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Ravenscroft Red Angus / Bowlin Cattle - Red Angus, Angus, and SimAngus Bull Sale

Live Event Started: 2/27/21 2:00 PM (CST)

Seller Contact Information

Eric Ravenscroft
35899 Ravenscroft Lane Nenzel, NE 69219 - Ravenscroft Red Angus
35802 Boiling Springs Road Cody, NE 69211 - Bowlin Cattle
Nenzel, NE 69219
(402) 322-9248 (Eric Mobile)
(402) 823-4140
(402) 389-2142 Dale Bowlin
Website
ravenscroftreds@gmail.com
bowlincattle@gmail.com

Auction Location

Valentine Livestock Market
126 N Government
Valentine, NE 69201
(402) 376-3611

Additional Links

Video Catalog
Ravenscroft Catalog
Bowlin Cattle Catalog
Ravenscroft Bull Scrotal
Bowlin Sale Order & Supplement

Terms and Conditions

DVAuction Terms and Conditions

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Livestock Market Videos (4)
Private Treaty Offerings (13)
BEEF BALANCE SHEET: Beef production for 2021 is projected at 27.709 billion pounds, up 60 million pounds from last month (VIEW REPORT)
Coarse Grain Outlook (WASDE): This month’s 2020/21 U.S. corn outlook is for greater feed and residual use, increased corn used for ethanol production, larger exports, and lower ending stocks (VIEW REPORT)
Livestock, Dairy & Poultry Outlook (WASDE): The 2021 forecast for total red meat and poultry production is reduced from last month on lower expected pork and turkey production (VIEW REPORT)
Wheat Outlook (WASDE): This month’s supply and demand outlook for 2020/21 U.S. wheat is for lower supplies, reduced domestic use, unchanged exports, and higher ending stocks (VIEW REPORT)
Oilseed Outlook (WASDE): U.S. soybean supply and use changes for 2020/21 include higher exports, lower crush, residual use, and seed use (VIEW REPORT)
REAL TIME PRICES: The largest string sold on Friday was 200 steers (677#) from Wahoo, Nebraska at $163.35 (VIEW PRICES)
REAL TIME PRICES: The largest string sold on Friday on the National Steer Tracker (700-899#) was 158 steers (705#) from Lexington, Nebraska at $155.50 (VIEW PRICES)
REAL TIME PRICES: The largest CALF string sold on Friday was 57 heifers (497#) from St. Onge, South Dakota at $158.00 (VIEW PRICES)
CATTLE TRADE: Thus far for Friday negotiated cash trading has been limited on light demand in Kansas, Nebraska, and the Western Cornbelt with a few live and dressed purchases in the Western Cornbelt at 125.00 and 196.00 (VIEW REPORT)
CME LIVESTOCK: Live Cattle: $122.575 (-2.45); Feeder Cattle: $149.625 (-1.975) Hogs: $108.95 (+0.25); Milk: $19.51 (-0.11)
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