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West Plains regional cattle sales report

The Ozarks Regional Stockyards, West Plains, Mo., reported receipts of 3,200 head, March 5, compared to 3,588 head, last year, according to the Missouri Department of Agriculture-USDA Market News, Jefferson City, Mo.

Compared to the bigger run two weeks ago, steers under 450 pounds sold $8 to $12 higher, 450 to 700 pounds were steady to mostly $3 higher, over 700 pounds were $3 to $5 lower, full decline on weight over 750 pounds. Heifers under 550 pounds were steady to $3 higher, over 550 pounds were steady to mostly $2 lower. The supply was moderate, several loads and bunches weaned and double shot. Demand uneven, good for calves and lighter yearlings. The supply consisted of 60% steers, 40% heifers, around 54% weighed over 600 pounds.

Feeder steers: Medium and large frame 1, 300 to 400 lbs., 187.50 to 205.00, small package 335 lbs., thin weaned 212.50; 400 to 500 lbs., 177.00 to 200.00; 500 to 550 lbs., 174.00 to 186.00; 550 to 600 lbs., 156.00 to 170.00, fleshy 143.00 to 145.00; 600 to 700 lbs., 145.00 to 161.50, lot 31 head, fancy 659 lbs., 158.00, fleshy 140.00 to 146.00; 700 to 800 lbs., 128.00 to 133.00; package 955 lbs., 124.00. Medium and large frame 1 to 2, 270 to 300 lbs., 195.00 to 200.00; 300 to 400 lbs., 185.00 to 197.50, fleshy 80.00; 400 to 500 lbs., 168.00 to 188.00, fleshy 160.00 to 171.00; 500 to 550 lbs., 162.50 to 178.00, fleshy 156.00 to 162.00; 550 to 600 lbs., 149.00 to 160.00; 600 to 660 lbs., 144.00 to 152.00; 700 to 735 lbs., 136.00 to 144.00, few 775 to 790 lbs., 130.00. package fleshy 127.00; few 845 to 880 lbs., 127.50 to 130.00; 2 loads 934 lbs., 128.00, load 971 lbs., fleshy 121.25. Medium and large frame 2, few 400 to 450 lbs., 160.00 to 171.00, package 4470 lbs., 150.00; 500 to 600 lbs., 138.00 to 150.00, small package thin 159.00; package 600 lbs., 137.00; 720 to 735 lbs., 122.00 to 135.00; small package 758 lbs., 128.00.

Holsteins: Large frame 3, package 572 lbs., 102.00; lot 630 lbs., 95.50; lot 845 lbs., 92.50; package 939 lbs., 87.50.

Feeder heifers: Medium and large frame 1, few 275 to 290 lbs., thin 177.50 to 180.00; 300 to 400 lbs., 160.00 to 170.00, few thin near 300 lbs., 172.50 to 180.00; 400 to 500 lbs., 145.00 to 163.00; 500 to 600 lbs., 137.50 to 154.00, fleshy 127.00 to 139.00; 600 to 700 lbs., 126.00 to 139.00, some fleshy 120.00 to 129.00; 700 to 750 lbs., 123.00 to 126.00; Replacements 700 to 825 lbs., 131.00 to 133.00. Medium and large frame 1 to 2, several 265 to 280 lbs., thin 175.00 to 190.00; few 350 to 365 lbs., 157.00 to 168.00, lot weaned/thin 358 lbs., 175.00; 400 to 500 lbs., 144.00 to 160.00, lot thin 454 lbs., 162.00; 500 to 600 lbs., 134.00 to 147.00; 600 to 700 lbs., 126.00 to 138.00; 700 to 730 lbs., 125.00 to 130.00; few 750 to 770 lbs., 120.00 to 122.00; lot 940 lbs., 112.50. Medium and large frame 2, few 425 to 440 lbs., thin 149.00 to 152.00; 450 to 500 lbs., 134.00 to 140.00; few 500 to 550 lbs., 132.00 to 136.00, 550 to 600 lbs., 120.00 to 128.00, some thin 138.00 to 143.00; few 600 to 655 lbs., 120.00 to 130.00. Large frame 2, lot 434 lbs., thin 157.00.

Date: 3/11/2013



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