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Tue, 27 Oct 2015 11:14:19 CDT

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Feeder Cattle Weighted Average Report for 10/19/2015

Receipts this Week: 11,068   Last Week: 7,936   Last Year: 11,782

Compared to last week: Feeder steers and heifers 2.00-5.00 higher. Steer and heifer calves lightly tested and few sales are steady. Demand is good for all classes. Markets improved last week as cattle futures rose and slaughter cattle prices moved sharply higher late last Friday. Weather remains very dry in Central Oklahoma but rain is in the extended forecast. Feeder cattle in medium to fleshy conditions with average to full weigh-ups. Supply very unusual of a fall run with more feeder cattle than calves included. Supply included 68 percent over 600 lbs. and 36 percent heifers.
   Slaughter cows 1.00-3.00 lower. Slaughter bulls 2.00-3.00 lower. Packer demand moderate. Total of 643 cows and bulls sold with 30 percent going to slaughter.

   Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1: Calves 350-400 lbs (373 lbs) 243.00-271.00 (259.29); 400-450 lbs (428 lbs) 229.00-239.00 (237.30); 450-500 lbs (477 lbs) 214.00-239.00 (222.53); 500-550 lbs (524 lbs) 200.00-222.00 (213.88); 550-600 lbs (564 lbs) 199.00-213.50 (209.69); 600-650 lbs (619 lbs) 185.00-196.00 (190.48); 650-700 lbs (680 lbs) 180.00-191.00 (185.62);700-750 lbs (729 lbs) 177.00-188.00 (182.98);
Yearlings: 600-650 lbs (6267 lbs) 198.50-208.50 (201.64); 650-700 lbs (669 lbs) 194.00-207.50 (201.45); 700-750 lbs (729 lbs) 189.00-199.50 (196.81); 750-800 lbs (771 lbs) 192.50-200.50 (196.14); 800-850 lbs (832 lbs) 185.00-196.75 (191.72); 850-900 lbs (867 lbs) 180.00-190.00 (184.81); 900-950 lbs (928 lbs) 173.00-179.00 (175.87); 950-975 lbs (957 lbs) 168.75-172.50 (169.30); 1000-1050 lbs (1023 lbs) 160.75-169.00 (165.86); 1050 lbs 165.00.

   Holsteins Large 3: 525 lbs 166.00; 626 lbs 166.00; 998 lbs 136.00.

   Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1: Calves 325-350 lbs (309 lbs) 223.00-228.00 (226.32); 350-400 lbs (378 lbs) 213.00-219.00 (214.38); 400-450 lbs (437 lbs) 202.00-204.00 (202.97); 450-500 lbs (471 lbs) 189.50-204.50 (196.13); 500-550 lbs (519 lbs) 181.50-193.50 (188.42); 550-600 lbs (580 lbs) 175.00-185.00 (179.92); 600-650 lbs (622 lbs) 170.00-182.00 (176.11); 650-700 lbs (672 lbs) 168.00-174.50 (172.06);
Yearlings: 600-650 lbs (634 lbs) 184.00-194.00 (190.74); 650-700 lbs (674 lbs) 183.00-193.00 (189.04); 700-750 lbs (727 lbs) 184.25-196.50 (190.06); 750-800 lbs (774 lbs) 177.50-184.50 (181.59); 800-850 lbs (821 lbs) 173.00-175.00 (174.59); 900-950 lbs (912 lbs) 159.00-167.00 (163.96); 950-965 lbs (965 lbs) 135.50-145.00 (139.15).

 

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