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Cattle For Sale By David, San Angelo, sold out of the Tilden, Texas area to a San Angelo buyer nine open Certified Beefmaster heifers at $1900; out of the Lorena, Texas area to a Mountain Park, Okla. buyer 75 young two and three-stripe crossbred cows at $1100 delivered; and from the Throckmorton, Texas area to a Paint Rock, Texas buyer 32 first-calf fall calving cow-calf pairs at $1750.

 

     JCO Livestock LP, Montalba, Texas, bought for June delivery out of East Texas four loads of No. 1-1 crossbred steers to weigh 825 pounds at $123; for immediate delivery three loads of No. 1 Okie heifers weighing 750 at $120 delivered to a Kansas feedlot.

 

     USDA reports 1185 head of feeder cattle selling direct off Colorado range, all delivered basis for current delivery, including 185 medium and large No. 1 steers weighing 725 pounds at $141, 913 similar heifers weighing 750 at $125-128 and 87 heifers weighing 725 at $130.

 

     Northwest direct feeder cattle trade as confirmed by USDA totaled 17,000 head, including, for October and November delivery, all f.o.b. basis, 400 medium and large No. 1 steers to weigh 500-520 pounds at $150-155, 328 similar steers to weigh 550-585 at $147-150, 525 steers to weigh 625-640 at $138-141, 300 heifers to weigh 480-490 at $138-145, 241 heifers to weigh 535-540 at $138-139, 185 heifers to weigh 575-585 at $130-131, and 100 heifers to weigh 600 at $124; f.o.b. for September and October 300 steers to weigh 650 at$136 and 250 heifers to weigh 610 at $143; for August and September, delivered, 2210 steers to weigh 875 at $124 and 2200 heifers to weigh 825 at $120; for July and August 120 steers to weigh 870 at $124.80 delivered; delivered for June and July 2200 steers to weigh 875 at $124 and 2200 heifers to weigh 825 at $120; for May and June 350 heifers to weigh 850 at $116.50 delivered; f.o.b. for current delivery 100 steers weighing 625 at $138, 242 steers weighing 730 at $132.50, 150 steers weighing 825 at $125, 400 steers weighing 860-875 at $122-123, and 300 heifers weighing 640 at $122.

 

     USDA reports 3946 head of feeder cattle selling direct in Oklahoma, mostly f.o.b. basis, including 400 medium and large No. 1 steers to weigh 700 pounds at $116.92 for June delivery; for current delivery 265 similar steers weighing 725-735 at $128.24-131.09, 152 steers weighing 775 at $128, 530 steers weighing 800-832 at $121-124.83, 806 steers weighing 800 at $126 delivered, 134 heifers weighing 675 at $125.09, 141 heifers weighing 750 at $116.69, and 596 heifers weighing 764-771 delivered.

 

     Wyoming and Nebraska direct feeder cattle trade by USDA count came to 1917 head, all for current delivery and mostly f.o.b. basis, including 185 medium and large No. 1 steers weighing 725 pounds at $139.65, 300 similar steers weighing 800 at $124.50, 185 steers weighing 850 at $127.75 delivered, 1020 heifers weighing 750-780 at $117-126.51, and 227 heifers weighing 710-725 at $124.86-128.35.

 

     USDA reports 404 head of feeder cattle selling direct in the Dakotas, all f.o.b. for current delivery, including 125 medium and large No. 1 steers weighing 825 at $124 and 213 similar heifers weighing 750 at $120.66.

 

     New Mexico direct feeder cattle trade by USDA count came to 1500 head, all f.o.b. and current, including 437 medium and large steers weighing 535 pounds at $161.20 and 506 similar heifers weighing 525 at $145.20.


 

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