The Woodward Livestock Auction, Woodward, OK, reported receipts of 7,630 head Jan. 10, compared to 2,420 head last week, according to the USDA Market News Service, Oklahoma City, OK.

Compared to last week, feeder steers were $2 lower; over 850 pounds, $1 lower. Feeder heifers were $1.50 to $2 lower. Steer calves were steady. Heifer calves and stocker heifers were steady to $1 higher. Demand was moderate for feeders and good for calves. Fill was average. Quality was average to attractive, with few plain. The supply was comprised of 60% steers and 39% heifers, with 70% over 600 pounds. Slaughter cows and bulls were steady. A total of 821 cows and bulls sold, with 51% going to the packers.

Feeder steers: Medium and large frame 1, 8 head, 335 lbs., 120.00; 7 head, 352 to 363 lbs., 119.00 to 121.00 (120.42); 415 to 446 lbs., 96.00 to 107.00 (102.44); 407 to 430 lbs., 109.50 to 114.00 (112.68) thin; 450 to 498 lbs., 97.00 to 105.50 (99.83); 500 to 539 lbs., 96.10 to 100.00 (96.63); 552 to 598 lbs., 86.00 to 92.00 (90.04); 552 to 589 lbs., 91.75 to 93.25 (91.89) fancy; 602 to 648 lbs., 83.85 to 86.25 (85.36); 651 to 699 lbs., 83.60 to 85.75 (84.25); 700 to 748 lbs., 82.50 to 84.25 (83.51); 750 to 797 lbs., 81.50 to 85.40 (82.96); 800 to 833 lbs., 79.00 to 82.40 (80.56); 851 to 897 lbs., 77.50 to 82.50 (79.73); 19 head, 905 to 947 lbs., 77.75 to 80.00 (78.79); 27 head, 952 lbs., 80.50; 17 head, 989 lbs., 76.00, fleshy. Medium and large frame 1 and 2, 666 to 674 lbs., 82.00 to 83.75 (82.58); 62 head, 805 lbs., 79.25. Medium and large frame 2, 7 head, 509 lbs., 86.50; 6 head, 635 lbs., 83.00; 15 head, 650 to 675 lbs., 81.00 to 83.25 (82.79); 14 head, 716 to 725 lbs., 79.00 to 81.00 (80.14); 780 to 791 lbs., 78.00 to 80.00 (79.64); 7 head, 934 lbs., 75.50; 13 head, 953 lbs., 75.50.

Feeder bulls: Medium and large frame 1, 6 head, 508 lbs., 89.00; 14 head, 630 lbs., 78.25.

Feeder heifers: Medium and large frame 1, 394 to 398 lbs., 99.00 to 102.00 (101.72); 12 head, 364 lbs., 110.00, thin; 400 to 449 lbs., 88.00 to 98.00 (91.98); 18 head, 400 lbs., 106.00, thin; 458 to 488 lbs., 86.50 to 93.00 (88.86); 501 to 548 lbs., 83.50 to 87.00 (84.59); 557 to 598 lbs., 80.75 to 85.00 (82.64); 602 to 641 lbs., 79.75 to 82.25 (81.37); 653 to 697 lbs., 79.00 to 81.50 (80.63); 706 to 744 lbs., 78.00 to 80.25 (78.71); 752 to 797 lbs., 77.00 to 80.80 (78.62); 14 head, 878 to 890 lbs., 76.50 to 79.50 (78.42); 8 head, 913 lbs., 75.00; 11 head, 1028 lbs., 73.50. Medium and large frame 2, 459 to 493 lbs., 83.25 to 83.50 (83.37); 528 to 545 lbs., 80.00 to 81.25 (80.52); 11 head, 550 lbs., 78.25; 7 head, 744 lbs., 78.00; 7 head, 759 lbs., 76.50.

Slaughter cows: Breakers, 6 head, 75 to 80% lean, 1375 to 1600 lbs., 36.50; low dressing, 38.50. Boners, 110 head, 80 to 85% lean, 1100 to 1550 lbs., 35.50 to 37.50; high dressing, 38.00 to 40.00; low dressing, 34.00. Lean, 256 head, 85 to 90% lean, 850 to 1350 lbs., 35.50 to 37.00; high dressing, 37.75 to 42.50; low dressing, 30.00 to 34.50.

Slaughter bulls: Yield grade 1 and 2, 49 head, 1275 to 2425 lbs., 45.00 to 48.00; high dressing, 48.50 to 51.00; low dressing, 40.00 to 43.50.

Replacement cows: Medium and large frame 1, 3 to 4 years old, 1039 lbs., 6 to 7 months bred, high quality, blacks, 900.00; 5 to 6 years old, 1125 to 1150 lbs., 6 to 7 months bred, high quality, blacks, 900.00; 7 to 8 years old, 1125 to 1150 lbs., 5 to 7 months bred, high quality, blacks, 780.00 to 820.00; 8 years old, 1025 lbs., 4 to 5 months bred, average quality, blacks, 680.00; 8 to 9 years old, 950 to 1100 lbs., 5 to 7 months bred, average quality, 500.00 to 600.00.

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