Decatur Livestock Market
MARKET REPORT
STEERS HEIFERS
WEIGHT LOW HIGH WT/AVG WEIGHT LOW HIGH WT/AVG
200-299 125 210 168.93 200-299 102.5 175 144.36
300-399 85 185 160.50 300-399 80 170 129.23
400-499 80 184 155.88 400-499 78 152 130.30
500-599 90 166 148.99 500-599 47.5 142 121.69
600-699 71 153 132.78 600-699 50 135 117.28
700-799 48 137 126.35 700-799 46 119 109.22
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 300-399 200/hd 335/hd 280/hd
400-499 44.5 70 59.96 400-499 260/hd 375/hd 320/hd
500-599 44 62 54.87 500-599 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 1000-1350 1100-1550 YOUNG 950-1300 1075-1375
MID-AGE 900-1150 950-1200 MID-AGE 900-1000 925-1150
LOW HIGH
HIGH YIELD COWS 65 75
LOW YIELD COWS 25 58
FEEDER BULLS 90 115
HIGH YIELD GRADE BULLS (1400 LBS +) 92 97
LOW YIELD GRADE BULLS (1400 LBS +) 62 90
BABY CALVES UNDER 100 LBS NT NT
100 - 200 LB CALVES 140/hd 440/hd
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
**Sold in Weaned Segment
Jason Holmes, Decatur, 275# @ $ 210.00 Tuf Cooper, Decatur, 280# @ $ 175.00
Jason Holmes, Decatur, 350# @ $ 185.00 Jason Holmes, Decatur, 320# @ $ 170.00
**Diamond B Black Angus, Gainesville, 2 Hd Deal, 432# @ $ 184.00 **David Robertson, Aubrey, 440# @ $ 152.00
**James Eaton, Valley View, 500# @ $ 166.00 **Randy Crooks, Boyd, 515# @ $ 142.00
**Robert Ellison, Decatur, 600# @ $ 153.00 **Milner Enterprises, Southlake, 3 Hd Deal, 622# @ $ 135.00
**Jimmy Blakely, St Jo, 3 Hd Deal, 702# @ $ 137.00 **Van Bell, Aubrey, 730# @ $ 119.00
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    Consignments from May 3, 2021, were 976 head including: 24 Bulls, 262 Cows, 60 Calves, 95 Longhorns, 159 Stocker Heifers, 184 Stocker Bulls/Steers, 83 Feeder Heifers, 109 Feeder Steers.  The market rebounded from last week’s downward trend. Widespread rain across the state certainly helped improve the outlook for grass grazing. Average prices on every weight class were higher with much demand for weaned cattle. Bred cows and pairs steady to $50 lower with mostly older cows coming to town. Packer prices steady.  
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