MARKETS

Meridian Tuesday

Meridian, TX — April 12

(Special) Receipts at Meridian Livestock Commission: 192. Stocker and feeder steers $5 lower. Stocker and feeder heifers $5 lower. Slaughter cows $3 lower. Packer bulls steady. Cow/calf pairs no test. Young replacements no test.
Steers: No. 1, under 300 lbs. NT; 300-400 lbs. $180-209; 400-500 lbs. $170-185; 500-600 lbs. $160-175; 600-700 lbs. $150-165; 700-800 lbs. NT.
Heifers: No. 1, under 300 lbs. NT; 300-400 lbs. $170-177; 400-500 lbs. $160-175; 500-600 lbs. $150-160; 600-700 lbs. $140-149; 700-800 lbs. NT.
Slaughter cows, high yielding $77-81; low yielding $70-75; fats $70-77; thin & shelly NT.
Packer bulls one at $95-97.50.
Pairs: young choice NT; young fair NT; aged pairs NT.
Young pregnancy tested stocker replacement cows NT.

Hamilton Tuesday

Hamilton, TX — April 12

Receipts 77. It was a light run. There has been good demand for replacement heifers the past few weeks. Spring calf numbers are getting tight so maybe demand will drive the prices up in the near future. If you have cattle to sell, give Hamilton a call.
Steers: No. 1, 200-300 lbs. NT; 300-400 lbs. $185-215; 400-500 lbs. $169-184; 500-600 lbs. $153-165; 600-700 lbs. $148-164; 700 lbs. & up $135-145.
Heifers: No. 1, 200-300 lbs. NT; 300-400 lbs. $160-175; 400-500 lbs. $155-180; 500-600 lbs. $135-150; 600-700 lbs. $135-147; 700 lbs. & up $125-145.
Packer cows, high yielding $76-84; med. yielding $67-75; low yielding $60-66.
Packer bulls, high yielding $92-97; med. yielding NT; low yielding $80-90.
Cow-calf pairs: choice NT; med. quality NT; 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 no test. Bred cows no test.

OKC West Wednesday

Oklahoma City, OK — April 13

(F‑S) Receipts at OKC West - El Reno Livestock Market: 9587. Feeder steers sold $2-4 lower. Feeder heifers mostly steady to weak. Steer and heifer calves sold with a slightly higher undertone were comparable sales were noted. Rain and thunderstorms are forecasted for the remainder of the week and into the weekend with expectations of up to 3 inches to fall in Western Oklahoma. Demand remains moderate for feeder cattle.
Feeder Steers: Medium and Large 1: Calves 325-385 lbs 220.00-222.50, thin fleshed 227.00-257.50; 400-475 lbs 195.00-211.00, thin fleshed 171.00, fleshy 185.00; 500-550 lbs 185.00-193.00; pkg 580 lbs 177.00; 600-700 lbs 153.00-163.00; pkg 735 lbs 154.50; Yearlings: 600-650 lbs 170.00-181.50, thin fleshed 182.00; 650-700 lbs 165.50-167.00; 700-750 lbs 154.00-163.50, thin fleshed 164.50; 750-800 lbs 151.00-153.50, thin fleshed 158.00; 800-850 lbs 144.25-151.00; 850-900 lbs 137.00-146.00; 900-1000 lbs 132.00-138.80; 1000-1100 lbs 127.00-133.25; pkg 1145 lbs 126.00.
Feeder Bulls: Medium and Large 1: pkg 465 lbs 184.00; 500-575 lbs 157.00-178.00.
Feeder Heifers: Medium and Large 1: Calves: pkg 450 lbs 170.00; 500-600 lbs 160.00-167.50; Yearlings: 600-675 lbs 144.00-164.00, pkg 685 lbs replacement 156.00; 700-800 lbs 141.00-148.00, replacements 147.00; 800-850 lbs 137.50-143.00, fleshy 131.00, replacement 147.60; 850-900 lbs 130.50-131.50; 900-965 lbs 127.50-131.50.

San Angelo Cattle

San Angelo, TX — April 14

(F-S) Receipts at Producers Livestock Auction Co.: 572. Feeder steers and heifers $2-4 lower. Slaughter cows $2-3 lower; slaughter bulls weak to $2 lower. Stock cows and pairs weak. Trading and demand moderate for rain shortened supply. Rain fell over most of the area early in the week bringing much needed moisture.
Feeder Steers: Medium and Large 1 200-300 lbs 224.00; 429 lbs 192.00.
Feeder Bulls: Medium and Large 2 500-600 lbs 135.00-149.00; 750-800 lbs 107.00-121.00.
Feeder Heifers: Medium and Large 1 237 lbs 212.00; 500-600 lbs 145.00-150.00; 645 lbs 143.00.
Slaughter Cows: %Lean weight avg dress hi-dress low-dress Breakers 75-80 1250-1675 lbs 69.00-78.00. Boners 80-85 950-1475 lbs 78.00-79.00. Lean 85-90 850-1400 lbs 72.00-77.00 64.00-72.00 85-90 600-900 lbs 60.00-65.00.
Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade 1 1400-2000 lbs 96.00-104.00; low-dressing 1200-1800 lbs 89.00-96.00.
Pregnancy Tested Stock Cows And Heifers: All sold by the head. Medium and Large 2 975.00.
Cow/Calf Pairs: All sold by the pair. All have 150-350 lbs calves. Medium and Large 1-2 1725.00.
Stocker And Feeder Cows: Medium and Large 1-2 (young) 800-1000 lbs 110.00-112.00; (young and middle age) 800-1100 lbs 99.00-103.00; (middle age) 900-1250 lbs 90.00-95.00; (thin &/or aged) 1000-1275 lbs 79.00-90.00 cwt.

Oklahoma Hay

Oklahoma City, OK – April 14

(F-S) Hay movement remains extremely light and most of this week’s new sales were on old crop dry cow or bunk hay. Demand for dairy alfalfa mostly light. Grinding hay demand extremely light. More new crop hay was cut this week and a small amount baled but no substantial sales have been confirmed. Buyers and sellers have very different ideas on new crop pricing. More rain was received in much of central and eastern Oklahoma this week with much needed rain also falling in portions of western Oklahoma. Additional rainfall is forecast for the weekend and this has halted haying activities for now. Several producers expect to begin swathing wheat hay as conditions permit.
Alfalfa Central Oklahoma: Alfalfa steady on last sales reported. Supreme quality large square bales no recent sales confirmed. Premium quality large square bales $120-130. Good quality dry cow or bunk hay $70-90. Small volume sales new crop horse hay in small square bales $9-11 per bale.
Eastern Oklahoma: Premium quality large square bales no recent sales. Round bales Good quality $70-100.
Western Oklahoma: Prices not well tested. Latest sales steady. Supreme quality large square bales not tested. Premium quality large square bales $120-130. Bunk or dry cow hay $70 to mostly $80.
Grass Hay Central Oklahoma: Prairie hay 4x5 bales $25-35 per bale. Good Bermuda $35-50 per bale in 4x5 and 4x5 1/2 bales. Good 5x6 bales $50-65 per bale. Good bluestem in round bales $70 per ton. Bermuda in small square bales $6-8.
Western Oklahoma: Good Bermuda $60-65 per bale in 5x6 bales. 4x5 bales $35-50 per bale.
Eastern Oklahoma: Mixed grass in 4x5 bales $25-35 per bale. Bermuda in 5x6 bales $50-65 per bale. Several loads horse quality bluestem $107 per ton.

Jordan Weekly
Market Report

Mason & San Saba - April 14

Receipts totaled 1438 head. The market continued with a softer tone as more fleshier new crop calves come to town. The stocker steers sold $5-10 lower and heifers were $5 lower. The fleshier feeder steers and heifers were $5 lower. Yearlings and calves carrying ideal condition were in strong demand and sold on a steady market. Packer cows and bulls were $2 lower. Pairs and bred cows were steady.
Steers: Choice lightweight calves $185-130; Choice medium weight calves $155-196; Choice heavyweight calves $145-168.
Heifers: Choice lightweight calves $165-210; Choice medium weight calves $140-167; Choice heavyweight calves $133-147.
Yearlings: Choice lightweight steers $135-157; Choice heavyweight steers $128-132.50; Choice lightweight heifers $128-141; Choice heavyweight heifers $120-151; #2 Steer calves & yearlings $128-175; #2 Heifer calves & yearlings $120-165; Shorties & Plainer calves & yearlings $120-150.
Cows: Choice bred $1600-1800; Medium to good bred $1360-1590; Plainer & older bred $1000-1350; High yield $78-84; Medium yield $71-77; Low yield $65-70; Heiferettes & young stockers $100-130.
Bulls: High yield $99-102.50; Medium yield $93-98; Low yield $88-92; Feeders $88-97.
Pairs: Choice $1910-2400; Medium to good $1660-1900; Plainer & older pairs $1250-1650.
Some representative sales: Martin-Bruni Cattle Co., San Antonio, 1 steer 200 lbs at $300; Rayburn Houston Jr., Llano, 4 steers 423 lbs at $196; MM Ranch, Comanche, 3 steers 458 lbs at $191; CW Grelle, Priddy, 1 heifer 375 lbs at $192.50; JPM Ranch, Comanche, 14 heifers 455 lbs at $166; MM Ranch, Comanche, 12 heifers 478 lbs at $161.

Gainesville Friday

Gainesville, TX — April 15

(Special) Receipts at Gainesville Livestock Market, Inc.: 1084. The calf market was $3-4 lower on fleshy calves, the thin fleshy calves was steady and had much more demand. The feeder cattle was steady to $2 lower. The calves are probably going to soften a few more dollars in up coming weeks unless we get a good rally in the futures market. The packer cows was steady to $3 higher with the high yield cows topping the market. The special cow sale April 13 was good with the fancy pairs bring $2750-3300. And the fancy breds bringing $2000-2600. The thinner young pairs bringing $2000-2400 and breds $1500-1900.
Feeder Steers: Medium and large frame, 200-300 lbs., No. 1 $285-350; 300-400 lbs., No. 1 $210-235; 400-500 lbs., No. 1 $180-200; 500-600 lbs., No. 1 $170-185; 600-700 lbs., No. 1 $155-170; 700-800 lbs., No. 1 $145-155.
Feeder Heifers: Medium and large frame, 200-300 lbs., No. 1 $220-280; 300-400 lbs., No. 1 $190-210; 400-500 lbs., No. 1 $170-185; 500-600 lbs., No. 1 $150-165; 600-700 lbs., No. 1 $145-160; 700-800 lbs., No. 1 $138-149.
#2's and #3's on feeder steers and heifers will be $15-25 off of the #1's.
Slaughter bulls: Y.G. 1-2, 1200-2050 lbs. $90-108. Slaughter cows 1-3, $75-85, cutters $60-74.
Stocker cows PG'd tested 3-9 years: Large frame $1600-2000, medium frame $1200-1600.
Cow and calf pairs: Cows with calves under 250 lbs., large frame $2000-2500, medium frame $1450-1800.
Baby Calves: Holstein calves $150-250, crossbreds $125-400.

Hugo Friday

Hugo, OK — April 15

(Special) Receipts at Hugo Livestock Market: 552 head.
Steers: 100-250 lb. $240-260; 250-300 lb. $232.78-275; 300-350 lb. $205.21-245; 350-400 lb. $176.80-225; 400-450 lb. $169.45-195; 450-500 lb. $172.72-187.50; 500-550 lb. $162.54-178; 550-600 lb. $155.25-172.50; 600-650 lb. $148.82-160; 650-700 lb. $140.75-147; 700-750 lb. $133.42-145; 750-800 lb. $105-135; 800 lbs. and up $110.44-132.50.
Heifers: 100-250 lb. $198.13-240; 250-300 lb. $191.67-220; 300-350 lb. $176.67-215; 350-400 lb. $177.38-200; 400-450 lb. $161.83-187.50; 450-500 lb. $155.78-182.50; 500-550 lb. $157.23-162.50; 550-600 lb. $145.57-172.50; 600-650 lb. $141.50-160; 650-700 lb. $143.36-152.50; 700-750 lb. $140-140; 750-800 lb. $135-165; 800 lbs. and up $125-125.
Stocker cows $80-130. Slaughter cows $65-85. Bulls $70-101. Pairs $1050-2400. Cows per head $575-1750. Bulls per head $1100-1800.

Texas Hay

Amarillo, TX — April 15

(F-S) All hay classes remained steady this week on light to moderate movement. Warmer temperatures and moisture has benefitted local pastures for livestock cutting the need for supplemental feeding. Dairies and feedyards continues to buy hay at a moderate pace. Coastal Bermuda producers in the North and East are busy sprigging pastures if it is not too wet. Prices for hay and pellets quoted per ton except where noted.
Panhandle/High Plains: Alfalfa: Large Bales: Delivered: Premium to Supreme $165-185; Good to Premium $145-155. Small Bales: Delivered: Good $210, $6.35 per bale. Chopped Alfalfa: Delivered to feedlots: $120-125. Calf $130-135. Brown $90-100. Coastal Bermuda: Large Bales: Delivered: Good to Premium $180. Wheat Hay: Large Bales: Delivered: $145-150. Hay Grazer: Large Bales: Delivered: $60-75. Prairie Grass: Large Bales: Delivered: $140.
Far West Texas/Trans Pecos: Alfalfa: Small Squares: FOB or Delivered local: Premium to Supreme $260-330, $8-10 per bale. Large Bales: FOB: Premium to Supreme $180-225.
North, Central, and East Texas: Alfalfa: Large Bales: Delivered: Premium to Supreme $205-220; Good to Premium $180-205; Fair $150. Coastal Bermuda: Small Squares: FOB: Good to Premium $231-297, $7-9 per bale. Large Rounds: FOB: Good to Premium $120-160, $60-80 per roll; Fair to Good $60-100, $30-50 per bale.
South Texas: Coastal Bermuda: Small Squares: FOB: Good to Premium $231-265, $7-8 per bale; Fair to Good $165-200, $5-6 per bale. Large Rounds: FOB and delivered locally: Good to Premium $80-120; $40-60 per roll; Fair to Good $50-80, $25-40 per roll.

New Summerfield Saturday

New Summerfield, TX — April 16

(Special) Receipts at Tri County Livestock Market, 951 head. Some plain cattle below these figures.
Steers: under 300 lbs. $160-250; 300-400 lbs. $150-235; 400-500 lbs. $135-180; 500-600 lbs. $125-168; 600-700 lbs. $115-150; 700-800 lbs. $110-150.
Heifers: under 300 lbs. $150-210; 300-400 lbs. $140-190; 400-500 lbs. $125-147; 500-600 lbs. $120-145; 600-700 lbs. $110-139; 700-800 lbs. $100-125.
Slaughter cows $45-82. Heavy bulls $90-106. Stocker cows $1000-2000. Cow/calf pairs (top) $1800-2350. Low-middle pairs NT. Baby calves $175-325.

Paris Saturday

Paris, TX — April 16

(Special) Receipts at Cattlemen's Livestock Commission: 1442 head of cattle and calves.
Steers: 300 lbs. and under $180-240; 300-400 lbs. $170-220; 400-500 lbs. $150-200; 500 lbs. and up $130-185.
Heifers: 300 lbs. and under $160-210, 300-400 lbs. $150-205; 400-500 lbs. $140-185; 500 lbs. and up $120-170.
Slaughter cows $45-84. Slaughter bulls $82-110. Stocker cows $900-2200, pairs $1050-3200. Baby calves $125-475.
Holstein: steers 300-500 lbs. $90-115. Holstein: heifers 900-1100 lbs. NT. Goats: 7 heads $35-100.

Buffalo Livestock

Buffalo, TX — April 16

Receipts: 1648.
Slaughter cows: cutter cows $65-87; fat cows $55-85; canner cows $44-75.
Slaughter bulls: heavy bulls $90-109; light bulls $87-110.
Cow/calf pairs & bred cows: choice NT; good $1550-2425; plain $1275-1525; bred cows 3-6 yrs. old $1100-2175.
Steer/bull calves & yearlings: 150-200 lbs. $235-285; 200-300 lbs. $210-225; 300-400 lbs. $165-220; 400-500 lbs. $150-190; 500-600 lbs. $145-170; 600-700 lbs. $125-167; 700-800 lbs. $110-142.
Heifer calves & yearling: 150-200 lbs. $235-255; 200-300 lbs. $185-235; 300-400 lbs. $145-175; 400-500 lbs. $140-172; 500-600 lbs. $135-165; 600-700 lbs. $120-157; 700-800 lbs. $110-145.
These prices reflect the good to choice cattle, and the plainer cattle would be $25-40 behind these figures.

Jordan Special Sale

San Saba, TX — April 16

(Special) Receipts totaled 3501. The market was very active and strong with a full house of buyers from New Mexico, Oklahoma, Louisiana and all across Texas along with 801 on the internet. Over 1000 pair were offered with most selling from $2200 up to $3000 except for a set of fancy 3in1 black baldie pair that brought $3700. A few pair that weren’t carrying as much flesh sold from $2000-$2200. The bred cow market was very good with most of the medium to long bred cows ranging from $1800 up to $2400. The short bred (1-3 months) sold from $1500-$2175. A choice offering of bred heifers were on hand with most being medium to long bred bringing from $1700 up to $2300 except for some True F-1 Tigerstripe that sold from $2525-2625. Some of the smaller frame heifers that were medium to long bred went from $1500 up to $1700. Over 700 open heifers sold with most being one raising set with the bigger Brangus, Brangus baldie and Tigerstripe heifers selling from $1300 up to $2250. The open Angus, black baldie and Hereford heifers sold mostly from $1200 up to $1625 depending on size. The younger and lighter weight heifers ranged from $1000 up to $1450 depending on kind. The next replacement female sale will be in San Saba on Saturday, May 7.
Some representative sales: Paul Schuman, 17 Angus pair, $3000; Cromer Livestock, 14 Brangus pair, $2750; MLS Ranch, 29 Angus cows LB, $2400; MLS Ranch, 39 Angus cows MB, $2075; JPM Ranch, 39 Angus pair, $2500; Maverick Ranch, 65 Angus heifers LB, $2300; Ricky McKinnerney, 43 Brangus heifers open, $1700; Lamar Johanson, 23 Tigerstripe heifers open, $1925; Clint Roberson, 9 Tigerstripe heifers SB, $2625; Spring Valley Cattle, 51 Brangus pair, $2300; Spring Valley Cattle, 46 Angus pair, $2350; Lewie Newman, 17 Hereford cows LB, $2150; Steven Lee Rose, 12 Hereford heifers open, $1625; Bedford Jones, 10 Tigerstripe pair, $3000; Dan Moran, 22 Angus pair, $2450.

Hamilton Sheep & Goats

Hamilton, TX — April 18

Receipts at Hamilton Sheep and Goat Sale: 984. Kids steady; nannies steady; wool lambs steady; dorper lambs $5 higher; BBD lambs steady; ewes $10 higher.
Slaughter Kids: feeders 20-40 lbs. $225-305; light slaughter 40-70 lbs. $210-295; heavy slaughter 70 lbs. & up $140-240; show goats $200-240.
Slaughter Nannies: Thin $50-80/hd; Medium $100-125/hd; Fleshy $175-250/hd.
Boer & Boer Cross Replacement Nannies: Med. Quality $150-175/hd; Choice Quality $200-250/hd.
Spanish, Boer, & Boer Cross Billies: Slaughter $140-180; Breeding NT.
Wool lambs: feeders 20-40 lbs. $180-240; lt. slaughter 40-70 lbs. $180-220; heavy slaughter 70 lbs. & up NT; show lambs $110-140.
Ewes: Stocker NT; Slaughter $80-90.
Dorper lambs: feeders 20-40 lbs. $180-250; lt. slaughter 40-70 lbs. $180-245; heavy slaughter 70 lbs. & up $140-200.
Dorper: Ewes $75-175/hd; Lambs NT; Bucks $80-100.
Barbadoes: Lambs $180-240; Ewes $75-125/hd; Bucks $100-750/hd.
Fancier kids/lambs will consistently bring $15-25/cwt higher than what is posted on this market report.

Decatur Monday

Decatur, TX — April 18

(Special) Receipts at Decatur Livestock Market were 462 head including: 22 bulls, 132 cows, 13 calves, 67 Longhorns, 106 stocker heifers, 122 stocker bulls/steers, 0 feeder heifers, 0 feeder bull/steers. Average prices $787, April 11 $787. A year ago $1337. Rain is always a blessing. The moisture we received April 11 combined with 3.75” April 17 makes it hard to get cattle to market. With all the widespread rain, a few buyers were holding back a little along with the downward pressure in the futures has us wondering when we will find a settling point. Almost all weight classes dropped another $5-10 while the packer cows and bulls advanced $5-10.
Steers: 200-299 lbs. NT; WA NT; 300-399 lbs. $110-197.50; WA $166.50; 400-499 lbs. $70-175, WA $148.58; 500-599 lbs. $90-165, WA $142.38; 600-699 lbs. $90-154, WA $141.93; 700-799 lbs. $100-145 WA $130.86; 800-899 lbs. NT; WA NT; 900-999 lbs. NT, WA NT.
Heifers: 200-299 lbs. NT, WA NT; 300-399 lbs. $122-192.50, WA $155.56; 400-499 lbs. $75-167.50, WA $142.80; 500-599 lbs. $92-152.50, WA $137.50; 600-699 lbs. $117-162.50; WA $141.10; 700-799 lbs. NT, WA NT; 800-899 lbs. NT, WA NT; 900-999 lbs. NT, WA NT.
Pairs: young NT; mid-age NT. Pregnancy tested cows: young $1275-1750; mid-age $1075-1500.
Packer cows: under 1100 lbs. $85-117; over 1100 lbs. $72-91. Feeder bulls NT.
Bulls, Y.G. 1 & 2, 1400-2000 lbs. $97-110. Low Y.G. 1 & 2, 1400-2000 lbs. $80-101.
Baby Calves: under 100 lbs. NT: 100-200 lb. NT.
Some representative sales: Francisco Vargas, Celina, 2 head deal, 308 lb. steer at $187.50; Smith, Smith & King, Alvord, 475 lb. steer at $170; JA Seabolt, Ft. Worth, 2 head deal, 527 lb. steer at $165; Wayne Ratliff, Boyd, 335 lb. heifer at $192.50; Carl Miller, Paradise, 525 lb. heifer at $152.50; DDM Ranch, St. Jo, 9 head deal, 678 lb. heifer at $162.50.

Oklahoma City Monday

Oklahoma City, OK — April 18

(F‑S) Receipts at Oklahoma National Stockyards: 5,700. Feeder steers and heifers $5-12 lower. Steer and heifer calves not well tested, but a definite lower undertone is noted. Quality plain to average, few attractive but conditions not as attractive. Many cattle carrying mud and also in fleshy conditions. Cattle futures fell the limit for Feeders and down hard for Live cattle today. Many are scratching their head as to why. Beef prices last week gained $10 and cash slaughter cattle held mostly steady with fairly good movement. On a positive note, the state did see some nice widespread rains over the weekend with many reporting at least 2 inches and spots much more. Pastures should be greening up nicely when warmer weather arrives later in the week.
Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1 Calves: few 450-500 lbs 187.00-189.00; lot 535 lbs 181.00; 575-600 lbs 172.00-173.00; few 620-625 lbs 150.00-153.50, fleshy 146.50; Yearlings: 630-650 lbs 161.00-168.00; 650-700 lbs 153.00-161.00; 700-750 lbs 150.00-156.00, fleshy 725 lbs 149.50; 750-800 lbs 142.00-147.00; 800-850 lbs 139.50-143.00, fleshy 138.25-139.50; 850-900 lbs 132.00-140.50, fleshy and full 130.00; 900-985 lbs 132.50-137.00, fleshy 129.50-131.50; lot 1085 lbs 126.00.
Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1 Calves: 540 lbs fleshy and full 140.50; few 575-600 lbs 155.00-158.50, thin fleshed 163.00; 600 lbs 144.00; Yearlings: 600-650 lbs 144.50-152.00; 650-700 lbs 137.50-146.50, pkg 695 lbs fleshy and full 132.00; 700-800 lbs 128.00-142.50, fleshy or full 127.50-132.00; 800-850 lbs 127.50-134.00, lot 865 lbs fleshy 126.50; load 900 lbs fancy 127.00.

Fort Smith Monday

Ft. Smith Livestock Auction – April 18

Receipts: 335. Feeder steers and heifers were steady to $12 lower. Slaughter cows were $2 lower. Slaughter bulls were $5 lower.
Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1 Wt Range: Price Range: 200-245 232.00-251.00; 302-320 202.00-216.00; 465-470 177.00-185.00; 510-523 167.00-175.00; 550-560 169.00-170.00; 603-630 162.00-164.00; 776-795 141.00-144.00.
Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1 Wt Range; Price Range: 220-240 203.00-204.00; 298-298 196.00; 420-430 166.00-171.00; 460-486 166.00-171.00; 500-548 150.00-157.00; 550-585 147.00-153.00; 653-695 140.00-141.00.
Feeder Bulls Medium and Large 1 Wt Range; Price Range: 455-495 168.00-172.00; 555-560 156.00-160.00; 609-635 148.00-155.00.
Replacement Cows: Pre-tested for bangs; pregnancy; and age. Medium and Large 1-2: Age Weight Months Bred Price 1-5 year old 650-1000 open cows 109.00-142.00 6-7 year old 750-900 open cows 80.00-94.00 3-7 year old 650-1000 open cows 71.00-75.00 2-6 year old 700-1350 first stage 1300.00-1325.00 per head 3-6 year old 800-1250 second stage 1375.00-1575.00 per head.
Cow-Calf Pairs: Medium and Large 1-2: Age Cow Weight Calf Wt Price 3-7 year old 1100-1350 100-200 1025.00-1700.00 per pair.
Slaughter Cows: %Lean Weight Average Dress High Dress Low Dress Breakers 75-80% 1000-1500 62.00-66.50. Boners 80-85% 950-1400 72.00-76.50 67.00-71.50. Lean 85-90% 900-1300 69.00-73.60 74.00-76.00 64.00-68.50. Light 85-92% 700-950 54.00-60.00.
Slaughter Bulls: Weight Average Dress High Dress Low Dress Y.G. 1-2 1000-2100 86.00-89.00 95.00-102.50.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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