Decatur Livestock Market
MARKET REPORT
STEERS HEIFERS
WEIGHT LOW HIGH WT/AVG WEIGHT LOW HIGH WT/AVG
200-299 105 215 199.17 200-299 120 177.5 159.79
300-399 80 210 176.25 300-399 120 184 159.53
400-499 144 207 174.12 400-499 71 170 150.48
500-599 91 176.5 158.92 500-599 125 152 144.85
600-699 135 155.5 143.64 600-699 91 146 127.65
700-799 NT NT NT 700-799 110 133 121.22
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 300-399 270/hd 380/hd 303.33/hd
400-499 58 97.5 68.65 400-499 240/hd 380/hd 350.00/hd
500-599 51 63 55.76 500-599 NT NT NT
600-699 NT NT NT 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 NT NT YOUNG NT NT
MID-AGE 1100-1300 NT MID-AGE 875-1125 NT
LOW HIGH
HIGH YIELD COWS 56 63
LOW YIELD COWS 47 53.5
FEEDER BULLS 95 133
HIGH YIELD GRADE BULLS (1400 LBS +) 82 88.5
LOW YIELD GRADE BULLS (1400 LBS +) 78 81
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
B K Cattle Co, Decatur, 220# @ $ 215.00 B K Cattle Co, Decatur, 210# @ $ 177.50
Joe Bollman, Springtown, 325# @ $ 210.00 Ben Burnside, Denton, 375# @ $ 184.00
Rad Daly, Weatherford, 415# @ $ 206.00 Richard Fothergill, Kilgore, 405# @ $ 170.00
Joe Max Wilson, Rhome, 7 Hd Deal, 515# @ $ 176.50 Ben Burnside, Denton, 530# @ $ 152.00
Richard Fothergill, Kilgore, 635# @ $ 155.50 Bill Adams, Decatur, 600# @ $ 146.00
T Jack Martin, Era, 720# @ $ 133.00
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    Consignments from April 22, 2019, were 720 head including: 16 Bulls, 199 Cows, 50 Calves, 73 Longhorns, 110 Stocker Heifers, 138 Stocker Bulls/Steers, 434 Feeder Heifers, 91 Feeder Bulls/Steers.  The market on calves rebounded strongly from last week with demand for grass ready calves increasing as the transition from wheat to grass grazing is finishing up. Feeder prices also had $1-$5 gains in spite of recent on feed report showing higher inventory. Feed yard pens in Midwest have dried out enough to throw out the welcome mat for wheat cattle coming to town. Packers steady. Breds and pairs buyers looking for quality.  
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