MARKETS

Milano Tuesday

Milano, TX — April 14

Cattle and Calves.
Steers: Medium and Large 1 300-400 lbs 341.00-372.00; 400-500 lbs 270.00-297.00; 500-600 lbs 223.00-269.00; 600-700 lbs 206.00-232.00; over 700 lbs NT.
Heifers: Medium and Large 1 300-400 lbs 301.00-327.00; 400-500 lbs 261.00-299.00; 500-600 lbs 245.00-264.00; 600-700 lbs 196.00-219.00.
Slaughter Cows: $85-115. Slaughter Bulls: $123-144.50. Bred Heifers: NT. Bred Cows: $2125-2425 limited test. Pairs: limited test.

Meridian Tuesday

Meridian, TX — April 14

(Special) Receipts at Meridian Livestock Commission: 217. Stocker steers steady. Feeder steers $1-2 lower. Stocker and feeder heifers $2-3 lower. Slaughter cows steady. Packer bulls steady. Cow/calf pairs steady. Young replacements steady.
Steers: No. 1, under 300 lbs. NT; 300-400 lbs. $315-390; 400-500 lbs. $270-315; 500-600 lbs. $240-270; 600-700 lbs. $220-240; 700-800 lbs. NT.
Heifers: No. 1, under 300 lbs. NT; 300-400 lbs. $285-335; 400-500 lbs. $250-265; 500-600 lbs. $220-240; 600-700 lbs. $200-220; 700-800 lbs. NT.
Slaughter cows, high yielding $115-124; low yielding $90-100; fats $100-115; thin & shelly $70-90.
Packer bulls $120-147.50.
Pairs: young choice up to $2900; young fair up to $2225; aged pairs up to $1950.
Young pregnancy tested stocker replacement cows up to $1925.

Hamilton Tuesday

Hamilton, TX — April 14

Receipts 71. Hamilton had a steady market on 72 head. Almost all the sale barns in the area have had short runs the last few weeks. The green has everyone in the notion of keeping their calves for a few more weeks. If you have cattle to sell, give Hamilton a call.
Steers: No. 1, 200-300 lbs. NT; 300-400 lbs. NT; 400-500 lbs. $234-283; 500-600 lbs. $224-241; 600-700 lbs. $198-225; 700 lbs. & up $202-207.
Heifers: No. 1, 200-300 lbs. NT; 300-400 lbs. NT; 400-500 lbs. $231-252; 500-600 lbs. $225-243; 600-700 lbs. $225-240; 700 lbs. & up NT.
Packer cows, high yielding NT; med. yielding $106-116; low yielding NT.
Packer bulls, high yielding $142-143; med. yielding NT; low yielding NT.
Cow-calf pairs: choice NT; med. quality $2300-2700; aged NT.
Bred cows: choice NT; med. quality NT; aged NT.
Stocker steers steady. Feeder steers steady. Stocker heifers steady. Feeder heifers steady. Packer cows steady. Packer bulls steady. Cow/calf pairs steady. Bred cows steady.

OKC West Wednesday

Oklahoma City, OK — April 15

(F‑S) Receipts at OKC West - El Reno Livestock Market: 4000. Feeder steers sold steady to $4 lower. Feeder heifers traded steady to weak on very limited comparable sales. No trend established for Steer and heifer calves due to low number of receipts. Rain is expected for the remainder of the week and on into the weekend with over an inch of rain expected in drought stricken Western Oklahoma. Wheat fields in the central part of the state are in good condition and the canola is in full bloom. Demand was moderate for all classes; light weight calves headed for summer grass pasture was good. Quality was average to attractive.
Feeder Steers: Medium and Large 1: Calves: 324 lbs 382.50; 425-475 lbs 320.00-335.00; 545-600 lbs 263.00-275.00, fleshy 262.00; 615-700 lbs 227.50-248.00; Yearlings: 600-700 lb 234.50-257.00; 700-800 lbs 212.00-227.00; 800-900 lbs 196.00-209.50; 900-1000 lbs 186.25-192.50.
Feeder Holstein Steers: Large 3: lot 595 lbs 153.00; pkg 600 lbs 188.00.
Feeder Bulls: Medium and Large 1: 300-350 lbs 310.00-315.00; few 515 lbs 269.00; lot 745 lbs 198.00.
Feeder Heifers: Medium and Large 1: Calves: few 425 lbs 305.00; 455-500 lbs 254.00-274.00; 500-525 lbs 258.00-272.00; 550-600 lbs 229.50-248.00, fleshy 216.00; 600-675 lbs 199.00-218.00; 715-725 lbs 198.00; Yearlings: 650-700 lbs 206.00-215.00; 700-800 lbs 194.50-204.50; 800-850 lbs 192.50-193.50, fleshy 178.00-182.50; 865-900 lbs 175.00-182.50; 915-975 lbs 169.00-178.00, replacement 199.00; lot 1075 lbs 160.00.

San Angelo Cattle

San Angelo, TX — April 16

(F-S) Receipts at Producers Livestock Auction Co.: 1400. Feeder steers and heifers $2-6 lower. Slaughter cows firm; no good comparison on slaughter bulls, but higher undertone noted. Stock cows and pairs steady. Trading and demand moderate. Quality more attractive than last week.
Feeder Steers: Medium and Large 1 264 lbs 342.00; 300-400 lbs 330.00-340.00; 433 lbs 320.00; 500-600 lbs 270.00-282.00, few 290.00; 600-650 lbs 238.00-246.00; 700-750 lbs 214.00-220.00.
Feeder Bulls: Medium and Large 2 400-500 lbs 234.00-258.00; 600-700 lbs 195.00-202.00; 700-750 lbs 176.00-178.00; 800-900 lbs 164.00-182.00.
Feeder Heifers: Medium and Large 1 272 lbs 350.00; 300-400 lbs 300.00; 400-500 lbs 286.00-290.00; 500-600 lbs 245.00-254.00; 700-750 lbs 200.00-204.00.
Slaughter Cows: %Lean weight avg dress hi-dress low-dress Breakers 75-80 1300-1575 lbs 102.00-110.00. Boners 80-85 950-1450 lbs 110.00-119.00. Lean 85-90 850-1250 lbs 106.00-111.00 91.00-104.00 85-90 600-900 lbs 89.00-91.00.
Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade 1 1450-1950 lbs 141.00-149.00; low-dressing 1200-1800 lbs 130.00-138.00.
Pregnancy Tested Stock Cows And Heifers: All sold by the head. Medium and Large 1-2 2050.00-2250.00.
Cow/Calf Pairs: All sold by the pair. All have 200-450 lbs calves. Medium and Large 1-2 2650.00-2775.00.
Stocker And Feeder Cows: Medium and Large 1-2 (young) 9250 lbs 169.00; (young and middle age) 800-1150 lbs 146.00-160.00 cwt; (middle age) 850-1300 lbs no test; (thin &/or aged) 1000-1200 lbs 108.00-118.00 cwt.

Jordan Weekly Market Report

Mason & San Saba - April 16

Receipts totaled 4597 head for the week. Demand was good with the stocker steers and heifers selling steady. The feeder steers and heifers were also steady with a set of 6 steers at 697 lbs at $245 ($1707.68). Packer cows were $3 higher with the top cow at $129 and bulls were $2 higher with the high bull at $149. Pairs and bred cows were steady and sold in good demand. The bull sale was very active and strong with Griswold Ranch Angus 16 bulls averaging $5017 (Top bull $6000), Knox Brothers Angus bulls averaged $4487 (Top bull $5750), Hilltop Brangus 18 bulls averaged $4346 (Top bull $5250), and Angus of Clear Creek 10 bulls averaged $4500 (Top bull $4750).
Steers: Choice lightweight calves $300-372.50; Choice medium weight calves $240-330; Choice heavyweight calves $225-255.
Heifers: Choice lightweight calves $270-355; Choice medium weight calves $220-297.50; Choice heavyweight calves $210-231.
Yearlings: Choice lightweight steers $210-235; Choice heavyweight steers $195-199.50; Choice lightweight heifers $190-203; Choice heavyweight heifers $178-209; #2 Steer calves & yearlings $195-285; #2 Heifer calves & yearlings $185-255; Shorties & Plainer calves & yearlings $210-250.
Cows: Choice bred $2360-3950; Medium to good bred $2000-2350; Plainer & older bred $1875-1990; High yield $120-129; Medium yield $110-119; Low yield $100-109; Heiferettes & young stockers $160-200.
Bulls: High yield $142-149; Medium yield $135-141; Low yield $125-134; Feeders $125-135.
Pairs: Choice $2750-4450; Medium to good $2350-2750; Plainer & older pairs $2150-2340.
Some representative sales: Bob Yates, Cherokee, 1 steer 350 lbs at $330; Noel Larson, Leander, 4 steers 466 lbs at $300; Cubby Pearce, Richland Springs, 1 steer 510 lbs at $292.50; Olen Petty, Goldthwaite, 3 heifers 495 lbs at $260; Earlene Fitzgerald, Brookesmith, 2 heifers 523 lbs at $252; Western Hills Ranch, Abilene, 3 heifers 522 lbs at $248.

Oklahoma Hay

Oklahoma City, OK – April 16

(F-S) Hay movement very light with sporadic trading noted as some producers sought to clear barn space for new crop. Demand was fairly light. Both wheat and alfalfa swathing will begin as soon as conditions improve. Much of the state except the panhandle received moderate to sometimes heavy rains earlier and more rain is forecast through the weekend. Drought conditions persist in western Oklahoma and portions of central Oklahoma. No new crop contracts confirmed this week but buyers and sellers are negotiating prices.
Central Oklahoma: Premium $150-180, mostly $150-165. Good quality $120-125. Fair quality $75-85.
Eastern Oklahoma: Good to Premium quality large round bales $120-140 per ton. Horse quality small square bales $12-13 per bale.
Western Oklahoma: Premium square bales $150-180, mostly $150-160. Premium quality round bales $120 per ton. Good dry cow hay $90-100. Fair quality $80-90.
Grass Hay Central Oklahoma: Prairie hay 4x5 bales $25-30 per bale. Good Bermuda $50-60 per bale in 5x6 bales. Fair quality Bermuda 5x6 round bales $30-35 per bale.
Western Oklahoma: Fair to Good Bermuda grass 5x6 bales $35-55 per bale, best quality Bermuda $60-65 per bale. Few loads Good quality Bermuda in large round bales $80 per ton. Prairie hay 4x5 bales $25-30. Wheat hay $70-80 per ton.
Eastern Oklahoma: Good bluestem in large square bales $80 per ton. Good mixed grass hay in 4x5 bales $25-30 per bale. Bermuda 5x6 bales $50-70 per bale. Bermuda small square bales $5-7 per bale.

Gainesville Friday

Gainesville, TX — April 17

(Special) Receipts at Gainesville Livestock Market, Inc. 1130. The market was steady despite the downward pressure on the futures board. Calf market steady with strong demand on condition rather than new crop calves. Feeder cattle steady. Packer cows steady of fleshy cows lean. Cows $3 higher.
Feeder Steers: Medium and large frame, 200-300 lbs., No. 1 $375-400; 300-400 lbs., No. 1 $340-385; 400-500 lbs., No. 1 $295-315; 500-600 lbs., No. 1 $265-290; 600-700 lbs., No. 1 $230-250; 700-800 lbs., No. 1 $202-220.
Feeder Heifers: Medium and large frame, 200-300 lbs., No. 1 $330-350; 300-400 lbs., No. 1 $300-335; 400-500 lbs., No. 1 $265-275; 500-600 lbs., No. 1 $235-260; 600-700 lbs., No. 1 $210-235; 700-800 lbs., No. 1 $190-210.
#2's and #3's on feeder steers and heifers will be $15-25 off the back of the #1's.
Slaughter bulls: Y.G. 1-2, 1200-2050 lbs. $135-148. Slaughter cows 1-3, $107-122, cutters $90-105.
Stocker cows PD'd tested 3-9 years: Large frame $2000-2600, medium frame $1650-2250.
Cow and calf pairs: Cows with calves under 250 lbs., large frame $2100-2700, medium frame $1750-2000.
Baby Calves: Holstein calves NT, crossbreds $500-600.

Hugo Friday

Hugo, OK — April 17

(Special) Receipts at Hugo Livestock Market: 1306 head.
Steers: 100-250 lb. $415-520; 250-300 lb. $357.14-400; 300-350 lb. $335.75-405; 350-400 lb. $311.25-380; 400-450 lb. $278.05-320; 450-500 lb. $259.44-290; 500-550 lb. $244.33-280; 550-600 lb. $237.31-275; 600-650 lb. $223.83-251; 650-700 lb. $198.46-230; 700-750 lb. $194.69-217.50; 750-800 lb. $175.83-195; 800 lbs. and up $164.15-185.
Heifers: 100-250 lb. $296.88-410; 250-300 lb. $335-400; 300-350 lb. $285.29-340; 350-400 lb. $268.48-330; 400-450 lb. $257.67-305; 450-500 lb. $246-275; 500-550 lb. $229.27-265; 550-600 lb. $223.15-245; 600-650 lb. $223.38-230; 650-700 lb. $217.26-230; 700-750 lb. $214.61-245; 750-800 lb. $205.83-225; 800 lbs. and up $193.46-225.
Stocker cows $85-200. Slaughter cows $70-121. Bulls $128-163. Pairs $1500-3800. Cows per head $550-2900. Bulls per head $1500-4300.

Texas Hay

Amarillo, TX — April 17

(F-S) Hay prices were steady. Trade activity was slow on light to moderate demand. The panhandle had scattered showers across the area but remains dry in need of more rain. South and Northeast Texas had flooded areas due to the heavy rains that swept across the area. Hay movement was at a standstill in many parts waiting for it to dry out enough to get trucks in the fields. West Texas also received rain that delayed producers being able to get into the Alfalfa fields for the first cutting. Feedyards and dairies continue to wait for new crop prices to be established. A few new crop wheat prices have been reported.
Panhandle/High Plains: Alfalfa: Large Bales: Delivered: Premium to Supreme $230-250; Good to Premium $195-230. Chopped Alfalfa: Delivered to feedlots: $150-160. Calf hay $165-200. Coastal Bermuda: Large Bales: Delivered: Good to Premium $180-185, $90 per bale. Wheat Hay: Large Bales: Delivered: $140-145. Hay Grazer: Small Bales: Delivered: $6 per bale. Large Bales: Delivered: $80 per bale. Wheat Straw: Medium Bales: Delivered: $6.75 per bale. Cane: Large Bales: FOB or Delivered locally: $100.
Far West Texas/Trans Pecos: Alfalfa: Small Squares: FOB: Premium to Supreme $295-330, $9-10 per bale. Large Bales: FOB: Premium to Supreme $240-260, Good to Premium $220-240.
North, Central, and East Texas: Coastal Bermuda: Small Squares: FOB: Good to Premium $230-265, $7-8 per bale. Large Rounds: FOB: Good to Premium $60-70 per roll, $120-140 per ton.
South Texas: Coastal Bermuda: Small Squares: FOB: Good to Premium $165-265, $5-8 per bale; Large Rounds: FOB and delivered locally: Good to Premium $120-140; $60-70 per roll.

New Summerfield Saturday

New Summerfield, TX — April 18

(Special) Receipts at Tri County Livestock Market, 1499 head. Some plain cattle below these figures.
Steers: under 300 lbs. $285-430; 300-400 lbs. $250-393; 400-500 lbs. $190-211; 500-600 lbs. $185-229; 600-700 lbs. $180-205; 700-800 lbs. $170-200.
Heifers: under 300 lbs. $250-330; 300-400 lbs. $225-331; 400-500 lbs. $200-335; 500-600 lbs. $180-221; 600-700 lbs. $175-229; 700-800 lbs. $165-200.
Slaughter cows $85-124. Heavy bulls $120-146.50. Stocker cows $1350-3500. Cow/calf pairs (top) $2000-3700. Baby calves up to $200-410.

Buffalo Livestock

Buffalo, TX — April 18

Receipts: 557.
Slaughter cows: cutter cows $105-131; fat cows $100-128; canner cows $75-105.
Slaughter bulls: heavy bulls $115-146; light bulls $125-150.
Cow/calf pairs & bred cows: choice $2700-3350; good $2000-2625; plain $1100-1900; bred cows 3-6 yrs. old $1350-2850.
Steer/bull calves & yearlings: 150-200 lbs. $380-570; 200-300 lbs. $350-480; 300-400 lbs. $315-400; 400-500 lbs. $285-325; 500-600 lbs. $235-285; 600-700 lbs. $220-245; 700-800 lbs. $195-222.
Heifer calves & yearling: 150-200 lbs. $330-500; 200-300 lbs. $275-400; 300-400 lbs. $245-340; 400-500 lbs. $195-305; 500-600 lbs. $215-305; 600-700 lbs. $200-252; 700-800 lbs. $172-240.
These prices reflect the good to choice cattle, and the plainer cattle would be $15-20 behind these figures.

Paris Saturday

Paris, TX — April 18

(Special) Receipts at Cattlemen's Livestock Commission: 857 head of cattle and calves.
Steers: 300 lbs. and under $320-430; 300-400 lbs. $300-385; 400-500 lbs. $270-330; 500 lbs. and up $190-280.
Heifers: 300 lbs. and under $300-420, 300-400 lbs. $275-345; 400-500 lbs. $255-310; 500 lbs. and up $180-260.
Slaughter cows $70-122. Slaughter bulls $118-151. Stocker cows $1250-3500, pairs $1550-4500. Baby calves $475-800.
Holstein: steers 300-700 lbs. NT. Holstein: heifers 325-600 lbs. NT. Goats 22 head $50-175.

Hamilton Sheep & Goats

Hamilton, TX — April 20

Receipts at Hamilton Sheep and Goat Sale: 1775. Kids steady; nannies steady; wool lambs steady; dorper lambs $10 higher; BBD lambs steady; ewes $10 higher.
Slaughter Kids: feeders 20-40 lbs. $260-300; light slaughter 40-70 lbs. $260-315; heavy slaughter 70 lbs. & up $240-300.
Slaughter Nannies: Thin $50-70/hd; Medium $80-120/hd; Fleshy $130-225/hd.
Boer & Boer Cross Replacement Nannies: Med. Quality $175-200/hd; Choice Quality $200-225/hd.
Spanish, Boer, & Boer Cross Billies: Slaughter $140-175; Breeding NT.
Wool lambs: feeders 20-40 lbs. NT; lt. slaughter 40-70 lbs. $140-180; heavy slaughter 70 lbs. & up $110-130.
Dorper lambs: feeders 20-40 lbs. $210-250; lt. slaughter 40-70 lbs. $180-240; heavy slaughter 70 lbs. & up $140-190.
Ewes: Stocker NT; Slaughter $60-100.
Barbadoes: Lambs $160-220; Ewes $50-130/hd; Bucks $75-400/hd.
Dorper: Ewes $75-250/hd; Lambs NT; Bucks $80-125/hd.

Sulphur Springs Livestock Auction

Sulphur Springs, TX — April 20

1467 head.
Steers: under 300 lbs. $250-540; 300-400 lbs. $250-430; 400-500 lbs. $225-305; over 500 lbs. $180-275.
Heifers: under 300 lbs. $225-550; 300-400 lbs. $220-335; 400-500 lbs. $210-280; over 500 lbs. $175-260.
Packer cows $80-132. Packer bulls $119-158. Stocker cows $1050-3000. Cow/calf pairs $1600-3900. Calves $90-630.

Fort Smith Monday

Ft. Smith Livestock Auction – April 20

Receipts: 645.
Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1 Wt Range; Price Range: 228-228 387.50; 260-280 337.50-385.00; 300-346 319.00-350.00; 350-385 310.00-330.00; 400-415 290.00-300.00; 510-540 262.00-269.00; 610-642 244.00-252.00; 710-727 216.00-219.00.
Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1 Wt Range; Price Range: 305-320 312.00-327.50; 350-380 315.00-325.00; 480-480 265.00-274.00; 500-528 235.00-240.00; 558-575 224.00-233.00; 610-610 222.00.
Feeder Bulls Medium and Large 1 Wt Range; Price Range: 370-390 280.00-303.00; 460-495 275.00-285.00; 518-533 252.00-256.00; 555-580 241.00-253.00; 635-635 224.00.
Replacement Cows: Pre-tested for bangs; pregnancy; and age. Medium and Large 1-2: Age Weight Months Bred Price 3-6 year old 900-1200 open cows 138.00-170.00 4-7 year old 700-1400 open cows 124.00-132.00 6-7 year old 1150-1550 open cows 107.00-121.00 7+ year old 1100-1300 open cows 95.00-99.00 7+ year old 950-1350 first stage 1400.00-1900.00 per head 3-7 year old 900-1600 second stage 1600.00-2600.00 per head 5-7 year old 900-1550 third stage 1700.00-2400.00 per head 7+ year old 1150-1600 third stage 104.00-110.00.
Cow-Calf Pairs: Medium and Large 1-2: Age Cow Weight Calf Wt Price 6-7 year old 1000-1550 100-200 1750.00-3100.00 per pair 5-7 year old 950-1300 200-300 2050.00-2800.00 per pair 5-7 year old 1000-1400 300-400 2250.00-3425.00 per pair 5-7 year old 1100-1500 400-500 2650.00-3625.00 per pair.
Slaughter Cows: %Lean Weight Average Dress High Dress Low Dress Breakers 75-80% 1000-1500 106.00-110.50 111.00-115.00 100.00-105.50. Boners 80-85% 950-1400 112.00-116.50 117.00-121.50 107.00-111.50. Lean 85-90% 900-1300 110.00-114.50 115.00-119.00 105.00-109.50. Light 85-92% 700-950 70.00-80.00 90.00-99.00 60.00-69.00.
Slaughter Bulls: Weight Average Dress High Dress Low Dress Y.G. 1-2 1000-2100 126.00-131.00 135.00-138.00.

Oklahoma City Monday

Oklahoma City, OK — April 20

(F‑S) Receipts at Oklahoma National Stockyards: 5,419. Feeder steers and heifers mostly steady to $4 lower, with the exception of 650-750 lb steers which traded $2-3 higher. Steer and heifer calves are mostly steady on a light test. Quality is plain to average, with the majority of the supply carrying some ear. Rains last week produced between 0.5 and 4.5 inches across all regions of the state, with the largest rainfall totals recorded in the Western and Central regions. Although it will take quite a bit more rainfall in the West to bring those producers out of the extreme to exceptional drought categories, last week was a step in the right direction.
Feeder Steers: Medium and Large 1: Calves: 350-400 lbs 317.00, thin fleshed 347.00; 400-425 lbs 321.00-322.00; 450-500 lbs 284.00-294.00; 500-550 lbs 285.00-294.50; 550-600 lbs 256.50-274.00; 600-675 lbs 225.00-240.00; Yearlings: 600-650 lbs 244.00-257.00; 650-700 lbs 229.50-244.00, thin fleshed 247.00; 700-750 lbs 221.75-229.00, thin fleshed 233.50; 750-800 lbs 206.75-216.50; 800-850 lbs 197.50-206.00; 850-900 lbs 190.00-200.35; 900-950 lbs 185.25-194.00, thin fleshed 196.00; 950-1000 lbs 177.00-187.00; 1000-1050 lbs 174.00-178.00.
Feeder Bulls Medium and Large 1: lot 495 lbs 275.00, few 575 lbs 246.00; 645 lbs 220.00.
Feeder Heifers: Medium and Large 1: Calves: 325-375 lbs 304.00-337.00, thin fleshed 342.00; 400-450 lbs 276.00-289.00, fleshy 267.00; 475-500 lbs 269.00-274.00; 500-550 lbs 255.00-266.00; 550-600 lbs 235.00-244.00; few 645 lbs 213.00; Yearlings: 600-650 lbs 216.00-226.00, thin fleshed, replacement 238.00; 650-675 lbs 209.50-210.00, fleshy 200.00; 700-750 lbs 199.00-205.00, replacement 204.00; 750-800 lbs 190.50-201.00; 800-825 lbs 186.00-187.00, replacement 199.00-213.00; 850-900 lbs replacement 185.00-190.00; 900-975 lbs 177.00-181.50, fleshy 173.00, replacement 186.50.

Decatur Monday

Decatur, TX — April 20

(Special) Receipts at Decatur Livestock Market were 954 head including: 23 bulls, 210 cows, 60 calves, 63 Longhorns, 160 stocker heifers, 152 stocker bulls/steers, 108 feeder heifers, 178 feeder bulls/steers. Average prices $1337, April 13 $1257. A year ago $932. The global financial turmoil touched off April 13 with the Euro losing value due to Greece being on the brink of bankruptcy drove Wall Street and the commodities markets lower with pour over effect of lower live cattle prices. Quality of calves fell off from April 13 strong offering and prices followed. Feeder cattle were $2-5/cwt lower. However, bred cows and pairs were higher compared to April 13 as producers push to rebuild inventory. Packer prices also pushed higher.
Steers: 200-299 lbs. NT; WA NT; 300-399 lbs. $200-360; WA $286.44; 400-499 lbs. $185-300, WA $256.71; 500-599 lbs. $105-280, WA $249.09; 600-699 lbs. $185-240, WA $225.42; 700-799 lbs. $125-211 WA $194.62; 800-899 lbs. $150-205; WA $180; 900-999 lbs. NT, WA NT.
Heifers: 200-299 lbs. NT, WA NT; 300-399 lbs. $205-320, WA $276.62; 400-499 lbs. $160-286, WA $256.81; 500-599 lbs. $165-260, WA $232.03; 600-699 lbs. $150-245; WA $204.94; 700-799 lbs. $167.50-210, WA $188.45; 800-899 lbs. NT, WA NT; 900-999 lbs. NT, WA NT.
Pairs: young NT; mid-age $2480-3100. Pregnancy tested cows: young $1700-2550; mid-age $1775-2750.
Packer cows: under 1100 lbs. $95-174; over 1100 lbs. $105-160. Feeder bulls $183-210.
Bulls, Y.G. 1 & 2, 1400-2000 lbs. $144-155.
Calves: under 100 lbs.: dairy NT, beef NT; 100-200 lb. $350-800.
Some representative sales: Clarence Walker, Southlake, 300 lb. steer at $360; Kenneth Wallace, Sunset, 425 lb. steer at $300; Tanner Jackson, Decatur, 2 head deal, 505 lb. steer at $280; Mitch Schmittou, Aubrey, 2 head deal, 357 lb. heifer at $300; Mark Wilson, Weatherford, 2 head deal, 435 lb. heifer at $278; Chad Forrester, Weatherford, 510 lb. heifer at $260.

 

 

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