MARKETS

Meridian Tuesday

Meridian, TX — July 14

(Special) Receipts at Meridian Livestock Commission: 179. Stocker steers $5-15 lower. Feeder steers steady. Stocker heifers $5-15 lower. Feeder heifers $3-6 lower. Slaughter cows steady. Packer bulls no test. Cow/calf pairs no test. Young replacements no test.
Steers: No. 1, under 300 lbs. $300-345; 300-400 lbs. $275-310; 400-500 lbs. $240-283; 500-600 lbs. $215-240; 600-700 lbs. $210-224; 700-800 lbs. NT.
Heifers: No. 1, under 300 lbs. $270-300; 300-400 lbs. $240-270; 400-500 lbs. $225-255; 500-600 lbs. $210-230; 600-700 lbs. $195-208; 700-800 lbs. NT.
Slaughter cows, high yielding $105-114; low yielding $90-100; fats $100-108; thin & shelly $80-90.
Packer bulls NT.
Pairs: young choice NT; young fair NT; aged pairs NT.
Young pregnancy tested stocker replacement cows NT.

Hamilton Tuesday

Hamilton, TX — July 14

Receipts. The market was steady on a short run. Some of the lighter cattle were slightly higher, but there were not enough to call a trend. Most of the markets July 7 called cattle $3-5 lower and much of that was for 600-700 lb. cattle. Light calves are still selling good. If you have cattle to sell, give Hamilton a call.
Steers: No. 1, 200-300 lbs. NT; 300-400 lbs. $263-320; 400-500 lbs. $253-268; 500-600 lbs. $180-208; 600-700 lbs. NT; 700 lbs. & up NT.
Heifers: No. 1, 200-300 lbs. NT; 300-400 lbs. $251-271; 400-500 lbs. $228-240; 500-600 lbs. $202-215; 600-700 lbs. NT; 700 lbs. & up NT.
Packer cows, high yielding NT; med. yielding NT; low yielding NT.
Packer bulls, high yielding NT; med. yielding NT; low yielding NT.
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 no test. Packer bulls no test. Cow/calf pairs no test. Bred cows no test.

OKC West Wednesday

Oklahoma City, OK — July 15

(F‑S) Receipts at OKC West - El Reno Livestock Market: 5770. Feeder steers sold $2-5 lower. No trend established for feeder heifers or calves due to limited number of comparable sales; however, a lower undertone was noted on both. Summer has finally arrived with temperatures in the upper 90’s causing heat advisories throughout the state. Quality was plain to attractive. Demand was moderate to good for all classes.
Feeder Steers: Medium and Large 1: Calves: 445-450 lbs 287.00-292.00, fancy 307.50; 500-535 lbs 270.00-287.00; 550-575 lbs 257.50-259.00; 615-650 lbs 224.00-242.00; 650-700 lbs 218.00-220.00; 725-775 lbs 208.00-216.00; Yearlings: 625-700 lb 230.00-247.00; 725-800 lbs 214.00-228.00; 800-900 lbs 207.50-217.50; 925-975 lbs 197.50-212.00; 1025-1100 lbs 185.25-194.00; 1125 lbs 183.25.
Feeder Holstein Steers: Large 3: lot 675 lbs 167.00; load 700 lbs 155.00; 860-875 lbs 150.00-154.00.
Feeder Bulls: Medium and Large 1: lot 375 lbs 300.00; 425-475 lbs 250.00-285.00; 500-575 lbs 224.00-255.00; lot 625 lbs 221.00.
Feeder Heifers: Medium and Large 1: Calves: 415-500 lbs 260.00-267.50; 525-575 lbs 234.00-250.00, thin fleshed 241.00, fleshy 223.00; 600-615 lbs 214.00-218.00, full 191.00; Yearlings: 600-700 lbs 215.00-235.00; 750-800 lbs 203.75-207.75; pkg 825 lbs 197.00; load 895 lbs full 187.50.

Jordan Weekly Market Report

Mason & San Saba - July 16

Receipts totaled 2357 head for the week. The market was active with a choice offering of cattle on hand. The stocker steers and heifers all sold steady and in good demand. The feeder steers sold $2-3 lower with 25 steers 771 lbs $214 ($1649.94) and 50 steers 789 $211.50 ($1668.74). The feeder heifers were $2 lower. The fleshy and fat calves all sold $2-5 lower as compared to their counterparts. Packer cows and bulls were steady with the top bull at $145 and cow at $124. Pairs and bred cows sold steady along with replacement heifers with a set of black baldie heifers at 643 lbs $250 ($1607.50).
Steers: Choice lightweight calves $283-355; Choice medium weight calves $235-360; Choice heavyweight calves $210-235.
Heifers: Choice lightweight calves $260-365; Choice medium weight calves $200-315; Choice heavyweight calves $190-257.50.
Yearlings: Choice lightweight steers $195-222; Choice heavyweight steers $185-205; Choice lightweight heifers $175-247.50; Choice heavyweight heifers $170-210; #2 Steer calves & yearlings $185-265; #2 Heifer calves & yearlings $170-240; Shorties & Plainer calves & yearlings $200-240.
Cows: Choice bred $2200-2600; Medium to good bred $1850-2300; Plainer & older bred $1375-1840; High yield $108-124; Medium yield $101-114; Low yield $93-104; Heiferettes & young stockers $150-190.
Bulls: High yield $137-145; Medium yield $131-139; Low yield $120-130; Feeders $120-138.
Pairs: Choice $2700-2925; Medium to good $2425-2600; Plainer & older pairs NT.
Some representative sales: Judd Graves, Kermit, 3 steers 488 lbs at $270; Stierin Ranch, Gillett, 1 steer 505 lbs at $252.50; Lance Odiorne, Johnson City, 7 steers 634 lbs at $234; Abell Livestock, San Saba, 1 heifer 455 lbs at $315; 2K Poole Ranch, San Saba, 3 heifers 643 lbs at $250; Luckshire Partnership, Cherokee, 1 heifer 745 lbs at $230.

San Angelo Cattle

San Angelo, TX — July 16

(F-S) Receipts at Producers Livestock Auction Co.: 736. Feeder steers and heifers weak to $2 lower. Slaughter cows firm to $2 higher; slaughter bulls firm. Stock cows and pairs not well tested. Trading and demand moderate. Quality rather plain.
Feeder Steers: Medium and Large 1 Medium and Large 1-2 300-400 lbs 306.00-310.00; 507 lbs 254.00; 815 191.50.
Feeder Bulls: Medium and Large 2 570 lbs 210.00; 600-700 lbs 185.00-202.00; 700-800 lbs 172.00-186.00; 800-900 lbs 163.00-172.00.
Feeder Heifers: Medium and Large 1 700-725 lbs 194.00-214.00.
Slaughter Cows: %Lean weight avg dress hi-dress low-dress Breakers 75-80 1200-1800 lbs 98.00-103.00 113.00. Boners 80-85 950-1450 lbs 110.00-114.00. Lean 85-90 850-1250 lbs 100.00-111.00 93.50-100.00 85-90 600-900 lbs 84.00-92.00.
Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade 1 1450-2150 lbs 138.00-148.00; high-dressing 149.00-151.00; low-dressing 1200-1850 lbs 126.00-138.00.
Pregnancy Tested Stock Cows And Heifers: All sold by the head. Medium and Large 2 1400.00-2200.00.
Cow/Calf Pairs: All sold by the pair. All have 200-450 lbs calves. Medium and Large 1 3050.00.
Stocker And Feeder Cows: Medium and Large 1-2 (young) 800-1000 lbs no test; (young and middle age) 800-1075 lbs 152.00-155.00 cwt; (middle age) 850-1300 lbs 135.00-148.00 cwt; (thin &/or aged) 950-1400 lbs 113.00-136.00 cwt.

Oklahoma Hay

Oklahoma City, OK – July 16

(F-S) Alfalfa movement mostly moderate on dairy hay, light to moderate on dry cow and bunk hay. Grinding hay movement and demand light. Demand for dairy hay continues mostly moderate and inquiry has improved steadily over the last 10 days to two weeks. Second cutting is wrapping up in some areas and third cutting getting underway in others. Quality of current offerings highly variable and current yields ranging from one-half to three-quarter tons per acre on dryland alfalfa and up to one or one-and-one half tons per acre on irrigated fields. Hot, windy and mostly dry weather forecast for the weekend with slight chances of rain forecast for early next week. Grass hay baling very active in central and eastern counties.
Alfalfa Central Oklahoma: Prices mostly steady. Supreme quality large square bales $185-200. Premium quality large square bales $150-180. Good quality new crop dry cow or bunk hay $125-140. New crop grinding hay $75-90, mostly $75-80.
Eastern Oklahoma: New crop round bales Fair to Good quality $120-130. Small square bales horse quality $12-14 per bale.
Western Oklahoma: Premium quality large square bales $150-175. Bunk or dry cow hay $130-145. Fair to Good quality round bales $90-110. Grinding hay delivered to feedlots $105.
Grass Hay: Central Oklahoma: Prairie hay 4x5 bales $30-35 per bale. Good Bermuda $50-60 per bale in 4x5 and 4x5 1/2 bales. Fair quality Bermuda in 4x5 bales $30-35. Bermuda in small square bales $6-8 per bale in the field.
Western Oklahoma: Good new crop Bermuda $60-65 per bale in 5x6 bales; in 4x5 bales $40-50. Wheat hay $70-80 per ton. Good oat hay in 5x6 bales $60 per bale.
Eastern Oklahoma: Mixed grass in 4x5 bales $30-35 per bale. Bermuda in 5x6 bales $50-60 per bale.

Hugo Friday

Hugo, OK — July 17

(Special) Receipts at Hugo Livestock Market: 493 head.
Steers: 100-250 lb. NT; 250-300 lb. $265-320; 300-350 lb. $276.32-345; 350-400 lb. $290.29-320; 400-450 lb. $254.60-315; 450-500 lb. $236.51-277.50; 500-550 lb. $231.27-255; 550-600 lb. $224.12-240; 600-650 lb. $216.59-230; 650-700 lb. $193.29-217.50; 700-750 lb. $190.63-217.50; 750-800 lb. $185-185; 800 lbs. and up $138-138.
Heifers: 100-250 lb. $225-225; 250-300 lb. $284-315; 300-350 lb. $244.60-295; 350-400 lb. $241.18-360; 400-450 lb. $230.96-270; 450-500 lb. $242.50-285; 500-550 lb. $214.98-227.50; 550-600 lb. $215.75-265; 600-650 lb. $213.97-270.50; 650-700 lb. $197.75-208; 700-750 lb. NT; 750-800 lb. $175-175; 800 lbs. and up $152.50-175.
Stocker cows $80-175. Slaughter cows $95-95. Bulls $121-136. Pairs $2250-2300. Cows per head $1125-1125. Bulls per head $2500-2500.

Gainesville Friday

Gainesville, TX — July 17

(Special) Receipts at Gainesville Livestock Market, Inc. 1179. The calf market still feeling the demand pressure from the futures and with the heat forecast in upcoming weeks. Fleshy calves $4 lower on most classes. $8 lower on light calves and on heavy calves. Feeder cattle $2-3 lower. Packer cows steady. Stock cows steady.
August 21st will be a complete dispersal of 450 head of Braunvieh Angus cows.
Feeder Steers: Medium and large frame, 200-300 lbs., No. 1 $350-415, No. 2-3 $300-340; 300-400 lbs., No. 1 $300-335, No. 2-3 $270-300; 400-500 lbs., No. 1 $270-290, No. 2-3 $240-260; 500-600 lbs., No. 1 $235-255, No. 2-3 $200-225; 600-700 lbs., No. 1 $215-235, No. 2-3 $195-210; 700-800 lbs., No. 1 $208-224, No. 2-3 $195-205.
Feeder Heifers: Medium and large frame, 200-300 lbs., No. 1 $300-340, No. 2-3 $240-280; 300-400 lbs., No. 1 $270-290, No. 2-3 $240-260; 400-500 lbs., No. 1 $240-260, No. 2-3 $210-235; 500-600 lbs., No. 1 $215-230, No. 2-3 $187-200; 600-700 lbs., No. 1 $205-220, No. 2-3 $187-200; 700-800 lbs., No. 1 $195-210, No. 2-3 $180-190.
#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. $132-151. Slaughter cows 1-3, $108-118, cutters $92-104.
Stocker cows PD'd tested 3-9 years: Large frame $2000-2400, medium frame $1600-1900.
Cow and calf pairs: Cows with calves under 250 lbs., large frame $2500-3000, medium frame $2000-2400.
Baby Calves: Holstein calves NT, crossbreds $350-475.

Texas Hay

Amarillo, TX — July 17

(F-S) Alfalfa prices were steady to $10 lower mostly on the lower quality and grinder hay. Coastal Bermuda prices were mostly steady as the new crop market is still being established. Trade activity was slow on moderate demand. This time of the year there is a large variety of hay on the market giving buyers alternatives to higher alfalfa prices. North, East and South Texas Coastal Bermuda producers are working on their second cutting of the year. First cutting was low quality as expected after the rainy weather delaying them getting into their fields. Second cutting is expected to be better quality but small bales may be difficult to find this year. Prices for hay and pellets quoted per ton except where noted.
Panhandle/High Plains: Alfalfa: Large Bales: Delivered: Supreme to Premium $200-210; Good to Premium $195-200; Fair to Good $168-195. Small Bales: Delivered: Premium to Supreme $370, $11.25 per bale. FOB: Premium to Supreme $300, $9 per bale. Chopped Alfalfa: Delivered to feedlots: $145. Calf hay $150-160. Brown $120. Coastal Bermuda: Large Bales: Delivered: Good to Premium $170-180, $85-90 per bale. Wheat Hay: Large Bales: Delivered: $140. FOB: $125. Small Bales: Delivered: $265, $8 per bale. Cane: Large Bales: Delivered: $70-80. CRP (mostly Bluestem): Large Bales: Delivered: $80. Rained on $50. Hay Grazer: Large Bales: Delivered: $60-65. Triticale: Large Bales: FOB: $125.
Far West Texas/Trans Pecos: Alfalfa: Small Squares: FOB or Delivered local: Premium to Supreme $270-333, $8.50-11.00 per bale. Large Bales: FOB: Premium to Supreme $220-240.
North, Central, and East Texas: Alfalfa: Medium Squares: FOB: Premium to Supreme: $11 per bale, $285-300. Coastal Bermuda: Small Squares: FOB: Good to Premium $230-265, $7-8 per bale. Large Rounds: FOB: Good to Premium $130, $65 per roll; Fair to Good $80-100, $40-50 per bale. Rye Grass Mix: Large Rounds: FOB: $40-50 per roll.
South Texas: Coastal Bermuda: Small Squares: FOB: Good to Premium $230-265, $7-8 per bale. Large Rounds: FOB and delivered locally: Good to Premium $120-130; $60-65 per roll; Fair to Good $100, $50 per roll.

New Summerfield Saturday

New Summerfield, TX — July 18

(Special) Receipts at Tri County Livestock Market, 837 head. Some plain cattle below these figures.
Steers: under 300 lbs. $195-445; 300-400 lbs. $185-325; 400-500 lbs. $180-287; 500-600 lbs. $175-249; 600-700 lbs. $170-227; 700-800 lbs. $160-185.
Heifers: under 300 lbs. $185-320; 300-400 lbs. $180-275; 400-500 lbs. $175-265; 500-600 lbs. $170-245; 600-700 lbs. $165-240; 700-800 lbs. $155-191.
Slaughter cows $80-125. Heavy bulls $120-138. Stocker cows $1300-2575. Cow/calf pairs (top) $2100-3550. Low-middle pairs NT. Baby calves $525.

Buffalo Livestock

Buffalo, TX — July 18

Receipts: 1468.
Slaughter cows: cutter cows $98-124; fat cows $93-114; canner cows $75-100.
Slaughter bulls: heavy bulls $115-141; light bulls $110-125.
Cow/calf pairs & bred cows: choice $2900-3250; good $2400-2825; plain $1400-1900; bred cows 3-6 yrs. old $1750-2800.
Steer/bull calves & yearlings: 150-200 lbs. $325-450; 200-300 lbs. $325-430; 300-400 lbs. $285-365; 400-500 lbs. $235-310; 500-600 lbs. $210-260; 600-700 lbs. $200-247; 700-800 lbs. $190-235.
Heifer calves & yearling: 150-200 lbs. $310-410; 200-300 lbs. $275-345; 300-400 lbs. $230-300; 400-500 lbs. $210-285; 500-600 lbs. $205-250; 600-700 lbs. $195-225; 700-800 lbs. $172-215.
These prices reflect the good to choice cattle, and the plainer cattle would be $15-20 behind these figures.

Paris Saturday

Paris, TX — July 18

(Special) Receipts at Cattlemen's Livestock Commission: 938 head of cattle and calves.
Steers: 300 lbs. and under $305-420; 300-400 lbs. $280-375; 400-500 lbs. $240-325; 500 lbs. and up $170-280.
Heifers: 300 lbs. and under $285-395, 300-400 lbs. $235-360; 400-500 lbs. $200-300; 500 lbs. and up $150-260.
Slaughter cows $75-120. Slaughter bulls $118-142. Stocker cows $910-2500, pairs $1600-3150. Baby calves $200-675.
Holstein: steers 300-900 lbs. $150-200. Holstein: heifers 350-545 lbs. NT. Goats 53 head $30-200.

Fort Smith Monday

Ft. Smith Livestock Auction – July 20

Receipts: 200. Feeder steers and heifers were steady to $11 higher. Slaughter cows and bulls were $1 higher.
Feeder Steers Medium and Large 1 Wt Range, Price Range: 305-335 305.00-310.00; 430-430 263.00; 505-515 248.00-250.00; 565-575 241.00-244.00; 605-605 226.00; 715-720 207.00-209.00.
Feeder Heifers Medium and Large 1 Wt Range, Price Range: 310-310 260.00; 385-385 250.00; 405-405 257.00; 450-480 227.00-236.00; 500-505 227.00-235.00; 565-565 241.00; 625-630 211.00-212.00.
Feeder Bulls Medium and Large 1 Wt Range, Price Range: 360-360 277.50; 420-440 250.00-258.00; 455-480 237.00-252.00; 525-545 229.00-236.00; 555-570 228.00-232.00; 655-655 221.00; 700-720 203.00-205.00; 780-780 196.00.
Replacement Cows: Pre-tested for bangs; pregnancy; and age. Medium and Large 1-2: Age Weight Months Bred Price 2-7 year old 950-1200 open cows 134.00-143.00 2-7 year old 850-1300 open cows 120.00-127.50 5-7 year old 800-1400 open cows 105.00-116.00 7+ year old 800-1300 open cows 90.00-93.50.
Cow-Calf Pairs: Medium and Large 1-2: Age Cow Weight Calf Wt Price 2-7 year old 700-1200 100-200 1600.00-22.00 per pair.
Slaughter Cows: %Lean Weight Average Dress High Dress Low Dress Boners 80-85% 950-1400 107.00-111.50 112.00-116.50 102.00-106.50. Lean 85-90% 900-1300 105.00-109.50 110.00-114.00 100.00-104.50. Light 85-92% 700-950 80.00-88.00 90.00-91.00.
Slaughter Bulls: Weight Average Dress High Dress Low Dress Y.G. 1-2 1000-2100 130.00-134.00.

Decatur Monday

Decatur, TX — July 20

(Special) Receipts at Decatur Livestock Market were 969 head including: 19 bulls, 202 cows, 24 calves, 80 Longhorns, 206 stocker heifers, 231 stocker bulls/steers, 86 feeder heifers, 121 feeder bulls/steers. Average prices $1125, July 13 $1182. A year ago $1119. The build up of box beef inventory as result of reduced exports as the global financial markets continue to churn is putting downward pressure on feeder prices with steers being $1-5 lower. The normal July decline on calf prices is amplified as temperatures exceed 100°. Buyers are not real anxious to loadup the trailers with bawling unweaned calves so calf prices also drop back $2-6. Locally our heifer prices followed the national trend while steer prices, except for 2 and 5 weights, were higher than last week. Quality in light weight calves took a down turn and prices followed. Most of the bred heifers and cows were short bred and most pairs were 1st calvers with aggressive bidding for them.
Steers: 200-299 lbs. $140-365; WA $291.50; 300-399 lbs. $100-340; WA $253.99; 400-499 lbs. $125-275, WA $235.10; 500-599 lbs. $100-242, WA $213.29; 600-699 lbs. $185-238, WA $208.64; 700-799 lbs. $180-214 WA $209.38; 800-899 lbs. NT; WA NT; 900-999 lbs. NT, WA NT.
Heifers: 200-299 lbs. $110-410, WA $238.30; 300-399 lbs. $125-300, WA $237.96; 400-499 lbs. $155-242.50, WA $220.36; 500-599 lbs. $105-230, WA $208.68; 600-699 lbs. $150-213; WA $195.07; 700-799 lbs. $117-200, WA $183.52; 800-899 lbs. $170-196, WA $186.61; 900-999 lbs. NT, WA NT.
Pairs: young $2350-3250; mid-age NT. Pregnancy tested cows: young $1750-2450; mid-age $1650-2475.
Packer cows: under 1100 lbs. $91-171; over 1100 lbs. $100-138. Feeder bulls $179-197.
Bulls, Y.G. 1 & 2, 1400-2000 lbs. NT.
Calves: under 100 lbs.: dairy NT, beef NT; 100-200 lb. $370-800.
Some representative sales: Casey Shelstad, Poolville, 235 lb. steer at $365; Horacio Santos, Weatherford, 305 lb. steer at $340; JLL Investments, Dallas, 520 lb. steer at $242.50; Tom Stockard, Justin, 400 lb. heifer at $242.50; Robert Cannon, Springtown, 500 lb. heifer at $230; Bar J Farms, Decatur, 2 head deal 602 lb. heifer at $213.

Sulphur Springs Livestock Auction

Sulphur Springs, TX — July 20

1181 head.
Steers: under 300 lbs. $230-375; 300-400 lbs. $230-345; 400-500 lbs. $200-285; over 500 lbs. $175-247.50.
Heifers: under 300 lbs. $205-315; 300-400 lbs. $200-305; 400-500 lbs. $200-265; over 500 lbs. $170-235.
Packer cows $68-123. Packer bulls $119-152. Stocker cows $1050-3000. Cow/calf pairs $1475-3500. Calves $110-550.

Hamilton Sheep & Goats

Hamilton, TX — July 20

Receipts at Hamilton Sheep and Goat Sale: 1825. Kids $10 lower; nannies steady; wool lambs steady; dorper lambs $10 higher; BBD lambs steady; ewes steady.
Slaughter Kids: feeders 20-40 lbs. $200-270; light slaughter 40-70 lbs. $180-270; heavy slaughter 70 lbs. & up $180-260.
Slaughter Nannies: Thin $50-80/hd; Medium $100-140/hd; Fleshy $150-225/hd.
Boer & Boer Cross Replacement Nannies: Med. Quality $150-175/hd; Choice Quality $200-250/hd.
Spanish, Boer, & Boer Cross Billies: Slaughter $100-180; Breeding NT.
Wool lambs: feeders 20-40 lbs. $150-225; lt. slaughter 40-70 lbs. $170-235; heavy slaughter 70 lbs. & up $130-150.
Dorper lambs: feeders 20-40 lbs. $180-240; lt. slaughter 40-70 lbs. $180-225; heavy slaughter 70 lbs. & up $140-180.
Ewes: Stocker NT; Slaughter $60-90.
Barbadoes: Lambs $180-220; Ewes $40-100/hd; Bucks NT.
Dorper: Ewes $75-200/hd; Lambs NT; Bucks $70-100/hd.

Oklahoma City Monday

Oklahoma City, OK — July 20

(F‑S) Receipts at Oklahoma National Stockyards: 4,501. Feeder steers and heifers traded weak to $5 lower. Steer and heifer calves mostly $2-5 lower on comparable sales. Temperatures are forecasted to rise into the upper 90’s and 100’s this week, which has once again caused buyers to remain hesitant in buying un-weaned calves. Hot temperatures and high humidity has also limited cattle movement in the country due to heat stress. Demand was moderate to good.
Feeder Steers: Medium and Large 1: Calves: pkg 320 lbs 345.00; 400-500 lbs 290.00-311.00; 500-555 lbs 255.00-270.50; 600-700 lbs 222.00-239.00; 700-755 lbs 215.00-223.50; Yearlings: 600-650 lbs 237.00-244.00; 650-700 lbs 230.00-242.00; 700-750 lbs 224.00-232.00; 750-800 lbs 215.00-224.00; 800-875 lbs 208.00-218.75; 900-950 lbs 200.00-210.75; 950-1000 lbs 196.00-203.75; 1010 lbs fleshy 172.00.
Holsteins Large 3: lot 380 lbs 225.00; lot 510 lbs 217.00; pkg 805 lbs 158.00.
Feeder Bulls: Medium and Large 1: 365 lbs 305.00; 400-450 lbs 263.00-271.00; lot 495 lbs 253.00; 500-525 lbs 230.00-246.00; 600-625 lbs 206.00-226.00.
Feeder Heifers: Medium and Large 1: Calves: 425-455 lbs 252.00-261.00; 500-550 lbs 230.00-238.00; 550-575 lbs 224.00-229.00; 625-655 lbs 203.00-208.50; 700-750 lbs 189.00-195.00; Yearlings: 600-700 lbs 210.50-222.50, thin fleshed 222.00-224.25; 700-750 lbs 204.50-214.50; 750-800 lbs 192.50-202.75; 800-900 lbs 192.00-198.50, 815 lbs replacements 208.50; 950-1000 lbs 170.00-182.50.

 

 

 

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