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Steady to $4 Higher on Yearlings- Steady to a Dollar Higher for Calves Monday at Oklahoma National Stockyards

Tue, 26 Mar 2019 05:56:00 CDT

Steady to $4 Higher on Yearlings- Steady to a Dollar Higher for Calves Monday at Oklahoma National Stockyards Oklahoma National Stockyards
Monday March 25, 2019

Total Receipts 7,000
Week Ago- 8,975
Year Ago- 4,243

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Compared to last week: Feeder steers and heifers sold steady to 4.00 higher. Steer and heifer calves steady to 1.00 higher. Quality average with a few big loads of attractive cattle on offer. Demand good. CME Feeder cattle contracts experienced huge gains over last week but lost those gains after settling down mostly triple digits across the board today.

Friday's cattle on feed report showed placements and on feed a little higher than last year which was much more than expected. Carcass weights continue to be impacted by the past devastating Winter weather conditions and have consistently been lower than last year. Many feedyards still ready for supplies after the cold weather has subsided for a week.

Supply included: 100% Feeder Cattle (47% Steers, 51% Heifers, 2% Bulls). Feeder cattle supply over 600 lbs was 45%.



STEERS - Medium and Large 1

Head       Wt Range       Avg Wt        Price Range              Avg Price
12            299                 299                203.00                 203.00 Fleshy
27            341-342          342             208.00-218.00          213.56
36            382-398          394             207.00-216.00          210.51
139          404-444          420             198.00-210.00          203.55
8                491                491                 190.00                  190.00
7              491                  491                  184.00                 184.00 Fleshy
160           506-549         535             179.00-188.00          184.38
7                531                531                   171.00                171.00 Fleshy
75              510                510                   193.00                193.00 Value Added
192           550-599         573             167.00-179.50          171.72
6                576               576                   160.00                160.00 Fleshy
95             610-637          621             165.50-175.50         170.02
28           612-637            631             159.00-161.00         160.51 Fleshy
154         652-688            677             151.00-160.00         155.18
7                 661               661                  145.00                 145.00 Fleshy
177         700-748            726              144.00-153.00        147.82
368         751-795            780              138.00-147.75        140.86
12               750                750                  136.00                136.00 Full
162         806-836            823              134.00-142.00        137.15
6                 800                800                  130.00                130.00 Fleshy
6                 842                842                  134.00                134.00 Full
294         858-899            884               131.75-137.00       133.54
20           913-925            919                   130.00               130.00
262         951-983            966               126.00-127.25       127.02
7               981                 981                    123.00               123.00 Fleshy
17            1025              1025                    124.75               124.75



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