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Jun

The market this week was 4-6 higher this week on most all classes. We got some much need gains in the futures markets which gave hope that maybe we are at the bottom even though we sold fat cattle this week in the high 90s hopefully we’ll get them back over a 1.00 in next weeks. The feeder cattle had some good gains especially on the yearlings that had condition The packer cows on the other hand took a completely opposite turn packer cows and bulls 3-6 lower this week. Stock cows stayed steady on the few young cows we had still lots of old cows just keep coming to town. Hopefully we’ll get some rain these wheat guys are setting on go to start planting.

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 09/13/19
 1139 hd
#2 & #3 #1
200-300 lbs. 175-200
300-400 lbs. 160-180
400-500 lbs. 145-175
500-600 lbs. 130-145
600-700 lbs. 135-149
700-800 lbs. 135-142
Feeder Heifers
#2 & #3 #1
200-300 lbs. 160-185
300-400 lbs. 150-165
400-500 lbs. 135-150
500-600 lbs. 120-135
600-700 lbs. 125-135
700-800 lbs. 115-128
 #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:70-88
Slaughter Cows, #1’s: 45-62
Cutter: 35-45
Stocker Cows PG’d Tested 3 – 9 yrs:
Large Frame 950-1225 Medium Frame  600-850
Cow/Calf Pair with Calves under 250 lbs:
Large Frame 1100-1350 Medium Frame  800-900
Baby Holstein Calves: N/A Cross Bred Calves:100-200