Lot 36a

Eastern Limousin Showcase
Live Event Started: 12/4/21 12:00 PM (CST)



Status Closed
Lot Opened 10/25/21 3:58 PM (CDT)
Lot Closed
12/4/21 11:00 AM (CST)
Live Event Started 12/4/21 12:00 PM (CST)
CME LIVESTOCK: Live Cattle: $144.75 (-1.10); Feeder Cattle: $185.275 (-1.85); Hogs: $93.30 (-4.75); Milk: $20.67 (-0.20) (Cash trade this week got kicked off with $141 action in the South and $147 in the north)
CME GRAINS: Corn: $6.1975 (+4.75); Soybeans: $14.955 (+20.25); Wheat: $7.315 (-31.75); Cotton: $117.12 (-1.20) (Wheat down 70 cents since Monday)
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NATIONAL CATTLE TRACKER: The largest steer and heifer string sold on Wednesday was 683 steers (694#) from El Reno, Oklahoma at $190.25. The second largest string was 354 steers (910#) from Coffeyville, Kansas at $173.75
NATIONAL CALF TRACKER: The largest calf string sold on Wednesday was 67 steers (490#) from Cherokee, Oklahoma at $209.00. The average price paid on Wednesday for the top 10 calf strings was $209.73, compared to $211.80 on Tuesday
NATIONAL STEER TRACKER: The largest steer string sold on Wednesday on the National Steer Tracker (700-899#) was 130 steers (797#) from El Reno, Oklahoma at $187.00. The average price for the top 10 steer strings sold on Wednesday was $182.73, compared to $186.58 on Tuesday
U.S. CATTLE REPORT: WOWSA; Live cattle hit contract highs; Feeder cattle highest in 6 months; Live cattle trade from $141-147; 683 steers (694#) from El Reno, Oklahoma at $190.25 (3rd largest string in U.S., highest price steer string at OKC West so far in 2022)
U.S. EXPORT SALES: Beef sales not great but up 22% from last week; Corn sales terrible
CORN EXPORTS: Net sales of 151,600 MT for 2021/2022--a marketing-year low--were down 63 percent from the previous week and 73 percent from the prior 4-week average
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