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Feeder Steers Steady, Feeder Heifers Mostly Lower, Steer Calves Unevely Steady and Heifer Calves Higher at Woodward Livestock on Thursday

Fri, 17 Jan 2020 05:39:29 CST

Feeder Steers Steady, Feeder Heifers Mostly Lower, Steer Calves Unevely Steady and Heifer Calves Higher at Woodward Livestock on Thursday
   

AUCTION
This Week             5,156
Last Reported        7,652
Last Year               4,220

Compared to last week: Feeder steers sold steady to 4.00 lower. Feeder heifers 1.00-3.00 lower with exception to 750-800 lbs. which sold 3.00 higher. Steer calves sold unevenly steady. Heifer calves 1.00-4.00 higher. Demand good for weaned and un-weaned calves, moderate to good for feeders. Quality average to attractive with a abundance of home raised, attractive yearlings on offer. CME cattle futures closed slightly lower today. Reports of icy roads and temps in the 30's limited receipts some. Supply included: 100% Feeder Cattle (52% Steers, 46% Heifers, 2% Bulls). Feeder cattle supply over 600 lbs was 64%.

FEEDER CATTLE
STEERS - Medium and Large 1 (Per Cwt / Actual Wt)
Head       Wt Range       Avg Wt       Price Range      Avg Price
4                330                330                214.00             214.00
17          370-386             384          198.00-207.00      205.04
12             351                 351                195.00            195.00 Unweaned

4              440                 440                 195.00            195.00
12            445                 445                 174.00            174.00 Unweaned
48        460-483              468           173.00-189.00      182.82
28       467-498               494           170.00-177.00      175.40 Unweaned

48       503-544               525           169.00-178.50      173.45
22           508                  508                 183.00             183.00 Thin Fleshed
17           525                  525                 157.50             157.50 Unweaned
301     550-597               579            155.00-165.00      159.53
5             596                  596                 151.00             151.00 Fleshy

127     604-633               617            148.00-158.00     151.52
70       606-609               607            138.00-153.00     143.84 Unweaned
282     652-698               668            141.00-153.00     148.23
130     652-664               663            136.00-142.00     139.81 Unweaned

235     708-743              729             139.00-145.50      142.58
14       733-738              735                   136.00            136.00 Fleshy
8            704                  704                    137.00           137.00 Unweaned
208     752-791              770             138.00-144.50      140.79
13       760-782              772             137.50-138.00      137.77 Fleshy

117     808-849              824             138.00-147.00      143.21
19          830                  830                   134.50             134.50 Fleshy

33      907-944               934             137.00-141.50       138.55
3           940                   940                  130.50              130.50 Fleshy
4           936                   936                  136.00              136.00 Full
3           950                   950                  127.00              127.00 Fleshy

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


05289_WoodwardFinal01172020.pdf
   

 

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