Kearney, NE Thu May 30, 2013 USDA-NE Dept of Ag Market News
Valentine, NE - Valentine Livestock Auction
Feeder Cattle Weighted Average Report for 05/30/2013
Receipts: 455 Last Week: 4525 Year Ago: 1178
A very large crowd today at the auction for the Special Pair, Bred
Female, All Breeds Bull and Regular Sale. Sandhill pastures looking
green with the needed rain in the area, with many lots in town today
due to grass shortage. Baby calves off the cow 100-250 lbs 240.00-
410.00. Open replacement quality heifers 985 lbs 1500.00 and young
Angus bulls 1530-2260 lbs 3500.00-5700.00. Yearling angus bulls
1345-1475 lbs 1900.00-2300.00. 600 head of weigh up in town today.
Cows-Calf Pairs: Medium and Large 1: d Young 0-1427 lbs with 150-200
lb calves .00-2600.00. Middle aged 1397-1594 lbs with 250-275 lb
calves 2400.00-3350.00. 1435-1506 lbs 290 lb calves 1550.00-1650.00.
1661-1751 lbs 200-300 lb calves 2250-3500.00. Short/Solid 1334-1585
lbs with 221-300 lb calves 1500.00- 1800.00. Broken Mouth 1282-1444
lbs 200-250 lb calves 1410.00-1500.00
Fall Bred Cows: Medium and Large 1: Young 1133-1228 lbs 1075.00-1235.00.
Middle aged 1113-1475 lbs 885.00-1085.00. Short/Solid 1190-1353 lbs 880.00-950.00. Broken Mouth 1188-1139 lbs 800.00-825.00.
Summer Bred (May-June): Young 970-1145 lbs 950.00-1085.00. Middle Aged
1423 lbs 1110.00. Broken Mouth 1310-1353 lbs 910.00-1010.00
Spring Bred: Young 1493 lbs 1150.00.
Source: NE Dept of Ag - USDA Market News Service, Kearney, NE
Shareen Dearmont 308-390-5399
24 Hr Recorded Markets 620-369-9311
Valentine, NE Livestock Auction Market
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