Regional Cattle Auction Reports for Wednesday, February 13th

Posted weekly on Thursday
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North Central States

  • Hub City Livestock Auction - Aberdeen SD
    Receipts:  6000    Last Week:  4447    Year Ago:  5874
    Compared to last week:  steers 600 to 650 lbs steady with instances up to 6.00 higher, 651 to 700 lbs 2.00 to 4.00 higher, 701 to 800 lbs steady to 2.00 lower, 801 to 1000 lbs mostly steady with instances up to 4.00 lower on 900 to 950 lbs.  Best test on heifers 600 to 750 lbs mostly steady.  Good demand for today's large offering of packages, loads, and a few strings of mostly home raised and preconditioned steers and heifers.


South Central States
  • OKC West - El Reno OK
    Receipts           Week Ago              Year Ago
     7,776                 10,381                    12,466
    *** Final report *** Compared to last week:  Feeder steers traded steady to 2.00 higher, feeder heifers sold fully steady.  Demand moderate to good, despite cattle being in muddy condition due to recent rains and foggy overcast weather.  Steer and heifer calves traded 3.00-6.00 higher.  Demand good to very good especially weaned calves more suitable for wheat pasture.  Quality average to attractive.  Feeder cattle supply included 65 percent Steers, 2 percent Dairy Steers, 31 percent Heifers, and 2 percent Bulls. Feeder cattle supply over 600 lbs was 73 percent.
  • Southern Oklahoma Livestock Auction - Ada OK
    Receipts:  1,125    Last Week:  1,856    Year Ago:  1,602
    Compared to last week: Steer calves 2.00-4.00 higher except lightweights up to 10.00 higher. Heifer calves 1.00-3.00 higher. Demand was very good for all calves under 600 lbs., good for all others. Overall quality average to attractive with a good percentage of long-weaned calves offered. Continued muddy conditions still hampering movement for some producers. Heifers made up 39 percent of supply and cattle over 600 lbs 14 percent.
  • Clovis Livestock Auction - Clovis NM
    Receipts:  2185      Week Ago:  1760      Year Ago:  1623
    Compared to last week: Steer and heifer calves under 600 lbs 4.00-7.00 higher; over 600 lbs steady.  Slaughter cows and bulls 2.00-4.00 higher.  Trade very active, demand very good. Bulk supply Medium and Large 1-2 300-800 lb feeder steers and heifers. Slaughter cows 6 percent of the offering, slaughter bulls less than 1 percent, bred cows 4 percent, and pairs less than 1 percent and feeders 90 percent. In the feeder supply, steers made up approximately 43 percent of the run; feeder bulls 3 percent; heifers 54 percent; steers and heifers over 600 lbs total 25 percent.


Midwest States

  • Springfield Livestock Auction - Springfield MO
    Receipts           Week Ago              Year Ago
       801                    2,678                      2,047
    Compared to last week, steers steady to 3.00 lower, heifers steady to weak on a limited test.  Demand moderate, supply light.  Muddy conditions curtailed the receipts.  Feeder cattle supply included 26 percent Steers, 18 percent Dairy Steers, 44 percent Heifers, and 12 percent Bulls. Feeder cattle supply over 600 lbs was 48 percent.


Southeastern States

  • Letohatchee Stockyard - Letohatchee AL
    Receipts:  898    Last Week:  1274    Year Ago:  601
    Compared to one week ago: Slaughter cows and bulls sold steady to 5.00 higher. Replacement cows and pairs sold steady. Feeder cattle sold 3.00 to 8.00 higher. Supply consisted of 9 percent slaughter cows, 3 percent bulls, 2 percent replacement cows and pairs and 86 percent feeder cattle. The feeder supply included 39 percent steers, 17 percent bulls and 44 percent heifers. Near 21 percent of the run weighed over 600 lbs.
  • Arcadia Livestock Auction - Arcadia FL
    Receipts           Week Ago              Year Ago
     1,060                   835                            0
    Compared to last week:  Slaughter cows and bulls mostly steady.  Feeder steers, bulls, and heifers unevenly steady.  Feeder cattle supply included 45 percent Steers, 40 percent Heifers, and 15 percent Bulls. Feeder cattle supply over 600 lbs was 7 percent.



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Northeastern States

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