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Carolina Stockyards Livestock Auction

Archived Report

4/25/2022

Total Run: 373

Market Notes

Compared to last week, boning type slaughter cows were 2.00 to 3.00 higher; there were too few comparable breaking type slaughter cows and slaughter bulls the previous week to establish an adequate market comparison. Feeder cattle were sharply higher. Demand was good; market activity and buyer interest were active. Offerings of cattle were fairly heavy. Cattle quality was average. Baby calves were 105.00 per head.

Supply included: 62% Feeder Cattle (40% Steers, 40% Heifers, 20% Bulls); 24% Slaughter Cattle (87% Cows, 13% Bulls); 6% Replacement Cattle (100% Cow-Calf Pairs); 1% Slaughter Sheep/Lambs (50% Ewes, 50% Bucks); 8% Slaughter Goats (74% Kids, 13% Nannies/Does, 9% Bucks/Billies, 4% Wethers). Feeder cattle supply over 600 lbs was 8%. AUCTION This Week Last Reported 4/18/2022 Last Year Total Receipts: 373 133 256 Feeder Cattle: 230(61.7%) 55(41.4%) 180(70.3%) Slaughter Cattle: 90(24.1%) 28(21.1%) 49(19.1%) Replacement Cattle: 22(5.9%) 0(0.0%) 0(0.0%) Slaughter Sheep/Lambs: 2(0.5%) 11(8.3%) 3(1.2%) Slaughter Goats: 29(7.8%) 39(29.3%) 24(9.4%)

Feeder Steers

Weight Min Avg Max Approx*
200-300 155 161 167 $402
300-400 150 169 173 $590
400-500 150 162 171 $730
500-600 150 154 157 $845
600-700 $--
700-800 $--

Feeder Heifers

Weight Min Avg Max Approx*
200-300 $--
300-400 140 148 153 $517
400-500 143 148 151 $664
500-600 130 135 145 $743
600-700 $--
700-800 $--

*Approx is the middle weight of the weight group multiplied by the mid point of the high and low for the group. It's meant as a quick method to see what cattle of that weight class are bringing per head.

Cows & Bulls

Type Min Avg Max
Slaughter Bulls $90 $99 $107

Total Run