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Cattle For Sale By David, San Angelo, sold out of the Sundown, Texas area to a Fort Scott, Kan. buyer 120 young heavy bred Angus cows at $1475.

 

JCO Livestock LP, Montalba, Texas, bought out of the Rusk, Texas area one load of No. 1 Okie and crossbred steers weighing 725 pounds at $120 and the heifer mates weighing 675 at $116, and sold a short load of No. 1 Okie steers and bulls weighing 274 at $209.63 on a delivered basis to a New Mexico buyer. 

 

     USDA reports 2515 head of feeder cattle selling direct off Colorado range, all delivered basis for current delivery, including 1110 medium and large No. 1 steers weighing 750 pounds at $136.20, 360 similar steers weighing 800-825 at $124-126, and 825 heifers weighing 750-780 at $120-125.

 

     Northwest direct feeder cattle trade as confirmed by USDA totaled 2650 head, including, for March and April delivery 250 medium and large No. 1 steers to weigh 850 pounds at $122.50 and 790 similar heifers to weigh 850 at $115.50-170, both delivered prices; for current delivery 200 steers weighing 800 at $120 f.o.b., 250 steers weighing 800 at $126 delivered, 120 heifers weighing 700 at $122-122.50 f.o.b., 150 heifers weighing 800 at $119 delivered, and 500 heifers weighing 850 at $114-118 delivered.

 

     USDA reports 3996 head of feeder cattle selling direct in Oklahoma, all f.o.b. basis, including 270 medium and large No. 1 heifers to weigh 700 pounds at $114.69 for June delivery; for May 225 similar heifers to weigh 650 at $119.70; for April 715 steers to weigh 750 at $124; for current delivery 765 steers weighing $125.85, 183 steers weighing 800-825 at $120.50-124.25, 540 steers weighing 885 at $125.25, and 121 heifers weighing 801 at $122.71.

 

     Kansas direct feeder cattle trade by USDA count came to 1844 head, including 780 medium and large No. 1 steers to weigh 800 pounds at $123 delivered in May; for April delivery 120 similar steers to weigh 825 at $121.50 delivered; for current delivery 278 steers weighing 765-785 at $126-128.50 f.o.b. and 315 steers weighing 850-884 at $120.40-124.28 f.o.b.

 

     USDA reports 2672 head of feeder cattle selling direct in Wyoming and Nebraska, all for current delivery, including 1110 medium and large No. 1 steers weighing 750 pounds at $135.11 f.o.b., 199 similar steers weighing 840 at $121.69 f.o.b., 635 heifers weighing 750-780 at $121.69-124.18 f.o.b., and 728 heifers weighing 730 at $128 delivered.

 

     New Mexico direct trade by USDA count totaled 10,700 head, all f.o.b. basis, including 3000 medium and large 1-2 steers to weigh 575 pounds at $124.50 for May delivery; for April 2000 similar steers to weigh 575 at $124.50; for March 200 steers to weigh 575 at $124.50, 350 steers to weigh 675 at $128.43, and 190 steers to weigh 825 at $122.52; for current delivery 300 steers weighing 660 at $136.39 and 180 steers weighing 800 at $125.52.


 

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