The Tulsa Stockyards, Tulsa, OK, reported receipts of 1,643 head of cattle June 26, compared to 994 head last week, according to the USDA Market News Service, Oklahoma City, OK.

Trade was active. Steers under 550 pounds were $4 higher; over 550 pounds, steady. Heifers were steady to $3 higher. Demand was good on most classes. Quality was comparable to last week. Condition was mostly average. Heifers were 45% of calf and feeder supply. Slaughter cows and bulls were $2 higher. Packer demand was good. Cows and bulls were near 15% of supply.

Feeder steers: Medium and large frame 1, 200 to 240 lbs., 125.00 to 160.00 (146.33); 250 to 295 lbs., 115.00 to 142.00 (127.85); 310 to 345 lbs., 118.00 to 139.00 (129.61); 350 to 395 lbs., 111.00 to 134.00 (122.40); 405 to 445 lbs., 109.00 to 120.00 (113.00); 450 to 493 lbs., 103.50 to 117.00 (106.77); 500 to 545 lbs., 95.00 to 107.50 (101.81); 550 to 597 lbs., 92.00 to 101.00 (94.75); 603 to 645 lbs., 88.00 to 96.00 (93.71); 650 to 690 lbs., 86.50 to 95.00 (89.49); 710 to 740 lbs., 85.00 to 88.00 (86.81); 750 to 784 lbs., 84.00 to 84.50 (84.34). Small and medium frame 1, 310 to 345 lbs., 95.00 to 105.00 (100.36); 350 to 395 lbs., 88.00 to 105.00 (97.45). Medium and large frame 1 and 2, 488 to 488 lbs., 100.25 to 100.25 (100.25). Medium and large frame 2, 400 to 435 lbs., 88.00 to 105.00 (96.07); 450 to 495 lbs., 90.00 to 104.50 (96.51); 553 to 593 lbs., 86.00 to 91.00 (88.59).

Feeder heifers: Medium and large frame 1, 200 to 240 lbs., 109.00 to 118.00 (113.48); 350 to 398 lbs., 98.00 to 108.00 (104.96); 400 to 445 lbs., 94.00 to 106.00 (98.66); 450 to 495 lbs., 90.00 to 101.00 (94.55); 500 to 545 lbs., 90.00 to 102.00 (92.12); 551 to 590 lbs., 87.00 to 93.00 (90.93); 600 to 642 lbs., 83.75 to 90.00 (85.25); 650 to 690 lbs., 81.00 to 88.00 (84.16); 700 to 705 lbs., 79.50 to 81.50 (81.12); 860 to 867 lbs., 72.00 to 74.50 (72.75). Small and medium frame 1, 400 to 445 lbs., 84.00 to 91.00 (89.07). Medium and large frame 1 and 2, 6 head, 542 lbs., 85.00; 6 head, 563 lbs., 87.00. Medium and large frame 2, 375 to 395 lbs., 80.00 to 87.00 (84.88); 400 to 445 lbs., 83.00 to 92.00 (86.74); 455 to 495 lbs., 79.00 to 92.00 (86.68); 500 to 545 lbs., 76.00 to 89.00 (84.50); 555 to 590 lbs., 75.00 to 87.00 (80.84).

Feeder bulls: Medium and large frame 1, 463 to 498 lbs., 96.00 to 102.00 (99.02); 505 to 545 lbs., 90.00 to 99.00 (96.08); 550 to 585 lbs., 84.00 to 97.50 (91.31); 600 to 640 lbs., 86.00 to 92.00 (90.12); 655 to 675 lbs., 84.00 to 88.00 (85.83); 705 to 740 lbs., 74.00 to 84.50 (79.72).

Slaughter cows: Breakers, 75 to 80% lean, 1000 to 1525 lbs., 40.50 to 44.50. Boners, 80 to 85% lean, 925 to 1525 lbs., average dressing, 41.00 to 45.50; high dressing, 46.75 to 50.50; low dressing, 35.50 to 40.50. Lean, 85 to 90%, 825 to 1475 lbs., average dressing, 40.00 to 44.50; high dressing, 45.75 to 52.00; low dressing, 35.50 to 40.50.

Slaughter bulls: Yield grade 1 and 2, 1500 to 1975 lbs., average dressing, 50.00 to 55.50; high dressing, 55.50 to 60.00.

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