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WEDNESDAY JANUARY 4, 1995
WEEKLY CATTLE SUMMARY
Complied to two weeks ago: Feeder
cattle and calves steady. Demand good for
yearlings, very good for calves. Quality of
light post holiday supply avenge to attrac
tive. Weigh conditions gaunt to average
and very auractive to buyers. Yearling
flesh condition generally medium off
wheat and much belter for buyers than
expected. Weather cold with light snow on
ground; enough snow to make roads slight
ly hazardous. The regular Monday sale was
not held due to holiday. Normal sale achc
thtle resumes next week. Receipts this
week 3,250; last week none; last year
3.417. Supply consisted of 67 percent year
lings and few calves over 600 lbs.; 27 per
cent calves under 600 lbs.; 6 percent cows
md bulls. Prices follow with weighted
average weight and price in parenthesis.
Feeder Steers; Medium and Large I:
350-400 lbs. (377 lbs.) $lOO.OO-$ 104.50
;$ 102.05); 450-500 lbs. (472 lbs.)
V 88.50-595.50 ($93.34); 500-550 lbs. (520
lbs.) 585.00-592.50 ($91.20); 550-600 lbs.
[574 lbs.) $81.50-$85.00 ($82.74);
500-700 lbs. (650 lbs.) $79.00-$82.25
[580.67); 700-800 lbs. (750 lbs.)
V 75.25-578.75 ($77.20); 800-900 lbs. (850
lbs.) $75.25-$77.00 ($75.39); 900-950 lbs.
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[916 lbs.) $73.25-$76.75 ($74.62);
350-1000 lbs. (974 lbs.) $70.00-$72.60
Feeder Heifers: Medium and Large 1: few
350-400 lbs. (369 lbs.) $80.50- $87.00
[582.93); 400-450 lbs. (429 lbs.)
VBO.OO-585.50 ($82.44); 450-500 lbs. (480
lbs.) $77.75-$81.50 ($79.48); 500-600 lbs.
[550 lbs.) $72.50-$78.75 ($75.75);
500-700 lbs. (650 lbs.) $73.50-$75.00
[574.70); few 750-800 lbs. (776 lbs)
Slaughter Cows: Outer, Boning and
Breaking Utility average dressing
V 37.00-$39.50; high dressing
V 41.00-543.50; few very high dressing
V 44.0- $45.00; low dressing
V 34.50-$36.50. Canner $31.50-$32.50.
Slaughter Bulls: Y.G. 1,1250-2250 lbs.
average dressing $55.00-$57.00; individu
al high dressing $59.00; low dressing
Replacement Cows: Pretested for
Bangs, pregnancy and age, Medium and
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V 448.00-$497,00. 8-9 yean old 850-1200
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Price* were unchanged to lower in the
Northern it and Midweit, unchanged else
where. The market tone was to
weak. Demand remained milted across the
(till range, and was mostly fair. Supplies
were at least adequate or available. Break
ing stock supplies were adequate to hilly
adequate, and the trade sentiment remained
weak. Live ben offerings were fully adequ
ate to ample for the light demand, and the
trade sentiment was about steady.
December 31, 199 S
Report supplied by auction
STEERS: M&L-l 300-500 LBS.
75.00-88.00, 500-700 LBS. 60.00-63.00;
700-1000 LBS. 62.00-65.00; HOLSTEIN
300-1000 LBS. 55.00-60.00.
FEEDER BULLS: 300-500 LBS.
50.00-65.00; 500-700 LBS. 60.00-62.00;
700-800 LBS. 50.00-55.00.
HEIFERS: M&L-l 300-500 LBS.
50.00-70.00, 500-700 LBS. 47.50-66.00;
700-1000 LBS. 48.00-59.00.
STOCK COWS: BEEF 350.00-740.00;
BABY CALVES 45.00-110.00.
SLAUGHTER COWS: UTILITY AND
COMMERCIAL 38.00-42.50; CANNER
AND CUTTERS 1-3 30.00-37.50;
SLAUGHTER BULLS 36.00-49.00.
LAMBS; BLUE O CHOICE AND
PRIME 71.00; RED O CHOICE 77.50;
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FEEDER LAMBS CHOICE 96.50-99.00;
SLAUGHTER EWES 25.00-50.00; HEAD
HOGS: TOP HOGS 34.00.
VEALS; CHOICE AND PRIME 85.00;
SLAUGHTER CALVES: 75.00.
STEERS: TOO FEW TO QUOTE.
HEIFERS: TOO FEW TO QUOTE.
GOOD COWS: 36.00-43.00.
CANNBRS AND CUTTERS:
VEALERS: 90-190 LBS. 99.00-220.00,
70-90 LBS. 50.00-99.00.
FEEDER PIGS: 10.00-20.00 PER
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Monday, January 2, 1995
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