We sold a total of 1405 head this week. 19 bulls, 131 lb cows, 105 bred cows, 24 cw/cf pairs, 25 goats and sheep, and 1101 feeder cfs. Overall I'm going to call the market cheaper. Replacement cattle were steady. The top end of the cw/cf pairs around $1600. The top end of the bred cows were 1290 with the majority in the 750-950 range. Butcher cows were a little cheaper. #1 cows in the 76-80 range. High cow was 84. High kill bull was 113. Feeders were cheaper on lighter to medium weights with good condition, steady on heavy weights and cheaper on thin plainer calves, which made up about 30% of the calves we saw yesterday. Overall the market was still pretty good, just a lot pickier and less aggresive all the way around. still fairly aggresive on good quality steers. We still saw a huge discount on oddball and missfit calves. Odds, shorts, and plains still seeing a discount. Please make sure you have minerals out for your cattle. Visit the USDA Market Report for a full detail report. Call for more info.
Quote of the day... "Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, today is a gift from God, Which is why we call it the present." -Bill Keane
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