Nebraska feedlots reported the sale of 300 head Sept. 12, compared with none last week or last year, according to the USDA Market News Service, Kearney, NE.

Trade on slaughter steers and heifers continued at a practical standstill, with too few sales reported for a market test. A few bids of $101.00 to $102 per cwt. dressed were reported. The weekly total included 13,500 formulas and contracts.

The most recent established market was Friday, Sept. 8, at $64 to $64.50 per cwt. live and mostly $102 per cwt. dressed.

Slaughter steers: Select and Choice, 2 to 3, 1300 to 1350 lbs., couple pens, 64.25 delivered.

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