Cattle Market Report

The market was steady to 3 higher on the front end calves that were worked and vaccinated. The unworked calves had moderate demand. I wouldn’t look for any gains on them with the health issues that go with them this time of year. The long weaned calves had good demand. The feeder cattle steers were 2 higher on the true yearlings and the heavy calves were steady. The stock cow market was steady on young cows. The packer cows were 2-3 lower on the good cows and 5-6 cheaper on the thin and light carcass cows. We will have our Special cow sale on Wednesday, November 10th. Please call the office to make consignments.
 
Date: 10-8-21
1555 head  
 Feeder Steers
  #2 & #3 #1
200-300 lbs.   170-200
300-400 lbs.   160-180
400-500 lbs.   150-170
500-600 lbs.   135-154
600-700 lbs.   130-150
700-800 lbs.   135-149
 
Feeder Heifers
  #2 & #3 #1
200-300 lbs.   135-165
300-400 lbs.   130-155
400-500 lbs.   130-150
500-600 lbs.   120-135
600-700 lbs.   118-138
700-800 lbs.   110-132
 #2’s and #3’s on Feeder steers and heifers will be 15-25 off of the #1’s
Slaughter Bulls, Yield Grade # 1 & # 2, 1200-2050 lbs: 70-90
Slaughter Cows, #1’s:  50-75
Cutter: 20-40
Stocker Cows PG’d Tested 3 – 9 yrs:
Large Frame 1000-1250 Medium Frame 700-900
Cow/Calf Pair with Calves under 250 lbs:
Large Frame 1100-1400 Medium Frame 700-1000
Baby Holstein Calves: n/a Cross Bred Calves: 75-150