Kentucky Beef Expo - Scales Ring: Red Poll - Gelbvieh - Shorthorn - Limousin - Black Hereford

Live Event Starts: 3/5/22 8:30 AM (CST) in 1 month, 1 week, 1 day, 11 hours, and 18 minutes

Seller Contact Information

John Chism
111 Corporate Dr
Frankfort, KY 40601
(859) 744-8909 John
(859) 229-1767
Website
john.chism@ky.gov

Auction Location

John Chism
Kentucky Fair & Expo Center
937 Phillips Lane
Louisville, KY 40209
(502) 564-4983

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Upcoming Events for Kentucky Beef Expo

3/5/22 8:30 AM (CST) Kentucky Beef Expo - Scales Ring: Red Poll - Gelbvieh - Shorthorn - Limousin - Black Hereford
3/5/22 9:00 AM (CST) Kentucky Beef Expo - Pen Area: Red Angus - Angus - Pen Heifer - Charolais
3/5/22 10:00 AM (CST) Kentucky Beef Expo - New Market Hall: Simmental and Hereford Sales

Video Catalogs

Production Sale Videos (97)
Livestock Market Videos (2)
Private Treaty Offerings (4)
NATIONAL CALF TRACKER: The largest calf string sold on Monday was 56 heifers (353#) from Madras, Oregon at $193.00. The average price paid on Monday for the top 10 calf strings was $185.85 (VIEW REPORT)
NATIONAL CATTLE TRACKER: The largest steer and heifer string sold on Monday was 239 steers (811#) from Joplin, Missouri at $154.10. The second largest string was 192 steers (803#) from Joplin, Missouri at $156.85 (VIEW REPORT)
NATIONAL STEER TRACKER: The largest steer string sold on Monday on the National Steer Tracker (700-899#) was 239 steers (811#) from Joplin, Missouri at $154.10. The average price for the top 10 steer strings (700-899#) sold on Monday was $158.48 (VIEW REPORT)
Joplin Regional Stockyards (Carthage, MO) reports 99 Steers (815 lbs) @ $152.75 (01/24 5:19 PM CST)
Joplin Regional Stockyards (Carthage, MO) reports 239 Steers (811 lbs) @ $154.10 (01/24 5:16 PM CST)
U.S. CATTLE REPORT: Cattle on feed over 12 million head; Record high chicken prices, Slaughter at 115K... (VIEW REPORT)
Joplin Regional Stockyards (Carthage, MO) reports 95 Steers (752 lbs) @ $154.50 (01/24 4:57 PM CST)
Ugly... The cattle market cannot seem to catch a break. Just as 2022 begins, a year that had offered the most promise in years, omicron caused through-put to stumble and after three weeks, the industry finds itself having lost some of its front-end edge (The Beef)
COLD STORAGE: Beef in freezers totaled 503.8 million pounds in December, up 3% from last month, down 6% from last year (VIEW REPORT)
MILK PRODUCTION BY STATE: Milk production in the 24 major States during December totaled 18.0 billion pounds, down slightly from December 2020 (VIEW REPORT)
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