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Lots for Sutphin Cattle Company (69)

Live Event Started: 11/6/20 12:30 PM (CST)
* Prices listed are unofficial. Contact sale management for official sale results
Lot 514
Sold For $3,400.00
Lot 509
Sold For $3,400.00
Lot 532
Sold For $3,100.00
Lot 549
Sold For $3,300.00
Lot 685
Sold For $3,000.00
Lot 535
Sold For $2,900.00
Lot 504
Sold For $3,100.00
Lot 561
Sold For $2,900.00
Lot 562
Sold For $2,900.00
Lot 693
Sold For $2,900.00
Lot 697
Sold For $2,700.00
Lot 531
Sold For $2,800.00
Lot 506
Sold For $2,700.00
Lot 564
Sold For $2,900.00
Lot 569
Sold For $2,700.00
Lot 1000
Sold For $2,900.00
Lot 1001
Sold For $3,000.00
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Lot 694
Closed
Sold For $3,400.00
Sold For $3,400.00
Sold For $3,100.00
Sold For $3,300.00
Sold For $3,000.00
Sold For $2,900.00
Sold For $3,100.00
Sold For $2,900.00
Sold For $2,900.00
Sold For $2,900.00
Sold For $2,700.00
Sold For $2,800.00
Sold For $2,700.00
Sold For $2,900.00
Sold For $2,700.00
Sold For $2,900.00
Sold For $3,000.00
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OKC WEST: The highest price paid for STEERS (700-899#) at OKC West this week was $165.00 for 8 head (717#). The second highest price paid for steers was $164.00 for 27 head (730#) (VIEW REPORT)
OKC WEST: The average price paid this week for the top 10 calf strings at OKC West was $173.75, compared to $167.50 last week. (VIEW REPORT)
OKC WEST: The average price paid this week for the top 10 steer strings at OKC West was $153.05, compared to $151.49 last week (VIEW REPORT)
Real-Time Index: $154.96 (+0.14) -- The RTI (7-day cash feeder cattle average) is $4.24 LOWER than the nearby futures ($159.20) (CHANNEL 709)
OKC WEST: The largest string sold this week at OKC West was 254 steers (794#) at $153.50. The second largest string was 244 heifers (758#) at $147.40 (VIEW REPORT)
REAL TIME PRICES: The largest CALF string sold in the last 7 days was 94 heifers (451#) from Lexington, Kentucky at $165.00 (VIEW PRICES)
CATTLE TRADE: In the Western Cornbelt live purchases have traded steady at 125.00 compared to Tuesday, and a few dressed purchases have traded 198.00, however not enough dressed purchases for a full market trend (VIEW REPORT)
It is also no surprise that the worst crop conditions are coming from the Western Corn Belt where rains have been the sparsest. Conditions improve considerably as you move East where reports of “best crops ever” are starting to surface (AgriVisor)
National Feedstuffs Market Review: Kansas City soybean meal down $8; Nebraska DDG's up $14.50 (VIEW REPORT)
The USDA reported DDG's (Kansas -T) at $190.00, compared to $187.50 last week and $130.00 last year
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