Compared to last month’s Special Feeder Sale, Number 1 Steers over 700 lbs sold steady to 5.00 lower on a light test, other Number 1 Steers not tested; Number 1-2 Steers sold steady to 20.00 lower; Number 2 Steers sold steady to 10.00 lower. Holstein Steers over 800 lbs sold steady on a light test; other Holstein Steers not tested. Number 1 Heifers not tested; Number 1-2 Heifers sold steady to 10.00 higher; Number 2 Heifers sold 20.00 higher on a light test. Feeder Bulls sold steady on a light test. Demand was moderate. Supply included: 97% Feeder Cattle (38% Steers, 6% Dairy Steers, 35% Heifers, 20% Bulls); 3% Replacement Cattle (100% Cow-Calf Pairs). Feeder cattle supply over 600 lbs was 42%.
Additional NYS cattle auction prices can be found at: https://www.ams.usda.gov/market-news/feeder-and-replacement-cattle-auctions#NewYork.
(Funds to support the NYS Market News program come from New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets project “Stocker cattle: Using underutilized grasslands to improve economic viability of the Southern Tier while providing viable careers for beginning farmers.”).