No sales were reported in Kansas feedlots Oct. 10, compared with none last week and 38,300 head last year, according to the USDA Market News Service, Dodge City, KS.

Trade was quiet. No sales of slaughter steers or heifers were confirmed. Inquiry was moderate. Demand was light. Sales were confirmed for the week to date on 64,200 head, including 28,800 head of previously contracted or formulated cattle.

Asking prices were $69 to $70 per cwt. A few bids were $65 to $66.00 per cwt.

The last sales were Friday, Oct. 6, at $67.50 to $68 per cwt., with a few at $68.50.

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