410-1665              1511               58.00-67.00                   63.97                 Average
4                    1465-1675              1536               69.00-69.50                   69.38                 High
3                    1465-1675              1393               56.00-57.50                   56.45                 Low


COWS - Boner 80-85% (Per Cwt / Actual Wt)
Head               Wt Range              Avg Wt           Price Range                Avg Price            Dressing
40                   1119-1485              1264              56.00-64.50                   58.64                Average
3                     1160-1415              1272              67.00-70.00                   68.11                High
21                   1105-1700              1443              52.00-55.00                   53.44                Low
1                          1360                   1360                    49.00                         49.00                Very Low


COWS - Lean 85-90% (Per Cwt / Actual Wt)
Head            Wt Range                 Avg Wt               Price Range          Avg Price            Dressing
52                1055-1365                  1150                 54.50-63.50            59.51                 Average
10                  895-995                      956                  53.00-57.00            55.72                Avg Lt Wt
6                       1248                        1248                       65.00                 65.00                High
70                1015-1463                  1143                 44.00-54.00            50.31                Low
7                    790-965                      873                  43.00-50.50            45.57                Low Lt Wt
5                       1113                       1113                        42.50                 42.50                Very Low
8                    805-995                      872                  31.00-41.00            37.07                Very Low Lt Wt



BULLS - 1-2 (Per Cwt / Actual Wt)
Head          Wt Range               Avg Wt               Price Range            Avg Price            Dressing
6                1695-2235                1946                 79.00-87.00              85.30                 Average
4                1335-1775                1516                 65.00-76.00              70.46                 Low



Review the complete sale report, by clicking on the link below.



05019_OKCWest09302019.pdf
   
   

Source: USDA AMS Livestock, Pouktry and Grain Market News


   

 

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