New Holland, Pa.
Nov. 4, 2019
Report Supplied by USDA

RECEIPTS: 1008; Last Week 992.

Compared to last week, traditional slaughter steers not tested. Non-traditional slaughter steers sold mostly steady to 1.00 higher. Slaughter Holstein steers and slaughter heifers not tested. Slaughter cows sold steady to 1.00 higher. Demand good. Slaughter bulls sold 3.00-4.00lower on light demand. Offerings included 179 slaughter steers, 230 slaughter heifers, 274 slaughter cows, 100 slaughter bulls, 225miscellaneous cattle, and 497 dairy feeder calves. Supply included: 100% Slaughter Cattle (20% Steers, 61% Cows, 19% Bulls).

SLAUGHTER STEERS: CHOICE 2-3: 65 head 1255-1595 lbs 100.00-129.00.

SLAUGHTER COWS: BREAKERS: 75-80% lean, Avg dress 49.00-55.50, High dress 56.00-57.50, Low dress 44.50-47.00; BONER: 80-85% lean, Avg dress 48.00-54.50, High dress 56.00-60.50, Low dress 40.00-47.50; LEAN: 85-90% lean, Avg dress 40.00-46.00, High dress 47.50-52.00, Low dress 35.00-39.50.

SLAUGHTER BULLS: YG 1: 14 head 1025-1710 lbs 80.00-126.00. YG 1-2: 24 head 830-2050 lbs 70.00-79.00, 24 head 715-2165 lbs 62.00-72.00.

Price and grade information is reported by QSA-USDA Market News Service. While market reports reflect the majority of Livestock sold at each sale, there are instances where animals do not fit reporting categories and are not included in this report.

Source: USDA AMS Livestock, Poultry & Grain Market News PA Dept of Ag Market News New Holland, PA; 7173542391;https://mymarketnews.ams.usda.gov/; https://mymarketnews.ams.usda.gov/viewReport/1908