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OKC West livestock auction report

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The OKC West Livestock Auction, El Reno, Okla., reported receipts of 3,326 head April 3, compared to 3,205 head last week and 3,577 head last year, according to the USDA-Oklahoma Department of Agriculture Market News, Oklahoma City, Okla.

Compared to last week, feeder steers were $4 to $6 higher. Feeder heifers were steady to firm with limited comparable sales. A light supply of steer and heifer calves sold sharply higher, especially for thin fleshed and weaned calves. Several days of rainfall has swept through the area relieving wheat fields and pastures and more is in the forecast for this weekend. Demand was moderate to very good. Quality as was plain to attractive. The supply included 71% over 600 pounds with 35% heifers.

Feeder steers: Medium and large frame 1, 19 head, 299 lbs., 232.00; 381 to 393 lbs., 213.00; 430 to 437 lbs., 189.50 to 191.00 (189.70); 484 to 488 lbs., 180.00 to 185.50 (181.88); 526 to 549 lbs., 162.00 to 164.00 (162.34); 523 to 545 lbs., 181.00 to 182.75 (181.89) thin fleshed; 555 to 574 lbs., 161.00 to 163.00 (161.40); 88 head, 570 lbs., 182.25 thin fleshed; 617 to 645 lbs., 156.00 to 159.00 (157.41); 85 head, 634 lbs., 164.00 thin fleshed; 18 head, 669 to 671 lbs., 146.50; 4 head, 678 lbs., 145.00 calves; 723 to 735 lbs., 144.00 to 144.75 (144.57); 82 head, 754 lbs., 141.75; 833 to 835 lbs., 131.00 to 131.25 (131.11); 859 to 886 lbs., 127.00 to 130.00 (128.69); 902 to 936 lbs., 125.00 to 127.60 (126.88); 967 to 995 lbs., 122.50 to 123.85 (123.38); 1006 to 1016 lbs., 122.00 to 123.80 (123.15); 26 head, 1095 lbs., 119.50. Medium and large frame 1 to 2, 8 head, 439 lbs., 171.00; 4 head, 493 lbs., 152.00; 571 to 593 lbs., 153.00 to 157.00 (155.11); 8 head, 615 lbs., 146.00; 5 head, 679 lbs., 140.00 calves; 7 head, 746 lbs., 133.00; 770 to 796 lbs., 136.00 to 137.00 (136.07); 24 head, 842 lbs., 127.50; 62 head, 885 lbs., 127.00. Medium and large frame 2, 12 head, 719 lbs., 127.00; 10 head, 795 lbs., 127.00; 22 head, 856 lbs., 126.50 thin fleshed. Medium and large frame 3, 10 head, 915 lbs., 109.00.

Feeder bulls: Medium and large frame 1, 12 head, 738 lbs., 127.00; 8 head, 796 lbs., 124.00; 10 head, 894 lbs., 109.00.

Feeder heifers: Medium and large frame 1, 16 head, 305 lbs., 185.00; 20 head, 363 lbs., 174.00; 400 to 418 lbs., 166.00 to 170.00 (168.25); 467 to 489 lbs., 152.00 to 159.50 (158.04); 501 to 530 lbs., 151.00 to 155.00 (152.54); 554 to 577 lbs., 141.00 to 148.50 (147.65); 11 head, 569 lbs., 152.00 thin fleshed; 607 to 639 lbs., 143.00 to 146.00 (144.22); 3 head, 655 lbs., 138.00; 21 head, 705 lbs., 127.25; 760 to 788 lbs., 124.25 to 125.50 (125.19); 23 head, 812 lbs., 119.60; 28 head, 880 lbs., 119.00. Medium and large frame 1 to 2, 3 head, 338 lbs., 155.00; 6 head, 373 lbs., 163.00; 19 head, 434 to 445 lbs., 150.00 to 157.00 (151.13); 5 head, 593 lbs., 143.00; 662 to 699 lbs., 129.25 to 135.00 (130.89); 4 head, 656 lbs., 138.00 thin fleshed; 19 head, 706 to 723 lbs., 124.00 to 126.00 (125.15); 17 head, 709 lbs., 130.00 thin fleshed; 760 to 784 lbs., 123.00 to 123.50 (123.08); 824 to 840 lbs., 116.50 to 119.00 (116.82); 15 head, 938 lbs., 114.00 fleshy. Medium and large frame 2, 6 head, 430 lbs., 129.00; 9 head, 569 lbs., 125.00.

Date: 4/8/2013



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