Winter Livestock, Dodge City, Kansas, reported 1,219 head of cattle selling June 12, compared to 2,374 head the previous week and 1,954 head a year ago, according to the USDA-Kansas Department of Agriculture Market News, Dodge City, Kansas.

Compared to the previous week, it was a light sale with limited comparable weights. The feeder steers weighing 850 to 950 pounds were mostly steady to $1 higher. The feeder heifers from 750 to 800 pounds were selling $6 to $7 higher. The calves were unevenly steady using limited comparable weights. The slaughter cows were steady to $1 lower. The bulls were too lightly tested for a market trend and a higher undertone was noted. Overall, the demand was good to very good and the quality was average to attractive. The supply included 87% feeder cattle with 57% steers and 43% were heifers; 10% was slaughter cattle with 89% cows and 11% were bulls; and 3% was replacement cattle with 22% bred cows and 78% were cow-calf pairs. The feeder cattle supply weighing over 600 pounds was 92%.

No sale is planned for July 3.

Feeder steers: Medium and large frame 1, per hundredweight/actual weight, 3 head, 383 lbs., 183.00; 21 head, 539 lbs., 163.00; 10 head, 556 to 586 lbs., 154.00 to 161.50 (156.79); 35 head, 615 to 623 lbs., 154.00 to 155.00 (154.09); 14 head, 659 to 688 lbs., 146.75 to 150.00 (148.11); 18 head, 728 to 748 lbs., 132.75 to 138.25 (135.16); 28 head, 769 to 774 lbs., 130.50 to 134.00 (132.13); 32 head, 826 to 834 lbs., 130.00 to 132.25 (131.62); 193 head, 875 to 898 lbs., 122.25 to 124.25 (123.84); 93 head, 920 to 930 lbs., 121.50 to 124.10 (123.89); 54 head, 961 lbs., 119.25. Medium and large frame 1 to 2, 11 head, 589 lbs., 136.00; 6 head, 680 lbs., 129.00.

Feeder heifers: Medium and large frame 1, 6 head, 421 lbs., 168.00; 11 head, 498 lbs., 152.00; 3 head, 501 lbs., 137.00; 36 head, 603 to 642 lbs., 129.00 to 135.50 (133.48); 22 head, 661 to 671 lbs., 125.00 to 130.00 (128.09); 52 head, 736 to 741 lbs., 123.50 to 125.60 (125.40); 112 head, 753 to 794 lbs., 123.25 to 126.75 (124.38); 77 head, 814 to 821 lbs., 117.00 to 120.00 (119.58); 66 head, 869 lbs., 115.25; 5 head, 957 lbs., 108.00; 7 head, 1023 to 1037 lbs., 102.00 to 104.50 (103.44).

Slaughter cattle: Cows, Breaker, 75 to 80%, 16 head, 1457 to 1590 lbs., 75.00 to 79.00 (78.73) average dressing. Boner, 80 to 85%, 37 head, 1020 to 1590 lbs., 53.50 to 63.00 (58.20) average; 7 head, 1255 to 1580 lbs., 65.00 to 71.00 (67.16) high; 4 head, 1050 to 1300 lbs., 48.00 to 53.00 (50.61) low. Lean, 85 to 90%, 8 head, 930 to 1197 lbs., 43.00 to 50.50 (48.05) average; 1 head, 747 lbs., 37.00 low.

Bulls 1 to 2, 3 head, 1475 to 1795 lbs., 81.00 to 85.50 (83.17) average; 4 head, 1795 to 1945 lbs., 86.00 to 90.50 (87.64) high; 2 head, 1560 to 1625 lbs., 66.00 to 66.50 (66.26) low.

Replacement cattle: Bred cows, medium and large frame 1 to 2, per head/actual weight, 5 to 8 years old, 2nd trimester, 2 head, 1155 to 1270 lbs., 825.00; over 5 years old, 2nd to 3rd trimester, 5 head, 1112 to 1265 lbs., 685.00 to 800.00 (753.24).

Cow-calf pairs: Medium and large frame 1 to 2 with under 150 pounds calf, per family/estimated weight, over 5 years old, open, 9 head, 1396 lbs., 1150.00; over 8 years old, open, 16 head, 1270 to 1338 lbs., 910.00 to 950.00 (930.00).

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