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

Tue, 10 Nov 2020 05:16:49 CST

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

   

AUCTION
This Week              11,300
Last Reported         2,661
Last Year                  8,206

*** Close ***
Compared to last week's light test: Feeder steers 5.00-8.00 higher, Feeder heifers steady to 5.00 higher than last week's limited offerings. Steer and heifer calves 4.00-10.00 higher. Demand good for feeder cattle, especially heavier weights. Grain prices have slowly moved higher making cost of gains higher, thus buyers more interested in buying the heavier weight cattle. Demand very good for calves. Rainfall from two week's ago followed by fall sunshine has improved wheat pastures greatly and some producers beginning to turn cattle out on wheat. Quality average to attractive, end plain. Supply included: 100% Feeder Cattle (53% Steers, 45% Heifers, 0% Cows, 2% 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
6                  293                293            192.50             192.50
5                  251                251            202.00             202.00 Unweaned

7                  342                342            203.00             203.00
30               345                 345            205.00             205.00 Thin Fleshed
103         353-393            381     183.00-199.00      189.23

170         404-443            426     170.00-186.00      179.90
8                 434                 434           193.00              193.00 Fancy
44               411                411            194.00             194.00 Thin Fleshed
30           409-426            421      170.00-175.00     171.80 Unweaned
278         450-497            479      160.00-177.00     165.46
23               462                462            182.00              182.00 Thin Fleshed
10               495                495            151.00              151.00 Unweaned

376        503-549            529        151.00-165.00     157.74
26              501                 501              165.00             165.00 Thin Fleshed
11              522                 522              154.00             154.00 Unweaned
174        555-586            576        146.00-160.00     150.50
120        562-594            581        134.00-158.00     145.12 Unweaned

141        604-643           615         138.50-146.50      142.04
112        609-649           636         127.00-139.50      132.19 Unweaned
271        652-696           676         138.00-145.00      142.21
157        650-694           675         127.00-137.50      132.52 Unweaned

128        715-740           727         134.00-143.00       140.59
49          703-734           711          120.00-134.50      129.06 Fleshy
15          707-708           707          129.50-130.00      129.80 Unweaned
138        750-773           761          136.50-145.50      138.45

140        800-845           830         135.00-144.50        138.30
16               832               832              135.00                 135.00 Fleshy
20           856-895           879         136.00-140.00       137.56

124        919-930           920          137.00-139.50       139.32
6                 953               953               134.00                134.00

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


00267_OklahomaNationalFinal_11102020.pdf
   

 

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