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     Cattle For Sale By David, San Angelo, sold out of the Lorena, Texas area to a Putnam, Texas buyer 120 young Angus and Angus-Plus two and three-stripe cows at $1200.

 

     4L Cattle Co., San Angelo, sold a load No. 1 Okie steers weighing 660 pounds for $158.50 delivered to Western Oklahoma; three loads of No. 1 feeder heifers weighing 915 for $110 delivered to the Texas Panhandle; for July 1 delivery a load of No. 1-1 Angus cross steers to weigh 785 for $145 delivered to the Tulia area.

 

     Mid-Tex Cattle Co., Seguin, Texas, sold a load No. 1 preconditioned Okie and cross steers weighing 474 pounds for $175 f.o.b. Seguin; a deck of No. 1-1 Okie steers weighing 560 at $161 and a deck of heifer mates at 437 pounds at $153; a deck of No. 1-1 steers and bulls weighing 338 at $183.75 and a deck of similar cattle weighing 259 at $193.50.

 

     USDA reports 3038 head of feeder cattle selling direct off Colorado range, all delivered basis, including 160 medium and large No. 1 steers to weigh 725 pounds at $173 for delivery later this month; for current delivery 300 similar steers weighing 750 at $162, 285 steers weighing 875 at $151.50, 1981 heifers weighing 740 at $161.25, and 200 heifers weighing 750 at $149.

 

     Northwest direct feeder cattle trade as confirmed by USDA totaled 4328 head, all delivered basis, including 2800 medium and large No. 1 heifers to weigh 840 pounds at $147.25 for August through October delivery; for September 850 similar heifers to weigh 860 at $142.50; for August and September 200 steers to weigh 875 at $147; for July 120 steers to weigh 850 at $150; for current delivery 298 heifers weighing 850 at $138-140.

 

     USDA reports 6277 head of feeder cattle selling direct in Oklahoma, mostly f.o.b., including 545 medium and large No. 1 heifers to weigh 700-725 pounds at $142.65-132.45 for November delivery; for October 610 similar heifers to weigh 700-725 at $142.30-145.10; for September 310 steers to weigh 625 at $168-169, 280 steers to weigh 700 at $158.75, 180 steers to weigh 800 at $149.25, 410 heifers to weigh 700 at $147.30-149.05, and 465 heifers to weigh 750-775 at $142.30-142.50; for August 280 steers to weigh 700 at $159.50 and 534 heifers to weigh 725 at $144.85-147.75; for July 200 heifers to weigh 725 at $142.75; for current delivery 201 steers weighing 760 at $156.79, 366 steers weighing 830 at $151.79, 305 steers weighing 850 at $150 delivered, and 325 heifers weighing 725 at $143.51-145.33.

 

     Montana direct feeder cattle trade by USDA count came to 2960 head, including 2800 medium and large No. 1 heifers to weigh 840 pounds at $147.25 delivered in August and September, and for June 160 similar steers to weigh 725 at $169.37 f.o.b.

 

     USDA reports 950 head of medium and large No. 1 feeder heifers selling direct in Wyoming and Nebraska, weighing 785 pounds at $146.99 f.o.b. for current delivery.

 

     New Mexico direct feeder cattle trade by USDA count totaled 2000 head, all f.o.b. basis, including 120 medium and large No. 1 heifers to weigh 800 pounds at $140 for September delivery; for August 325 similar steers to weigh 750 at $155.60; for current delivery 500 heifers weighing 575 at $148.50; also for current delivery 600 medium and large 1-2 steers weighing 575 at $161.50 and 180 such steers weighing 800 at $145.48.


 

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