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San Angelo livestock auction report

The San Angelo Producers Livestock Auction Report, San Angelo, Texas, reported estimated receipts of 631 head Feb. 21, compared to 934 head last week and 1,352 head last year, according to the USDA-Texas Department of Agriculture Market News, San Angelo, Texas.

Compared to last week, feeder steers and heifers were firm. Slaughter cows were firm to $2 higher, slaughter bulls were steady. Stock cows and pairs firm. Trading and demand was moderate for feeders, while trading was active with good demand for cows and bulls. The supply included 8% slaughter cows, 1% slaughter bulls, 90% feeders, 1% stock cows and pairs. The feeder supply included 50% were steers and bulls, 30% weighed over 600 pounds.

Feeder steers: Medium and large frame 1, 250 to 300 lbs., 210.00 to 217.50; 300 to 400 lbs., 205.00 to 228.00; 400 to 500 lbs., 185.00 to 189.00; 500 to 600 lbs., 162.00 to 169.00; 600 to 625 lbs., 144.00 to 145.50; 712 lbs., 130.00; 800 to 900 lbs., 120.00 to 121.00. Medium and large frame 1 to 2, 300 to 400 lbs., 190.00 to 201.00; 400 to 500 lbs., 173.00 to 182.00; 500 to 600 lbs., 152.00 to 162.00; 600 to 700 lbs., 124.00 to 131.00. Medium and large frame 2, 350 to 400 lbs., 170.00 to 182.00; 400 to 500 lbs., 163.00 to 171.00; 500 to 600 lbs., 142.00 to 150.00; 600 to 700 lbs., 124.00 to 131.00; 700 to 800 lbs., 120.00 to 126.00.

Feeder bulls: Medium and large frame 2, 500 to 600 lbs., 128.00 to 135.00; 650 to 700 lbs., 115.00 to 124.00; 750 to 850 lbs., 95.00 to 110.00.

Feeder heifers: Medium and large frame 1, 300 to 400 lbs., 191.00 to 200.00; 413 lbs., 174.00; 500 to 600 lbs., 143.00 to 145.50. Medium and large frame 1 to 2, 280 lbs., 182.00; 300 to 400 lbs., 187.00 to 188.00; 400 to 500 lbs., 151.00 to 158.00; 500 to 700 lbs., 130.00 to 138.00; 700 to 800 lbs., 113.00 to 115.00. Medium and large frame 2, 300 to 400 lbs., 160.00 to 170.00; 400 to 500 lbs., 130.00 to 145.00; 500 to 700 lbs., 115.00 to 129.00; 700 to 900 lbs., 100.00 to 107.00.

Slaughter cows: Breakers, 75 to 80% lean, 1500 to 1675 lbs., 70.00 to 75.00

Boners, 80 to 85% lean, 900 to 1475 lbs., 80.50 to 88.50; high dressing, 89.00 to 93.50; low dressing, 79.00 to 81.50

Lean, 85 to 90% lean, 850 to 1150 lbs., 77.00 to 80.00; low dressing, 75.00 to 77.00; 85 to 90% lean, 600 to 900 lbs., 65.00 to 75.00.

Slaughter bulls: Yield grade 1, 1400 to 2100 lbs., 99.00 to 107.00; high dressing, 110.00; low dressing, 1100 to 1750 lbs., 88.00 to 98.00.

Stock cows and heifers: Pregnancy tested, all sold by the head. Medium and large frame 1 to 2, 1085.00 to 1150.00. Medium and large frame 2, 960.00 to 1070.00, aged, 730.00 to 775.00.

Pairs: All sold by the pair. All have 200- to 450-lb. calves. Medium and large frame 1, 1600.00. Medium and large frame 1 to 2, 1325.00. Medium and large frame 2, 1075.00 to 1125.00.

Stocker and feeder cows: Medium and large frame 1 to 2, young, 800 to 1000 lbs., 102.00; young and middle age, 850 to 1050 lbs., 92.00 to 95.00 cwt; middle age, 800 to 1300 lbs., 81.00 to 90.00 cwt; thin and or aged, 800 to 1200 lbs., 78.00 to 85.00 cwt.

Date: 3/4/2013



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