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Breaker Cows 2.00 Higher, Boner and Lean Cows 2.00 Lower Monday at OKC West

Mon, 07 Oct 2019 16:48:51 CDT

Breaker Cows 2.00 Higher, Boner and Lean Cows 2.00 Lower Monday at OKC West OKC West Livestock Auction Slaughter/Replacement Cattle - El Reno, OK
Livestock Weighted Average Report for 10/7/2019 - Final

Total Receipts: 298
Compared to last week: Breaker cows 2.00 higher due to abundance of attractive cows this week in that category. Boner and Lean cows 2.00 lower. Slaughter bulls 2.00 higher. Demand mostly good. Quality average to attractive with a handful of attractive bred cows and pairs on offer.


SLAUGHTER CATTLE

COWS - Breaker 75-80% (Per Cwt / Actual Wt)
Head              Wt Range              Avg Wt             Price Range               Avg Price            Dressing
12                  1455-1720              1639               63.00-68.50                  66.60                 Average
12                  1530-1750              1605               67.00-72.50                  70.27                 High
2                         1433                    1433                     55.00                       55.00                 Low


COWS - Boner 80-85% (Per Cwt / Actual Wt)
Head               Wt Range              Avg Wt           Price Range                Avg Price            Dressing
16                   1070-1385              1252              55.00-61.00                   58.40                Average
1                          1225                    1225                   69.00                         69.00                High
20                   1045-1331              1243              47.00-55.00                   50.94                Low


COWS - Lean 85-90% (Per Cwt / Actual Wt)
Head            Wt Range                 Avg Wt               Price Range          Avg Price            Dressing
26                1133-1225                  1166                 55.00-62.00            57.68                 Average
2                    920-955                      938                  53.00-55.00            54.02                 Avg Lt Wt
47                1030-1385                  1174                 42.00-55.00            46.61                 Low
17                  920-998                      961                  42.50-49.00            45.30                 Low Lt Wt
2                   1020-1180                 1100                  35.50-39.50           37.35                 VEry Low
5                     865-985                      942                  29.00-40.00           34.79                 Very Low Lt Wt



BULLS - 1-2 (Per Cwt / Actual Wt)
Head          Wt Range               Avg Wt               Price Range            Avg Price            Dressing
10              1515-2295                1873                 80.50-87.00              83.74                 Average
11              1485-1735                1611                 71.00-79.00              75.27                 Low



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



04472_OKCWest10072019.pdf
   
   
   
Source: USDA AMS Livestock, Pouktry and Grain Market News


   

 

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