Torrington Livestock Auction WY

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Torrington, WY    Fri Mar 22, 2013    USDA- WY Dept of Ag Market News

Feeder Cattle Weighted Average Report for 03/22/2013 
Torrington Livestock Commission Co.
Receipts: 625        Week Ago: 900        Year Ago: 575
  Compared to last Friday: Slaughter & Feeder Cows steady to 1.00 lower;  
Slaughter Bulls steady to 1.00 lower. Demand good. Slaughter cows and bulls 
accounted for approximately 50 percent of the run; feeder cows 30 percent, 10 
percent feeder cattle and bred cows 10 percent.
   Slaughter Cows:
             Pct Lean    Weight    Avg Dressing   High Dressing   Low Dressing
Breakers     75-80                                                                   
Boners       80-85    1000-1650    76.50-84.50    85.00-90.50     72.00-76.00
Lean         85-90     850-1350    72.50-79.50    82.50-87.00     66.00-70.50
   Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade 1-2: 1350-2500 lb 90.00-99.00; high dressing 
104.00, low dressing 86.00-88.00.

   Feeder Cows: Medium-Large 1: Heifers 650-950 lb 108.00-114.00; Heiferettes 
800-1075 lb 94.00-106.00; Young 900-1250 lb 79.00-92.00; Aged to Middle Aged 
average & fleshy condition 1100-1600 lb 76.50-85.00, thin 72.00-80.00.

Bred Cows: (Tested for Age, Pregnancy and Bangs vaccination) 
Per Head Basis: Medium and Large 1:

Heifers                         1025-1075 lb     1185.00-1210.00
Aged Short Solid                     1225 lb     970.00
Aged Short Term                      1225 lb     940.00
Source:  USDA- WY Dept of Ag Market News Service, Torrington, WY
         (307)532-4146  24 Hour recorded market information 307-532-7200 
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