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Lots for Iron House Cattle Co. Dispersal (36)

Live Event Started: 4/12/22 1:00 PM (CDT)
* Prices listed are unofficial. Contact sale management for official sale results
Lot a
Sold For $185.00
Lot b
Sold For $165.50
Lot c
Sold For $160.25
Lot d
Sold For $173.00
Lot 1-1
Sold For $1,600.00
Lot 1-2
Sold For $1,600.00
Lot 2-1
Sold For $1,675.00
Lot 2-2
Sold For $1,685.00
Lot 3-1
Sold For $1,700.00
Lot 3-2
Sold For $1,700.00
Lot 3-3
Sold For $1,700.00
Lot 4-1
Sold For $1,510.00
Lot 4-2
Sold For $1,510.00
Lot 5-1
Sold For $1,450.00
Lot 5-2
Sold For $1,425.00
Lot 5-3
Sold For $1,425.00
Lot 5-4
Sold For $1,425.00
Lot 6
Sold For $1,425.00
Lot 7a
Sold For $1,450.00
Lot 7b
Sold For $1,450.00
Lot 7c
Sold For $1,450.00
Lot 8a
Sold For $1,525.00
Lot 8b
Sold For $1,525.00
Lot 8c
Sold For $1,525.00
Lot 9a
Sold For $1,425.00
Lot 9b
Sold For $1,425.00
Lot 9c
Sold For $1,425.00
Lot 9d
Sold For $1,425.00
Lot 9e
Closed
Lot 10-1
Sold For $1,375.00
Lot 10-2
Sold For $1,375.00
Lot 10-3
Sold For $1,375.00
Lot 10-4
Sold For $1,375.00
Lot 10-5
Sold For $1,375.00
Lot 10a
Sold For $1,300.00
Lot 11
Sold For $1,160.00
Sold For $185.00
Sold For $165.50
Sold For $160.25
Sold For $173.00
Sold For $1,600.00
Sold For $1,600.00
Sold For $1,675.00
Sold For $1,685.00
Sold For $1,700.00
Sold For $1,700.00
Sold For $1,700.00
Sold For $1,510.00
Sold For $1,510.00
Sold For $1,450.00
Sold For $1,425.00
Sold For $1,425.00
Sold For $1,425.00
Sold For $1,425.00
Sold For $1,450.00
Sold For $1,450.00
Sold For $1,450.00
Sold For $1,525.00
Sold For $1,525.00
Sold For $1,525.00
Sold For $1,425.00
Sold For $1,425.00
Sold For $1,425.00
Sold For $1,425.00
Closed
Sold For $1,375.00
Sold For $1,375.00
Sold For $1,375.00
Sold For $1,375.00
Sold For $1,375.00
Sold For $1,300.00
Sold For $1,160.00
U.S. EXPORT SALES: Corn sales at 603K mt; Beef at 15.4 mt (best in 6 weeks but still slow, exports over 20K one time in 18 weeks)
DAILY CATTLE SLAUGHTER: Thursday slaughter at 128K head, compared to 2K last week and 124K last year. WTD slaughter at 512K head, compared to 388K last week and 493K last year. 4 straight days at 128K (U.S. CATTLE REPORT)
CME LIVESTOCK: Live Cattle: $153.05 (-0.025); Feeder Cattle: $181.075 (+0.60); Hogs: $83.125 (+0.225); Milk: $20.28 (+0.45) (USDA confirmed some light $155 trade in the South on Wednesday)
CME GRAINS: Corn: $6.50 (-12.00); Soybeans: $14.2975 (-39.75); Wheat: $7.5875 (-12.75); Cotton: $85.93 (-0.12)
THURSDAY SALES: Blue Grass Stanford, Paris Stockyard, Producers Livestock, Coffeyville, Mitchell, Clarinda, Central, Enid, Mid Missouri, Orland, Willcox, Eureka, I-40, Cattlemen's, Salem, Callaway (WATCH LIVE)
OKC WEST: The largest string sold this week at OKC West was 197 steers (812#) at $174.75. The second largest string was 196 steers (586#) at $211.50 (U.S. CATTLE REPORT)
Boxed Beef AM: Choice: $255.11 (+0.23) Select: $226.98 (+1.97); Ch/Se Spread: $28.13; Total Loads: 87
NATIONAL STEER TRACKER: The largest steer string sold on Wednesday on the National Steer Tracker (700-899#) was 208 steers (774#) from Yankton, South Dakota at $198.75. The average price for the top 10 steer strings sold on Wednesday was $181.94, compared to $177.79 on Tuesday
BLUE GRASS STANFORD: The largest string sold at Stanford so far in 2022 was 256 heifers (641#) at $176.00 on August 18th. There have been 34 sales at Stanford so far in 2022 that were 100 head or larger (WATCH LIVE)
STOCK UPDATE: Dow 30: 34,361.22 (-228.55); Nasdaq: 11,475.39 (+7.39); S&P 500: 4,078.48 (-1.63) (Stock Give Up Early Gains On Recession Fears)
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