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Feeder Steers and Heifers Mostly Steady, Steer Calves Steady, Heifer Calves Steady to Lower at Woodward Livestock

Fri, 09 Sep 2022 03:21:25 CDT

Feeder Steers and Heifers Mostly Steady, Steer Calves Steady, Heifer Calves Steady to Lower at Woodward Livestock Woodward Livestock Auction
Thu Sep 8, 2022

   

AUCTION
This Week            4,474
Last Reported     3,257
Last Year              3,606

Compared to last week: Feeder steers steady to 5.00 higher. Feeder heifers mostly steady. Steer calves mostly steady on the weaned calves except up to 10.00 lower on the unweaned fleshier calves. Heifer calves steady to 3.00 lower. Demand was moderate to active on the feeder cattle and moderate on the calves. Quality was average to attractive. Supply included: 100% Feeder Cattle (66% Steers, 31% Heifers, 3% Bulls). Feeder cattle supply over 600 lbs was 70%.

FEEDER CATTLE
STEERS - Medium and Large 1 (Per Cwt / Actual Wt)
Head       Wt Range       Avg Wt       Price Range       Avg Price
4               312-335            324       218.00-221.00        219.45 Unweaned
8               351-366            359       206.00-208.00        206.98
13            350-397             387       190.00-211.00        207.76 Unweaned

8              420-442             426       195.00-207.00        203.88
12            402-409             405       201.00-207.00        203.53 Unweaned
31            452-499             469       195.00-204.00        199.71
87            452-494             480       185.00-192.50        187.62 Unweaned

139          506-540             524       186.00-195.00        192.25
71            507-544             529       171.00-187.00        180.23 Unweaned
145          555-591             578       175.00-192.00        185.75
67            553-596             573       168.00-180.00        172.36 Unweaned

68            608-636             627       182.00-188.50        184.89
85            603-639             621       162.00-181.50        171.69 Unweaned
190          656-670             659       181.00-191.00        189.79
19             653-678            663        168.00-175.00       170.34 Unweaned

235          704-739             719       175.00-189.75        183.82
14             713-714            713       150.00-168.00        156.43 Unweaned
213          754-792             772       172.00-183.00        178.34
30               777                  777              154.50                154.50 Unweaned

221          811-825             821       170.00-187.50        178.10
162          860-898             888       169.00-178.00        172.19

146          913-931             918       163.00-175.35        168.31
235          952-999             967       163.00-171.25        167.48

45               1034               1034            161.25                161.25

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


03459_WoodwardLivestock_09092022.pdf
   

 

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