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Feeder Steers, Steer Calves Steady to Higher, Feeder Heifers Unevenly Steady at Oklahoma National on Monday

Tue, 01 Oct 2019 06:19:04 CDT

Feeder Steers, Steer Calves Steady to Higher, Feeder Heifers Unevenly Steady at Oklahoma National on Monday
   

AUCTION
This Week         6,900
Last Reported    6,295
Last Year           9,614

*** Close***
Compared to last week: Feeder steers steady to 3.00 higher. Feeder heifers traded unevenly steady. Steer calves 500-600 lbs. steady to 2.00 higher, lighter weights not tested. Heifer calves not well tested. Quality plain to average. Demand moderate to good for feeder cattle moderate for calves. Demand limited for short weaned or un-weaned calves. Temperatures remain very warm for the last day of September but a cold front is in the forecast for late in the week. Farmers continue to plant wheat pasture while some wheat is already up. Supply included: 100% Feeder Cattle (58% Steers, 39% Heifers, 3% Bulls). Feeder cattle supply over 600 lbs was 69%.

FEEDER CATTLE
STEERS - Medium and Large 1 (Per Cwt / Actual Wt)
Head        Wt Range    Avg Wt      Price Range       Avg Price
9                 323             323              182.00            182.00
12               386             386              167.00            167.00

47          403-431           417        169.00-175.50       171.04
4               426              426               164.00            164.00 Unweaned
10             493              493               157.00            157.00

156       503-529           518        147.50-161.00        153.81
14            538              538             142.50               142.50 Fleshy
14        527-537           531             148.00-149.00    148.36 Unweaned
37        556-591           571        148.00-152.00         150.39
44        570-598           584        138.00-147.00         142.21 Unweaned

187     600-649           612         147.00-157.50         154.01
8            606              606              159.50                159.50 Thin Fleshed
9        605-623           613          130.00-135.00         132.74 Unweaned
146    653-696           672          146.00-153.00         149.25
20         689               689              144.00                144.00 Full
19      670-674           672          127.00-138.00         131.65 Unweaned

395    700-747          722            140.00-152.00         148.57
23         707              707               153.00                 153.00 Thin Fleshed
174    756-795          773            143.00-149.25         146.44
17         765              765               137.00                 137.00 Unweaned

233    802-848           819           138.25-145.00         140.25
225    850-884           867           131.00-143.00         138.46
5           880              880                120.00                120.00 Fleshy

53      914-918          915             131.00-136.50        133.52
6           926              926                  120.00              120.00 Fleshy
73      956-968          962             129.50-131.00        130.31

49     1008-1037      1027            123.50-124.50         124.16

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


04310_OklahomaNationalFinal10012019.pdf
   

 

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