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Cattle Significantly Lower at Oklahoma National Stockyards on Monday

Tue, 25 Feb 2020 05:36:55 CST

Cattle Significantly Lower at Oklahoma National Stockyards on Monday
   

AUCTION
This Week                13,000
Last Reported             8,740

*** Close ***
Compared to last week: Feeder steers sold 6.00-10.00 lower. Feeder heifers trading mostly 7.00-9.00 lower. Steer calves 6.00-16.00 lower. Heifer calves 6.00-10.00 lower. Demand light. Quality plain to average. Both Feeder and Live cattle contracts on the CME trading sharply lower with limit down shown on a majority of feeder cattle contract months. Last Friday's COF slightly positive but outside fears are pulling the markets lower. Muddy conditions experienced in parts of the trading area today after yesterday's light rainfall. Supply included: 100% Feeder Cattle (62% Steers, 37% Heifers, 1% Bulls). Feeder cattle supply over 600 lbs was 62%.

FEEDER CATTLE
STEERS - Medium and Large 1 (Per Cwt / Actual Wt)
Head      Wt Range     Avg Wt       Price Range      Avg Price
47             326-341        334         208.00-211.00       209.17
104           374-395        384         188.00-197.00      193.49

82             403-449        425         185.00-195.50      189.91
25             435-437        435         173.00-179.00      178.28 Unweaned
92             450-488        468         172.50-185.00      177.45
9                  475            475               168.00             168.00 Unweaned
15                456            456               202.00             202.00 Value Added

312           511-548        530         163.00-178.50      169.55
417           550-599        584         158.50-172.00      163.84
94             552-573        563         176.50-179.25      178.56 Thin Fleshed
18             563-583        566         143.00-150.00      148.80 Unweaned

330           601-649        628         146.00-161.00      152.53
12                 600           600               166.00             166.00 Thin Fleshed
327           650-692        665         142.00-156.50      147.48
13                 676           676               140.00             140.00 Fleshy
50                 664           664               160.00             160.00 Thin Fleshed

483          702-742         719      132.00-144.50          137.42
6                  730            730            130.00                 130.00 Fleshy
38            702-735         731      125.00-131.00          125.76 Full
19               717             717            130.00                 130.00 Unweaned
561          751-793         774      125.00-139.50          133.50
49               793             793            125.00                 125.00 Fleshy
8                 763             763            126.00                 126.00 Full

460         800-846          812      125.75-135.00          130.51
43           841-844          843      123.00-125.00          123.88 Fleshy
440         854-888          873      121.00-130.00          123.74
18           887-888          887      118.00-119.50          118.33 Full
81               866             866           136.50                 136.50 Thin Fleshed

210         900-923          913      118.00-127.50          124.12
85           982-995          990      113.00-121.25          116.23
4                 961             961            105.50                105.50 Full

73        1003-1006       1005       116.50-122.00         120.57
15             1071            1071            118.00                118.00
19             1172            1172             110.75                110.75

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


00219_OklahomaNationalFinal02252020.pdf
   

 

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