Market Report : March 12 - 14

Cottonwood and Lewiston


SALES YARDS

Cottonwood Livestock Auction — March 14, 2014

Cattle Market Comment: Slaughter Cows and Bulls $5 to $10 higher. Feeders and market active on light test; 283 head sold. Next Sale, March 28. Steers: 200-400 lbs., 190 to 215; 400-500 lbs, 190 to 210; 500-600 lbs, 185 to 205; 600-700 ls., 170 to 185; 700-800 lbs., 155 to 164; 800-950 lbs., 140 to 155. Heifers: 200-400 lbs., 185 to 204; 400-500 lbs, 185 to 205; 500-600 ls., 175 to 195; 600-700 lbs,. 160 to 175; 700-800 lbs., 150 to 165; 800-950 lbs., 140 to 155. Cows: Boning, 96 to 104.25; Feeder, 95 to 120; Breaker, 94 to 101; Canner/Cutter, 80 to 92; Heiferettes, 95 to 115. Bulls: 105 to 126.50; Baby Calves: 175 to 425 per head. Stock Cows: 1,150 to 1,450 per head. Pairs: 1,450 to 1,820 per pair.

Lewiston Livestock Auction — March 12, 2014

Cattle Market Comment: Feeder Cattle steady on light test, Cows $2 to $5 higher, Bulls $5 to $10 higher; 485 head sold. Feeder Sale, March 19. Steers: 300-400 lbs., 190 to 220; 400-500 lbs., 190 to 225; 500-600 lbs., 180-215; 600-700 lbs., 175 to 195; 700-800 lbs., 150 to 170; 800-900 lbs., 145 to 160; 900-1,000 lbs., 130 to 140; 1,000 lbs. and up, 100 to 125. Heifers: 300-400 lbs., 180 to 215; 400-500 lbs., 170 to 200; 500-600 lbs., 170 to 190; 600-700 lbs., 160 to 180; 700-800 lbs., 140 to 160; 800-900 lbs., 130 to 150; 900-1,000 lbs., 110 to 125; 1,000 lbs. and up, 100 to 115. Cows: Utility, 95 to 105; Breaking Cows, 90 to 100; Canners and Cutters, 80 to 90; Young Feeders, 90 to 110. Bulls: 100 to 128. Baby Calves, 250 to 450 per head. Stock Cows: 1,500 to 1,750 per head. Stock Cows w/Calves: 1,400 to 1,900 per head.



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