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Feeder Steers Mostly Steady, Feeder Heifers Steady to Higher, Steer Calves Lower, Heifer Calves Unevenly Steady to Oklahoma National Stockyards

Tue, 13 Sep 2022 03:11:16 CDT

Feeder Steers Mostly Steady, Feeder Heifers Steady to Higher, Steer Calves Lower, Heifer Calves Unevenly Steady to Oklahoma National Stockyards Oklahoma National Stockyards
Mon Sep 12, 2022

   

AUCTION
This Week             10,600
Last Reported        7,954
Last Year               8,759

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Compared to two weeks ago: Feeder steers mostly steady. Steer calves 4.00-8.00 lower. Feeder heifers steady to 2.00 higher. Heifer calves unevenly steady. Demand very good for feeder cattle and long weaned calves; moderate for others. Large run today despite many farmers busy in the field planting wheat. It feels like October outside, but not talking about the weather. Several un-weaned , bawling calves available. A small stint of fall like weather moved in over the weekend bringing some light moisture to the northwestern part of the state. Supply included: 100% Feeder Cattle (60% Steers, 35% Heifers, 4% Bulls). Feeder cattle supply over 600 lbs was 42%.

FEEDER CATTLE
STEERS - Medium and Large 1 (Per Cwt / Actual Wt)
Head       Wt Range       Avg Wt       Price Range       Avg Price
10                319                319              207.00              207.00
21                349                349              190.00              190.00 Unweaned
52            350-383            370       204.00-221.00       214.80
25            384-391           388        193.00-199.00      197.63 Unweaned

188         404-448            428        208.00-224.00      213.24
33           410-417            415               185.00              185.00 Unweaned
203         450-488            469        203.00-213.00      207.84
77           461-493            478        186.00-195.00      190.09 Unweaned

292         506-545            520        188.00-204.00      197.47
14               537                 537              208.00              208.00 Thin Fleshed
39           527-547            545        170.00-180.00       172.24 Unweaned
215         558-598            581        178.00-190.00       181.26
5                  590                590              175.00               175.00 Full
115         570-582            581        205.00-211.00       210.49 Thin Fleshed
87           570-582            579        174.50-175.50       175.23 Unweaned

179         619-645            629        185.00-198.00       191.87
484        654-699             687        174.00-189.00       182.17
20              678                  678              168.00               168.00 Unweaned

167        701-745             724        176.00-181.00       178.64
185        759-788             779        174.00-183.00       180.35

146        807-845             834        167.00-180.50        173.01

83               901                 901              160.00               160.00
4                 999                 999              159.50               159.50

145           1001               1001             157.00               157.00

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


03542_OklahomaNational09132022.pdf
   

 

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