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Discuss upcoming sales and sale results.
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Stocker Steve wrote:No one wants heavy feeders due to low fat futures prices. Light cattle were more in demand. I sold my 553# red sort off heifers today for $136.
I've had a standing order at some Colorado sale barns for the last few weeks buying heifers in the 5's like yours. I'm getting it done for $131 at 527lbs. Those heifers are going to a growyard in Colorado to be limit fed and spayed. They'll get turned out on one of our Wyoming ranches in early May.
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Two order buyers and a construction worker fought over thin 3 to 6 year old cows today - - $1350 to $1500 each.
Must be grass fever since that kind had been going for $1200. I drove home empty.