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Feeder Steers and Heifers Steady to Lower, Steer and Heifer Calves Mixed at Oklahoma National Stockyards on Monday

Tue, 19 Jan 2021 04:59:58 CST

 Feeder Steers and Heifers Steady to Lower,  Steer and Heifer Calves Mixed at Oklahoma National Stockyards on Monday Oklahoma National Stockyards


     

AUCTION
This Week                17,500
Last Reported          10,752
Last Year                  12,638

*** Close ***
Compared to last week: Feeder steers and heifers steady to 4.00 lower with most declines being seen on plainer type cattle. Steer and heifer calves under 500 lbs 2.00-6.00 higher; over 500 lbs steady to 2.00 lower. Demand to moderate to good for all classes , especially for 4 weight and under steers. Quality average to attractive. Commodity boards closed today for the Holiday. Last week slaughter cattle trade was lower as beef prices moved higher. Much of the state has dried up some after the New Year snow and temps are more normal, however cattle continue to carry a fair amount of mud Supply included: 100% Feeder Cattle (63% Steers, 36% Heifers, 1% Bulls). Feeder cattle supply over 600 lbs was 56%.

FEEDER CATTLE
STEERS - Medium and Large 1 (Per Cwt / Actual Wt)
Head       Wt Range       Avg Wt       Price Range        Avg Price
57             317-347          330        194.00-206.00        199.53
40                 390              390             181.00                181.00

263           400-449          426         180.00-198.00       188.52
21                 420              420               204.00              204.00 Thin Fleshed
51             435-446          444         168.00-176.00       174.31 Unweaned
600           458-495          481         161.00-184.00       175.09
34             458-469          465         189.00-191.00       190.25 Thin Fleshed

541           505-549          531         152.50-177.00       165.33
60             503-508          505         186.00-189.00       187.59 Thin Fleshed
585           552-599          571         150.00-167.00       160.31
35                 557              557               171.00              171.00 Thin Fleshed
48             553-590          565         143.00-149.00       148.02 Unweaned

673          601-649           628         141.00-152.00       146.01
63            614-636           620         139.00-141.00       140.63 Fleshy
42            602-626           609         155.00-159.00       157.73 Thin Fleshed
741          652-692           673         133.50-145.00       139.17
56            667-690           672         125.00-129.00       125.81 Unweaned

604         701-747           727          131.00-142.25       136.50
96           705-746           719          123.00-127.00       126.42 Fleshy
27           731-746           741          126.00-130.00       127.99 Unweaned
570         750-794           774          128.00-138.25       132.72
55           768-775           772                127.00              127.00 Fleshy

615         800-838           818          127.75-140.00       132.33
78           804-811           805                124.00              124.00 Fleshy
211         852-892           872          123.75-133.50       128.73
144         850-889           872          124.00-126.50       125.76 Fleshy

189         900-943           923          115.00-124.00       122.79
68           964-991           985          123.00-125.00       123.40

19             1087              1087              116.75               116.75

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


00436_OklahomaNationalFinal_01192021.pdf

 

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