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Feeder Steer Steady, Feeders Heifers, Steer Calves and Heifer Calves Higher at Oklahoma National on Monday

Tue, 29 Oct 2019 06:20:31 CDT

Feeder Steer Steady, Feeders Heifers, Steer Calves and Heifer Calves Higher at Oklahoma National  on Monday    

AUCTION
This Week         7,100   
Last Reported    9,984
Last Year          11,636

***Close ***
Compared to last week: Feeder steers 600-800 lbs. steady to 2.00 lower, heavier weights 2.00 higher. Feeder heifers 1.00-5.00 higher.   Demand good for heavier weight feeder cattle that will finish in April; moderate for others. Steer calves 500-600 lbs. 3.00-9.00 higher, lighter weights not well tested. Heifer calves 10.00-11.00 higher. Un-weaned calves sold mostly steady. Demand light to moderate for calves weaned less than 60 days, good to very good for long weaned calves. Cold front came thru the state late last week dumping several inches of rain in the east and snow in the north west. More cold weather is in store for this coming week with the first hard freeze expected on Thursday morning. Quality plain to average, few attractive. Supply included: 100% Feeder Cattle (55% Steers, 43% Heifers, 2% Bulls). Feeder cattle supply over 600 lbs was 55%.

FEEDER CATTLE
STEERS - Medium and Large 1 (Per Cwt / Actual Wt)
Head     Wt Range      Avg Wt       Price Range        Avg Price
17          272-277           273        178.00-187.00         184.32

31          311-349           318        178.00-179.00         178.21
44             349               349              193.00              193.00 Fancy
28          351-390           363        169.00-178.00         173.45

54         412-438            427        167.00-174.00         172.02
31           441                 441              174.00              174.00 Value Added
29         455-482            466         160.00-171.00        166.81
141       478-492            488         171.00-175.50        174.19 Fancy

130       500-545            525         156.00-167.00        164.28
21         505-530            516              169.00              169.00 Thin Fleshed
31         511-543            523         143.00-157.00        147.70 Unweaned
327       550-599            573         148.50-161.00        153.08
15         580-599            591         141.00-143.00        142.22 Unweaned

40        606-644            627          142.00-149.50        146.45
12           631                631               144.00              144.00 Fleshy
36        607-637            619          136.50-144.00        139.12 Unweaned
297      650-699            677          141.00-147.00        145.44
57        659-692            681          130.00-142.00        137.92 Unweaned

212      707-749           728           144.00-149.00        147.45
14           720               720                 142.00              142.00 Fleshy
14           745               745                 142.00              142.00 Full
203      753-799           773            144.00-147.75        146.33

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


04981_OklahomaNationalFinal10292019.pdf
   

 

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