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National Slaughter Cattle Summary OK

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Oklahoma City, OK   Fri June 13, 2014    USDA-OK Dept of Ag Market News 



   National Slaughter Cattle Summary - Week Ending June 13, 2014



 Compared to last week:  Direct live cattle trade in the South Plains 2.00

higher.  Nebraska dressed sales 2.00-3.00 higher.   

   Boxed beef prices Friday morning averaged 231.53 higher 5.98 from last 

Friday.  The Choice/Select spread is 7.64. Slaughter cattle on a national basis 

for negotiated cash trades through Friday morning totaled about 80,400.  Last 

week's total head count was 17,601 head.



Midwest Direct Markets: 

Live Basis: Steers and Heifers 

   35-80 Percent Choice, 1200-1400 lbs:  147.00-148.00

   Dressed Basis:   Steers and Heifers:  235.00   



South Plains Direct Markets: 

Live Basis: Steers and Heifers 

   35-65 percent Choice, 1100-1400 lbs: 147.00



Slaughter Cows and Bulls (Average Yielding Prices):  

Due to summer scheduling the western market will temporarily be Utah.

Slaughter cows and bulls mostly 2.00-4.00 higher.  Packer demand remains 

good.  USDA's Cutter cow carcass cut-out value Friday morning was 198.44 up   

2.56 from last Friday.



          %Lean     Weight       Utah          Oklahoma        Alabama  

Breakers 75-80%   1100-1600   96.50-106.00   106.00-110.00   102.00-106.00

Boners   80-85%   1000-1450   91.00-101.75   106.00-112.50   103.00-108.00

Lean     85-90%   1000-1300   81.00-91.75     98.00-104.00    95.00-100.00

Bulls    88-92%   1300-2100  118.00-125.75   124.00-131.50   122.00-127.00



Source: USDA-Oklahoma Dept of Ag Market News, Oklahoma City, OK

        Tina Colby/Cole Snider    Telephone 405-232-5425

        www.ams.usda.gov/lsmarketnews









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