Decatur Livestock Market
MARKET REPORT
STEERS HEIFERS
WEIGHT LOW HIGH WT/AVG WEIGHT LOW HIGH WT/AVG
200-299 80 210 175.34 200-299 75 202.5 140.89
300-399 78 210 175.62 300-399 75 180 149.54
400-499 75 196 167.86 400-499 78 180 138.74
500-599 75 177 152.23 500-599 68 150 129.92
600-699 73 156 138.17 600-699 60 130 112.89
700-799 65 145 127.48 700-799 60 120 103.82
800-899 NT NT NT 800-899 NT NT NT
900-999 NT NT NT 900-999 NT NT NT
LONGHORNS
STEERS HEIFERS
WEIGHT LOW HIGH WT/AVG WEIGHT LOW HIGH WT/AVG
200-299 NT NT NT 200-299 NT NT NT
300-399 NT NT NT 300-399 100/hd 380/hd 280.00/hd
400-499 10 33 26.20 400-499 200/hd 320/hd 250.00/hd
500-599 20 50 34.18 500-599 NT NT NT
600-699 36 45 37.58 600-699 NT NT NT
700-799 NT NT NT 700-799 NT NT NT
PAIRS PREGNANCY TESTED
PRICE RG LAST WEEK PRICE RG LAST WEEK
YOUNG 1030-1425 1100-1425 YOUNG 980-1110 1000-1225
MID-AGE NT NT MID-AGE 675-970 725-950
LOW HIGH
HIGH YIELD COWS 60 75
LOW YIELD COWS 21 58
FEEDER BULLS 85 110
HIGH YIELD GRADE BULLS (1400 LBS +) 86 95
LOW YIELD GRADE BULLS (1400 LBS +) 56 85
BABY CALVES UNDER 100 LBS NT NT
100 - 200 LB CALVES NT NT
Our mailing address is:  2473 N FM 51, Decatur, TX  76234
Phone:  940-627-5599  Fax:  940-627-1434
Some of the Higher Selling Cattle
Scott Farver, Boyd, 270# @ $ 210.00 Kenneth Tipton, Forestburg, 200# @ $ 202.50
Ronnie Kemp, Bowie, 355# @ $ 210.00 Diogo Poliselli, Decatur, 310# @ $ 180.00
Jeremy Duke, Bowie, 455# @ $ 196.00 H3 Land & Cattle, Alvord, 3 Hd Deal, 418# @ $ 175.00
Judy Melvin, Paradise, 5 Hd Deal, 524# @ $ 177.00 Gary Gerhardt, Rhome, 500# @ $ 150.00
Dexter Agee, Decatur, 600# @ $ 156.00 Dexter Agee, Decatur, 625# @ $ 130.00
Painted Oaks Farm, Stephenville, 700# @ $ 145.00 Edith Quintanta, Whitesboro, 705# @ $ 120.00
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    Consignments from January 27, 2020, were 1561 head including: 31 Bulls, 300 Cows, 32 Calves, 110 Longhorns, 439 Stocker Heifers, 489 Stocker Bulls/Steers, 48 Feeder Heifers, 112 Feeder Steers.  The futures closing down the limit, because of the virus in China affecting the global markets, put a damper on the improvement in the calf/yearling market we saw last week. We also had a higher than usual number of stocker bulls vs stocker steers – 60% of the 489 head were still intact. Packer cows and bulls were $5-$10 higher. Good, young breds and pairs still in demand.  
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