Carlisle, Pa.
Nov. 12, 2019
Report Supplied by Auction

RECEIPTS: Cattle: 190 Calves: 90; Lambs 67; Hogs 25.

Compared to last Tuesday, slaughter steers and heifers were 5.00-6.00 higher. Slaughter holsteins were 2.00-3.00 higher. Slaughter cows were 2.00-4.00 higher. Calves were mostly steady.

SLAUGHTER STEERS: High Choice/Prime: 1420-1745 lbs 117.00-121.00; Choice: 1315-1815 lbs 112.00-116.75, one 1105 lbs 110.00.

SLAUGHTER HOLSTEIN STEERS: High Choice/Prime: 1405-1510 lbs 89.00-93.50; Choice: 1485-1710 lbs 82.00-88.50; Select: 1435-1655 lbs 63.00-78.00.

SLAUGHTER HEIFERS: High Choice/Prime: 1230-1455 lbs 112.00-113.75; Choice: 1075-1150 lbs 102.00-108.00; Holsteins 205-1620 lbs 61.50-70.00; Returned to Feed: 38.00-57.50.

SLAUGHTER COWS: Breakers: 59.00-64.00; Boners: 56.00-63.00; Lean: 51.00-59.50; Low Dress: 44.00-50.00; Shelly: 43.00 and down.

BULLS: 1175-1760 lbs 60.00-70.00.

FEEDER STEERS: MED/LGE 1: 650-775 lbs 104.00-116.00, 500-860 lbs 85.00-100.00, 170-350 lbs 54.00-61.00.

FEEDER HEIFERS: LGE 1-2: 375-600 lbs 58.00-85.00, 650-1050 lbs 74.00-105.00, 495-525 lbs 43.00.

FEEDER BULLS: 620-750 lbs 48.00-53.00, 160-190 lbs 32.00-75.00.

HOLSTEIN BULL CALVES: Returning to Farm. #1: 95-120 lbs 90.00-110.00; #2: 95-120 lbs 75.00-87.50, 80-90 lbs 47.50-57.50; #3: 80-120 lbs 30.00-60.00.

BEEF CROSS BULLS: 100-110 lbs 152.50-175.00.

BEEF CROSS HEIFERS: 85-120 lbs 145.00-177.50.

KIDS (hd): Fleshy: 80.00-172.00; Small: 50.00-70.00.

LAMBS: 50-75 lbs 172.00-192.00, 80-100 lbs 162.00-174.00, 120-145 lbs 160.00-165.00.

SHEEP: 45.00-105.00.

NOTE: Fed and feeder cattle sale, Tuesday, Nov. 19.

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