The OKC West Livestock Market, Inc., El Reno, OK, March 28, reported estimated receipts of 2,000 head, compared to 3,351 head last week, according to the USDA Market News Service, Oklahoma City, OK.

Compared to last week, feeder and stocker steers were steady to $2 higher, with most advances on six-weights. Feeder and stocker heifers were steady. Demand was good for feeders and extremely good for stocker cattle. Quality was mostly average. Feeder cattle were in slightly thin to medium flesh, with a few grain-fed and fleshy. Stocker cattle were in thin to medium flesh. Weighups were mostly average, with few full.

Slaughter cows were $2 to $3 lower. Slaughter bulls sold $1 lower. Packer demand was light to moderate. A total of 215 cows and bulls sold, with 35% going to packers. The supply consisted of 49% yearlings more than 600 pounds, 40% calves and light yearlings less than 600 pounds and 11% cows and bulls. Heifers comprised 45% of the feeder and calf supply.

Feeder steers: Medium and large frame 1, few, 300 to 350 lbs., 137.00 to 138.00; 400 to 450 lbs., 117.00 to 123.00; 450 to 475 lbs., 114.00 to 117.00; 500 to 550 lbs., 107.00 to 114.50; lot, 570 lbs., 102.50; 600 to 650 lbs., 95.50 to 100.00; 650 to 700 lbs., 94.00 to 96.00; 700 to 775 lbs., 86.75 to 91.00; 800 to 900 lbs., 81.50 to 86.25; 900 to 925 lbs., 82.00 to 82.25; lot, 1090 lbs., 77.50. Medium and large frame 2, 300 to 400 lbs., 118.00 to 126.00; 400 to 500 lbs., 105.00 to 113.00; 500 to 600 lbs., 96.00 to 99.00; lot, 695 lbs., 90.50; 775 to 800 lbs., 82.00 to 83.75; 825 lbs., 81.50. Holsteins, large frame 3, lot, 540 lbs., 79.50; 685 lbs., 71.50; 755 lbs., 70.00.

Feeder heifers: Medium and large frame 1, 350 to 400 lbs., 108.00 to 119.00; 400 to 500 lbs., 102.00 to 108.50, fleshy, 93.00 to 96.50; 500 lbs., thin, 100.00; 525 to 600 lbs., 90.75 to 98.25; 600 to 700 lbs., 84.00 to 90.25; 700 to 750 lbs., 82.00 to 83.75; few, 800 to 825 lbs., 80.00 to 81.50. Medium and large frame 2, 300 to 375 l bs 106.00 to 108.00; 400 to 475 lbs., 94.00 to 101.00; 500 to 600 lbs., 87.50 to 94.50; 685 lbs., 82.00.

Slaughter cows: Breakers, 8 head, 75 to 80% lean, 1100 to 1550 lbs., average dressing, 41.00 to 43.50; high dressing, 44.50; low dressing, 41.00 to 41.50. Boners, 24 head, 80 to 85% lean, 900 to 1500 lbs., average dressing, 40.00 to 42.50; high dressing, 43.00 to 46.50; low dressing, 36.50 to 41.50. Lean, 34 head, 85 to 90% lean, 850 to 1300 lbs., average dressing, 39.00 to 42.00; high dressing, 41.00 to 45.50; low dressing, 35.00 to 38.50.

Slaughter bulls: Yield grade 1 and 2, 4 head, 1100 to 1875 lbs., average dressing, 53.50; low dressing, 50.50 to 51.00.

Replacement cows: Medium and large frame 1, heifers, 900 to 1050 lbs., 6 to 8 months bred, average quality, 640.00 to 710.00; heifers, 750 to 850 lbs., 7 to 8 months bred, average quality, 520.00 to 550.00; 6 years olds, 1250 to 1450 lbs., 5 to 8 months bred, average quality, 670.00 to 730.00; 10 years old and older, 950 to 1350 lbs., 5 to 8 months bred, average quality, 500.00 to 600.00.

Cow-calf pairs: Medium and large frame 1, 3 to 8 years old, 750 to 1250 lbs., with 150- to 300-lb. calf, average quality, 860.00 to 890.00; 9 to 10 years old, 950 to 1250 lbs., with 125- to 200-lb. calf, average quality, 610.00 to 660.00.

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