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Pratt 3 p.m. cattle sales report

The Pratt Livestock Feeder Cattle Auction, Pratt, Kan., on Sept. 5, reported estimated receipts of 3,000 head, as of 3 p.m., according to the Kansas Department of Agriculture-USDA Market News, Dodge City, Kan.

Compared with last week, steers weighing between 750 to 900 pounds were steady to $3 higher, animals weighing between 900 to 1000 pounds were $2 lower, those weighing between 1000 to 1050 pounds were steady. Heifers weighing 650 to 850 pounds were firm to $1 higher. There were not enough steers weighing 750 pounds and under and heifers weighing 650 pounds and under for a market test as of 3 p.m.

Feeder steers: Medium and large frame 1, 700 to 750 lbs., 157.50 to 158.75; 8 head, 725 to 735 lbs., thin fleshed 164.00 to 166.00; 8 head, 703 lbs., value added 173.00; 58 head, 770 lbs., 158.00; 800 to 850 lbs., 154.00 to 157.60; 850 to 900 lbs., 154.10 to 157.00; 900 to 950 lbs., 147.10 to 148.85; 950 to 1000 lbs., 142.00 to 145.10; 1000 to 1050 lbs., 139.00 to 143.50.

Feeder heifers: Medium and large frame 1, 650 to 700 lbs., 153.85 to 156.50; 700 to 750 lbs., 150.10 to 153.50; 750 to 800 lbs., 148.25 to 150.85; 800 to 850 lbs., 147.10 to 149.10.

Date: 9/09/2013



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