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Livestock report from the Oklahoma City Stockyards

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Livestock report from the Oklahoma City Stockyards:

Receipts: 376; Last week: 551; Last year: 770

Receipts: Monday: 5,192

Compared to last week: Slaughter cows mostly $3-$5 higher. Slaughter bulls too lightly tested with a higher undertone noted. Quality average to attractive. Packer demand good to very good. A total of 193 cows and bulls sold with 54 percent going to slaughter.

Slaughter Cows: 1,000-1,725 lbs. Cows average dressing $57.50-$66; High dressing $65.50-$68; Low dressing $50-$58.50. 700-1000 lbs. Light Weight Cows Average dressing $56; High dressing not tested; Low dressing $46-$55.50; Very Low dressing $40-$44.

Slaughter Bulls: 1,325-2,000 lbs. Average dressing $95.50-$96.50; High dressing not tested; Low dressing $68-$78. Estimated dressed cost at the Oklahoma National Stockyards: Leans $127; Boners $124.80; Breakers $120.64; Light Weight Cows $119.68; Bulls $155.05.

Replacement Cows: Pre-tested for pregnancy, and age. Medium and Large No. 1-2: 1 year old 950 lb. cows second trimester $925/head; 2-4 year old 800-1,335 lb. cows first through third trimester $710-$1,200/head; 5-8 year old 895-1,360 lb. cows first through third trimester $585-$1,285/head.

Pairs: Medium and Large Nos. 1-2: 5-8 year old 1,025 lb. cows with calves under 150 lb. calves $1,025/pair.

SOURCE: USDA-OKLAHOMA AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT MARKET NEWS SERVICE

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