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Lexington livestock market report


The Lexington Livestock Market, Lexington, Neb., reported receipts of 3,950 head Jan. 25, compared to 4,714 head last week and 2,600 head last year, according to the Nebraska Department of Agriculture-USDA Market News Service, Kearney, Neb.

Compared to last week, steers sold mostly steady to $1 higher and heifers sold steady to $4 higher. Demand was good for all offerings from a large crowd of buyers. Several large strings of long-time weaned calves were on hand today with several lots carrying an age/sourced tag. The offerings consisted of 95% feeders with the balance on bred heifers. Steers comprised of 64% of the run with nearly 86% of the total over 600 pounds.

Feeder steers: Medium and large frame 1, 29 head, 490 lbs., 190.75; 501 to 549 lbs., 180.00 to 185.50 (182.63); 587 to 597 lbs., 157.25 to 159.25 (158.32); 600 to 642 lbs., 155.75 to 158.50 (157.43); 136 head, 622 lbs., 163.75 thin fleshed; 28 head, 670 lbs., 154.50; 717 to 736 lbs., 146.50 to 148.25 (147.22); 751 to 794 lbs., 145.00 to 147.75 (146.79); 806 to 848 lbs., 136.50 to 143.00 (140.52); 868 to 890 lbs., 134.50 to 139.85 (138.37); 900 to 947 lbs., 133.00 to 139.00 (137.17). Medium and large frame 1 to 2, 6 head, 405 lbs., 194.00; 500 to 540 lbs., 172.25 to 180.00 (178.24); 8 head, 578 lbs., 141.75; 9 head, 618 to 641 lbs., 147.50 to 152.50 (149.21); 10 head, 676 lbs., 149.00; 15 head, 845 lbs., 135.75; 868 to 891 lbs., 133.00 to 135.00 (134.78); 15 head, 973 lbs., 131.50. Large frame 1, 66 head, 688 lbs., 146.00.

Feeder heifers: Medium and large frame 1, 17 head, 434 lbs., 169.00; 462 to 468 lbs., 170.00 to 173.50 (172.63); 505 to 532 lbs., 148.00 to 151.50 (148.98); 600 to 648 lbs., 139.00 to 144.00 (141.76); 670 to 693 lbs., 139.85 to 140.25 (140.02); 701 to 746 lbs., 138.25 to 139.85 (139.32); 64 head, 713 lbs., 145.50 replacement; 759 to 790 lbs., 135.00 to 136.35 (135.93); 54 head, 811 lbs., 134.10; 18 head, 821 lbs., 140.50 replacement; 122 head, 852 lbs., 137.20; 14 head, 941 lbs., 130.25); 40 head, 955 lbs., 132.50. Medium and large frame 1 to 2, 12 head, 281 lbs., 180.00; 10 head, 381 lbs., 168.00; 5 head, 407 lbs., 145.00; 15 head, 543 to 548 lbs., 141.75 to 146.00 (143.72); 8 head, 550 lbs., 145.75; 9 head, 626 lbs., 137.50.

Bred cows: Medium and large frame 1 to 2, 2 years old, AI bred for one day, third stage, 1070 to 1080 lbs., 1510.00 to 1550.00; Bull Bred, third stage, 970 to 1060 lbs., 1300.00 to 1450.00. To calve at the end March, for 60 days, 960 to 1000 lbs., 1360.00.

Date: 2/4/2013



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