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Torrington, WY    Fri Aug 1, 2014    USDA- WY Dept of Ag Market News



Feeder Cattle Weighted Average Report for 08/01/2014 

Torrington Livestock Commission Co.

   

Receipts: 310       Week Ago: 760      Year Ago: 310



   Compared to last week: Slaughter Cows steady to 2.00 higher; Feeder Cows 

steady; Slaughter Bulls 1.00 higher. Demand good. Slaughter cows and bulls 

accounted for approximately 30 percent of the run; feeder cows 65 percent, and 5 

percent feeder cattle.

    

   Slaughter Cows:

             Pct Lean    Weight    Avg Dressing   High Dressing   Low Dressing

Breakers     75-80    1300-1850    122.00-125.00                  113.00-115.00                                       

Boners       80-85    1050-1700    120.00-130.00  138.00-140.00   109.00-118.00

Lean         85-90     850-1350 few104.00-112.00                                

  

   Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade 1-2: 1250-2200 lb 142.50-151.00, high dressing 

153.00-161.00, ind 170.00; low dressing 135.00-141.50.



   Feeder Cows: Medium-Large 1: Heifers 850-950 lb 163.00-170.00; Heiferettes 

850-1075 lb 149.00-161.00; Young 900-1350 lb 121.00-135.00; Aged to Middle Aged 

average condition 1100-1800 lb 116.00-127.00, several 129.00-138.00; fleshy 

121.00-126.00.

   

           Source:  USDA- WY Dept of Ag Market News Service, Torrington, WY

         (307)532-4146  24 Hour recorded market information 307-532-7200 

         Office e-mail: Torrington.LPGMN@ams.usda.gov  

         www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/TO_LS140.txt



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