Winona Livestock Auction
JK_LS150
Jackson, MS    Wed Jun 12, 2019    USDA - MS Dept of Ag Market News

Winona, MS - Winona Stockyard
Feeder and Slaughter Cattle Report for Tue Jun 11, 2019

Receipts     This week    155       Last Week    256

Compared to last week slaughter cows trended Steady. Slaughter bulls trended 
Steady. Feeder steers trended Steady. Feeder heifers trended Steady. Feeder
consisted of 50 percent steers and 50 percent heifers. Receipts weighing under 
600 lbs 25 percent over 600 lbs 15 percent. Total receipts were made up of 40 
percent feeders, 26 percent slaughter cows and 34 percent Pairs/Replacements. 

Please Note:
The below USDA LPGMN price report is reflective of the majority of classes and 
grades of livestock offered for sale. There may be instances where some sales 
do not fit within reporting guidelines and therefore will not be included in 
the report. Prices are reported on a per cwt basis, unless otherwise noted.

    Slaughter Cows:
                Weight (lbs)   Pct Lean     Average Dress        High Dress

 Breakers       850-1200       70-80%         0.00 -    0.00     0.00-       0.00
 Boners         850-1200       80-85%        50.50 -   58.00    58.00-      63.00
 Lean           850-1200       85-90%        43.00 -   50.50     0.00-       0.00
 Lean           750-850        85-90%        35.00 -   40.50     0.00-       0.00
 Lean           under750       85-90%         0.00 -    0.00     0.00-       0.00

    SLAUGHTER BULLS:  Yield grade 1-2  1000-1500 lbs 0.00-0.00; 
1500-2000 lbs 77.50-80.50.

    FEEDER STEERS:  Medium & Large 1-2  
250-300 lbs 160.00-168.00; 300-400 lbs 155.00-160.00; 
400-500 lbs 140.00-145.00.

  Medium & Large 3  250-300 lbs 148.00-157.00.

    FEEDER HEIFERS:  Medium & Large 1-2  
400-500 lbs 127.00-137.00; 500-600 lbs 125.00-130.00.

    COW/CALFS PAIRS:  Medium & Large 1-2 Middle Aged (4-8 yrs) 800-1250 Lbs 
with 85-200 Lbs Calf 1000.00-1280.00.

 Source: Mississippi Department of Agriculture & Commerce - USDA Market News Service
         Jackson, MS   Michael Lasseter, Market Reporter, (601) 359-1159

         www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/jk_LS150
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