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Feeder Steers, Feeder Heifers, Steer Calves and Heifer Calves Lower at Oklahoma National on Monday

Tue, 28 Jan 2020 05:32:59 CST

Feeder Steers, Feeder Heifers, Steer Calves and Heifer Calves Lower at Oklahoma National on Monday
   

AUCTION

This Week           13,000
Last Reported      12,638
Last Year              10,629

*** Close ***

Compared to last week: Feeder steers 3.00-6.00 lower. Feeder heifers 4.00-7.00 lower. Steer calves 6.00-9.00 lower. Heifer calves 1.00-6.00 lower. Demand light to moderate for feeder cattle, moderate to good for grazing cattle. Quality average to attractive. Friday's Cattle on Feed report was right on with industry estimates and considered neutral. CME cattle futures trading much lower for Monday. Supply included: 100% Feeder Cattle (55% Steers, 44% Heifers, 1% Bulls). Feeder cattle supply over 600 lbs was 48%.

FEEDER CATTLE
STEERS - Medium and Large 1 (Per Cwt / Actual Wt)
Head     Wt Range     Avg Wt     Price Range     Avg Price
11              234              234           213.00            213.00

52         300-334           319      204.00-215.00      211.61
78         350-399           382     185.00-195.00       190.30
8              361               361           201.00             201.00 Thin Fleshed
5              357               357           206.00             206.00 Value Added

153      403-448           426      184.00-193.00      188.55
12           410               410            199.00             199.00 Thin Fleshed
67       420-437            434      175.00-180.00      178.78 Unweaned
252     453-494            472      172.00-183.50      177.61
40       451-476            458      186.00-194.00      190.78 Thin Fleshed

297     501-542            519      166.00-177.00      171.76
46       540-542            541      160.00-165.50      163.23 Fleshy
45       520-543            528      157.00-165.00      162.75 Unweaned
214     555-589            569      156.50-167.75      160.84
48       585-589            588      153.00-153.50      153.13 Fleshy
58       567-579            571      151.00-152.50      151.21 Unweaned
10          556                556            167.00             167.00 Value Added

511     601-647            626      142.00-153.75       147.67
36           638               638            137.50             137.50 Unweaned
297     655-699            669      140.00-146.00       141.62
19           697               697            135.00             135.00 Full
12           678               678            139.50             139.50 Unweaned

293    700-749            723       135.00-146.00       140.66
55          707               707             145.00              145.00 Value Added
269    755-798            772       135.00-144.50       139.48
12          785               785             140.25             140.25 Value Added

94      806-837            815        130.00-141.50       135.88
71      843-845            844              141.00             141.00 Value Added
357    851-890            868        126.00-137.00       133.10
52          867               867              141.00              141.00 Value Added

37     932-944             939        129.50-134.00       131.19
22     954-972             965        125.50-126.00       125.68

6        1057               1057              115.00              115.00 Fleshy
9        1118               1118              113.00              113.00

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


00017_OklahomaNationalFinal01282020.pdf
   

 

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