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Auction results from around the West.

Published on July 6, 2018 11:34AM

Last changed on July 9, 2018 3:51PM


Note: Several livestock auctions did not take place during the week of July 4.

Oregon

LEBANON

(Lebanon Auction Yard)

July 5

Total Receipts: 230

Butcher Cows: Conventional: Top Cow, $75.50; Top 10 Cows, $75.12; Top 50 Cows, $72.64; Top 100 Cows, $69.82; Organic: Top Cow, $89.00.

Bulls: Conventional: Top Bull, $93.00.

Cow/Calf Pairs: $1275.00.

Feeder Heifers: 300-399 lbs $145.00; 600-699 lbs $103.00; 700-799 lbs $126.00; 800-899 lbs $123.00; 1100-1199 lbs $106.00; 1300-1399 lbs $74.00.

Feeder Steers: 300-399 lbs $143.00; 400-499 lbs $135.00; 500-599 lbs $130.00; 800-899 lbs $127.50.

WOODBURN

(Woodburn Livestock Exchange)

July 3

Total Receipts: 971, 219 Cattle

Comments: Light test of feeder cattle this week.

Top 10 Slaughter Cows A/P: 70.45 cwt

Top 50 Slaughter Cows A/P: 65.28 cwt

Top 100 Slaughter Cows A/P: 58.85 cwt

Back To The Country Cows: 70.00 cwt

Certified Cows: 80.00-140.00 cwt

Top Certified Organic Cattle: NT

All Slaughter Bulls: 67.50-87.50 cwt

Cow/Calf Pairs: 1450.00-1675.00 HD

Bred Cows: NT

Block Hogs: NT

Feeder Pigs: NT

Sows: NT

Weaner Pigs: NT

Day Old Beef Cross Calves: 85.00-130.00 HD

Day Old Dairy Calves: 5.00-42.50 HD

Lambs: 40-70 lbs 125.00-140.00 cwt; 75-150 lbs 102.50-142.50 cwt

Thin Ewes: 25.00-108.00 cwt

Fleshy Ewes: 22.50-81.00 cwt

Ewe/Lamb Pairs: NT

Goats: 10-39 lbs 15.00-90.00 HD

40-69 lbs 40.00-150.00 HD

70-79 lbs 100.00-165.00 HD

80-89 lbs 92.50-170.00 HD

90-99 lbs 35.00-205.00 HD

100-199 lbs 60.00-210.00 HD

200-300 lbs 160.00-195.00 HD

Washington

TOPPENISH

July 5

Receipts: 745 HD

Compared to last Thursday at the same market: Not enough stocker or feeder cattle this week for accurate market test. Trade active with good demand especially for small lots to fill pasture needs. Slaughter cows steady. Slaughter bulls 4.00-5.00 higher. Trade active with good demand. Slaughter cows 89 percent, slaughter bulls 5 percent, and feeders 6 percent of the supply. The feeder supply included 74 percent steers and 26 percent heifers. Near 26 percent of the run weighed over 600 lbs.

Feeder Steers: Medium and Large 1-2: 400-500 lbs 170.50.

Feeder Holstein: Steers Large 2-3: 400-500 lbs 92.50-94.50; 700-800 lbs 88.50.

Feeder Heifers: Medium and Large 1-2: 500-600 lbs 151.00; 800-900 lbs 116.50, Fleshy.

Slaughter Cows:

Boners: 80-85 Pct. Lean, 1200-2000 lbs, Avg Dressing 69.00-74.00, Low Dressing 62.00-67.00

Lean: 85-90 Pct. Lean, 1100-1800 lbs, Avg Dressing 67.00-72.00, Low Dressing 62.00-67.00

Lean: 90 Pct. Lean, 900-1450 lbs, Avg Dressing 57.00-62.00, Low Dressing 51.00-57.00

Slaughter Bulls:

Yield Grade 1-2: 1600-2300 lbs, Avg Dressing 87.00-94.00, Low Dressing 75.00-87.00

Please Note: The USDA LPGMN price report is reflective of the majority of classes and grades of livestock offered for sale. There may be instances where some sales do not fit within reporting guidelines and therefore will not be included in the report. Prices are reported on a per cwt basis, unless otherwise noted.

Californa

TURLOCK

(Turlock Livestock Auction Yard)

July 6

Comment: good run of springers. Market conditions remain soft with pressure on the milk market.

No. 1 Holstein Springers: $1250-1400

No. 2 Holstein Springers: $1000-1225

No. 1 Jersey Springers: $1200-1350

No. 1 Jersey X Springers: $1100-1275

Weigh Beef Cows: High Yield 68.00-74.50; Med Yield 63.00-67.00; Low Yield 51.00-62.00

Weigh Dairy Cows: High Yield 67.00-73.50; Med Yield 63.00-66.00; Low Yield 51.00-62.00

Weigh Bulls: High Yield 84.00-89.00; Med Yield 77.00-83.00; Low Yield 65.00-76.00

Holstein Barren Heifers: 70.00-83.00 cwt



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