High cutter and boner cattle $2-3 lower, lower cutter $2-5 lower, light calves and yearlings $2-3 lower. Receipts totaled 970 head.
Packer cows and bulls traded steady to $2 lower, young replacement cows and pairs steady, steers and heifers weighing 500 pounds and under were steady, steers and heifers weighing over 500 pounds sold mostly steady to $2 lower. Receipts totaled 2632 head.
Cows and bulls $1-2 lower, light steers $2-4 higher, heifers $1-3 higher. Cattle receipts totaled 858 head.
Feeder steers and heifers steady to $3 higher, slaughter cows and bulls steady. Receipts totaled 632 head.
The national comprehensive boxed beef cutout report showed prices down $8.69 from last week at $290.14.
Total red meat production under federal inspection for the week ending October 9 was estimated at 1093.9 million pounds. This was 3.5 percent higher than a week ago and 3.0 percent lower than a year ago. Cumulative meat production for the year to date was 0.4 percent higher than last year.
This week, feeder steers and heifers steady to $2 higher, slaughters also held steady. Receipts totaled 949 head.
Compared to last week, the first full week of October, which is annually the month with the most pressure for spring-born calves, sold unevenly steady from $5 higher to spots $5 lower depending on regions.
Domestic wool trading was inactive this week, with no confirmed trades reported.
Imported meat for the week ending October 2 totaled 47,302 metric tons. The following figures represent metric tons.