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Feeder Steers Steady to Lower, Feeder Heifers, Steer Calves and Heifer Calves Mostly Higher

Tue, 11 Feb 2020 06:02:59 CST

Feeder Steers Steady to Lower, Feeder Heifers, Steer Calves and Heifer Calves Mostly Higher    

AUCTION
This Week           7,650
Last Reported      6,492
Last Year             6,378

*** Close ***
Compared to last week: Feeder steers trading steady to 4.00 lower. Feeder heifers steady to 4.00 higher. Steer calves steady to 6.00 higher on a light test. Heifer calves 1.00-6.00 higher. Demand moderate to good, especially good for those suitable for grazing. Quality plain to average with a few attractive. Winter weather has finally arrived bringing colder temps and more seasonable weather. Supply included:100% Feeder Cattle (55% Steers, 42% Heifers, 2% Bulls). Feeder cattle supply over 600 lbs was 59%.

FEEDER CATTLE
STEERS - Medium and Large 1 (Per Cwt / Actual Wt)
Head      Wt Range      Avg Wt       Price Range       Avg Price
8                 326               326              213.00             213.00
7                 349               349              216.00             216.00 Value Added
3                 385               385              218.00             218.00 Value Added

16           432-437           435        187.00-194.00       191.18
12               419              419              201.00              201.00 Fancy
24           409-419           413        210.00-214.00       212.31 Thin Fleshed
17               421              421              209.00              209.00 Value Added
84            471-498          485        184.00-189.00       187.61
4                  459             459              204.00              204.00 Thin Fleshed

138         512-548           534        170.00-181.00       175.99
6                 509              509              185.00              185.00 Fancy
35           502-513           507        186.00-187.00       186.14 Thin Fleshed
69           504-539           523        182.50-189.00       186.14 Value Added
212         551-599           581        157.50-169.00       163.42
29              578               578               158.00             158.00 Fleshy
52           555-566           560        174.75-178.50       176.73 Thin Fleshed
8                569               569               175.50             175.50 Value Added

212        615-648           638         147.00-157.50       153.27
37          618-640           633         158.00-164.00       159.90 Thin Fleshed
11              607              607                162.00             162.00 Value Added
193        650-698           669         141.00-155.00       147.33
9                680              680               135.00              135.00 Fleshy
18              676              676               150.00              150.00 Value Added

268       700-749            723         136.50-144.00        139.12
19             700               700               151.00               151.00 Fancy
219       750-790            765         131.00-138.00        135.12
98         765-775            769         145.50-149.00        146.80 Fancy

140       806-833            817         134.00-145.50        141.47
341       859-888            871         127.00-134.75        130.70

179       909-924            921         125.00-131.00        127.36
67         950-985            961         126.00-133.00        130.65

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


00038_OklahomaNationalFinal02102020.pdf
   

 

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