USDA Market Reports

Mississippi Daily Auction Summary MS

JK_LS140       

Jackson, MS    Friday, January 9, 2015    USDA-MS Dept of Ag Market News



SUMMARY OF 1 MISSISSIPPI CATTLE AUCTIONS HELD IN SENATOBIA (123) THURSDAY,

January 8, 2015



Receipts:       123        Last Week:       0         Last Year:     468



   Compared to last Thursday, slaughter cows and bulls no trend. 

Feeder steers and heifers sold no trend. The supply included 

28 percent slaughter cows and 7 percent pairs/replacements. 

The feeder supply included 51 percent steers and 49 percent heifers, 

with an estimated 2 percent of the feeder supply weighing over 600 lbs.



   Slaughter Cows:

          Weight (lbs)  Pct Lean   Avg Dressing   Hi Dressing

Breakers    850-1200      70-80    0.00 -0.00     -----------

Boning      850-1200      80-85    97.50-106.50   108.00-115.00

Lean        850-1200      85-90    82.50-95.00    -----------

Lean        750-850       85-90    0.00 -0.00     -----------





   SLAUGHTER BULLS:  Yield grade 1-2  1000-1500 lbs 0.00-0.00; 

1500-2000 lbs 122.00-128.00.



   FEEDER STEERS:  Medium & Large 1-2  

300-400 lbs 312.50-330.00; 400-450 lbs 290.00-300.00; 

450-500 lbs 280.00-290.00.



   FEEDER HEIFERS:  Medium & Large 1-2  

300-400 lbs 285.00-300.00; 400-500 lbs 250.00-262.50 

1 Heifer @ 430lbs 280.00.



   Cow/Calf Pairs: 



   Replacements: Medium and Medium 1-2  2-4 years old, 

2-7 months bred, 885-1075 lbs, 1725.00-1925.00 per head. 



Source:  USDA-MS Dept of Ag Market News

         Michael Lasseter, 601-359-1159, Jackson, MS

         www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/JK_LS140.txt



         For all livestock market news reports:

         www.ams.usda.gov/LSMarketNews



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