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Lot 39 - RAILE C143 087G

Raile Charolais & Red Angus - 31st Annual Bull Sale
Lots Closed: 4/4/20 1:51 PM (CDT)

Additional Information

Act Bw 100
Adj Ww 619
Adj Yrwt 1171
Scrotal 37
Wpda 3.17



Status Closed
Lot Opened 4/2/20 1:00 PM (CDT)
Lot Closed
4/4/20 1:51 PM (CDT)
Base Price $2,500.00
Minimum Bid Increment $250.00
Extension Time 5 minutes

Additional Information

Act Bw 100
Adj Ww 619
Adj Yrwt 1171
Scrotal 37
Wpda 3.17

Auction Closeout

All lots will close at the same time. Bidding may be extended on all lots if a bid is placed on any lot near the closing time. The extension time can be found on the lot details page.

Texas Cash Pool List Results: 586 head @ 110.50 Other bids: 110.09 107.00 110.02 108.23 Reported by Consolidated Beef Producers
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Ozarks Regional (West Plains, MO): The bulk of the feeder steers traded $3-6 lower with the exception of some seven weight steers trading $1 higher (AMS/USDA)
Blue Grass (Lexington KY): Market mixed with feeder steers trading steady on good quality weaned packages to $2 lower on fleshy offerings, feeder heifers sold steady to $3 higher (AMS/USDA)
Winter Livestock (Riverton, WY): Steers under 500 lbs mostly steady to $2-3 higher with instances $6 higher, over 500 lbs steady with instances $1-4 lower (AMS/USDA)
United Producers (Bowling Green, KY): Compared to last week, feeder steers steady to $2 higher and feeder heifers $2 higher (AMS/USDA)
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Philip Livestock Auction: Feeder steers 450-600 steady to $2 lower, 600-650 steady to $2 higher and 650-750 steady (AMS/USDA)
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Miles City: Heifers under 450 lbs sold $3-5 higher, 450-549 lbs generally steady, over 550 lbs mostly $3-5 higher in a narrow comparison (AMS/USDA)
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