Compared to the last report, Feeder Steers sold 10.00-15.00 lower except Number 1 Feeder Steers not tested. Feeder Dairy Steers under 600 lbs sold 15.00 higher, over 600 lbs sold 3.00 lower on a light test. Feeder Heifers sold steady to 10.00 higher except Number 1 Feeder Heifers not tested. Feeder Bulls sold 10.00 lower. Short Bred Replacement Cows sold 100.00 higher. Bred Replacement Cows sold 70.00 lower. Springer Replacement Cows not tested. Other Replacement Cattle not tested. Demand was moderate. Supply included: 76% Feeder Cattle (31% Steers, 12% Dairy Steers, 37% Heifers, 21% Bulls); 24% Replacement Cattle (61% Bred Cows, 25% Cow-Calf Pairs, 14% Bulls). Feeder cattle supply over 600 lbs was 27%.
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.”).