Heifer prices defy industry trends, stay steady

Despite record-low profitability ratios in the U.S. dairy industry, the demand for and value of heifers across the country remains strong. FULL STORY »

Heifer market steady, calves up slightly

Springing heifer prices at four auction sites across the country were virtually unchanged compared to a month ago. FULL STORY »

Heifer prices slip in the West, Southwest

Compared to last month, springing heifer prices have fallen in livestock markets in Turlock, Calif. and Sulphur Springs, Texas. FULL STORY »

Calf and heifer prices remain strong, steady

Prices for springing heifers at most recent auctions were near steady with last month. FULL STORY »

Strong milk prices buoy heifer prices for now

Heifer prices at most recent auctions were steady to higher compared to a month ago. FULL STORY »

Heifer prices slip in California, rally in Wisconsin and Texas

At most recent auctions, prices of springing heifers were generally steady with the previous month. FULL STORY »

Heifer prices mixed, calf market steady

At most recent auctions, prices of springer heifers were generally a little weaker compared to the previous month. The exception was the Turlock, Calif. auction where top-end springer heifers topped out at $1,800. Prices for dairy heifers calves were mostly unchanged from last month, topping out at $150 to $160 at the Stratford, Wis., and Sulphur Springs, Texas. locations, reports Greg Scheer, dairy analyst with Doane Advisory Services in St. Louis, Mo. FULL STORY »

Replacement heifer demand steady, calf market softens

At the most recent auctions, springing heifer prices were mostly higher than last month. Top end springer heifers topped out at $1,750 in Stratford, Wisconsin. Despite high feed costs, demand for replacement heifers remains strong due to the high milk price. Dairy calf prices eased slightly from last month, topping out at $150 in Stratford, Wisconsin and $175 in Sulphur Spring, Texas, reports Greg Scheer, dairy analyst with Doane Advisory Services in St. Louis, Mo. FULL STORY »

Demand for replacement heifers slows

Heifer prices at most recent auctions were generally lower than last month. With milk prices moderating from record high levels, demand for replacement heifers has slowed. Top end springing heifer prices peaked at $1,900 in Turlock Calif., last month, but topped out at $1,750 this month in Stratford, Wis. Calf prices were steady to firm with last month. Top end heifer calf prices in Stratford, Wis., jumped to $205 from the high end of the range last month of $180, reports Greg Scheer, dairy analyst with Doane Advisory Services in St. Louis, Mo. FULL STORY »

Heifer demand holding up

At the most recent auctions, springing heifer prices were generally stable with the previous month. Top end springing heifer prices peaked at $1,900 in Turlock Calif., but were only at $1,325 in Sulphur Springs, Texas. Demand for heifers is holding up due to record high milk prices. Calf prices were generally steady with a month ago. High end prices for dairy calves in Stratford, Wis., were $185, reports Greg Scheer, dairy analyst with Doane Advisory Services in St. Louis, Mo. FULL STORY »

Heifer prices generally stable

At the most recent auctions, springing heifer prices were generally stable with the previous month. However, top-end springers did top out above $2,000 in Turlock, Calif. Record-high milk prices are encouraging producers to maintain herds, but heifer supplies remain abundant. FULL STORY »

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