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Feeder Steers, Feeder Heifers, Steer Calves and Heifer Calves All Lower at Oklahoma National on Monday

Tue, 21 May 2019 05:42:12 CDT

Feeder Steers, Feeder Heifers, Steer Calves and Heifer Calves All Lower at Oklahoma National on Monday
Oklahoma National Stockyards - Close

   

AUCTION
This Week Last Reported
5/13/2019
Last Year
Total Receipts: 8,000 5,192 9,423

***Close***
Compared to last week: Feeder steers 600-700 lbs. 2.00-3.00 lower, heavier weights mostly steady. Feeder heifers 2.00 lower with exception of 700-800 lbs. 1.00 higher. Steer calves 500-550 lbs. 3.00 lower, other weights not tested. Heifer calves lightly tested with a lower undertone noted. Quality plain to attractive. Trade active. Huge fed kills by the packers lately showing feedlots becoming more current. Unseasonably cool, wet weather slowing beef demand and grilling season. The abundance of fed beef in May is largest in years and corn planting is closing on records for the least amount of acres planted for this time in May. Supply included: 100% Feeder Cattle (63% Steers,36% Heifers, 1% Bulls). Feeder cattle supply over 600 lbs was 81%.

FEEDER CATTLE
STEERS - Medium and Large 1 (Per Cwt / Actual Wt)
Head      Wt Range        Avg Wt          Price Range           Avg Price
3                 248               248                  205.00                  205.00

11          313-338             324             185.00-189.00          187.11
8               392                 392                    188.00               188.00

6              433                 433                     173.00               173.00
29         459-472             467              174.00-177.00          175.69
8             464                  464                     173.00               173.00 Fleshy
6             468                  468                     169.00               169.00 Unweaned

100      501-549             530               169.00-178.00          174.69
37        563-576             571               160.00-163.00          160.85
9             595                 595                      145.00                145.00 Unweaned

150     606-644              627               156.00-172.00          162.19
45       653-696              666               150.00-160.00          154.54
8            675                  675                     148.00                148.00 Fleshy
55          697                  697                     143.75                143.75 Unweaned

95       702-746             715                142.00-151.00           146.14
442     758-795             765                136.00-140.10           137.69
8            769                 769                       130.00                130.00 Full

319     800-843             821                128.00-137.00           132.51
4             839                839                       127.00                127.00 Full
35           815                815                       140.50                140.50 Thin Fleshed
348     850-898             876                124.00-134.00           130.01
6             879                879                       120.00                120.00 Fleshy

348     900-949            921                116.25-129.00            121.96
167     952-997            970                114.00-120.50            116.11

286   1001-1017        1004                119.85-121.00            120.24
87     1068-1087        1084                110.25-112.00            110.41

For the complete market report from USDA Market News click on the PDF link below:


01929_OklahomaNationalFinal05202019.pdf
   

 

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