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Cattle Steady to Higher at Joplin Regional Stockyards on Monday

Tue, 21 Apr 2020 05:42:46 CDT

Cattle Steady to Higher at Joplin Regional Stockyards on Monday    

AUCTION
This Week            5,097
Last Reported      3,084
Last Year              5,243

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Compared to last week, steers under 550 lbs and over 700 lbs steady to 3.00 higher, 550 to 700 lbs steers steady, heifer calves and yearling heifers steady, except a two load lot of replacement quality 800 lb heifers sharply higher . Demand moderate to good, supply moderate. Live Cattle Feeder Cattle futures closed lower. Supply included: 100% Feeder Cattle (57% Steers, 38% Heifers, 6% Bulls). Feeder cattle supply over 600 lbs was 44%.

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

6                  290                    290                   195.00                 195.00

18           305-348                 329             170.00-199.00          183.87
30           371-395                 386             170.00-176.00          173.16

140         401-448                 427             159.00-176.00          167.15
6                 423                     423                  155.00                  155.00 Unweaned
146         453-497                 483             157.50-170.00          163.82
92           455-496                 477             151.00-162.00          156.55 Unweaned

104         502-549                 518             150.00-170.00          160.61
42           507-536                 519             140.00-156.00          149.98 Unweaned
145         565-598                 581             140.00-154.00          144.02
49           561-599                 578             133.00-142.00          136.19 Unweaned

106         602-646                 630              134.00-142.00          139.59
18           603-630                 615              130.00-137.00          133.39 Unweaned
139         650-697                 675              130.00-140.00          136.71
14           650-659                 653              133.00-134.00          133.64 Fleshy

126         707-747                 725              122.50-133.75           126.92
7                 727                     727                   121.50                   121.50 Fleshy
342         750-796                 770              117.00-128.50           124.69

33           827-839                 829              111.00-115.00            113.18
31           864-867                 865              110.50-114.00            112.08

18              947                      947                   101.50                    101.50

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


00140_JoplinFinal02142020.pdf
   

 

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