New Holland, Pa.
June 18, 2020
Report Supplied by USDA

CATTLE: 1,075; Last Week: 1,041.

Compared to last week, slaughter steers sold mostly 2.00-3.00 lower. Dairy steers sold firm on a light market test. Not enough slaughter heifers for a market comparison. Slaughter cows sold steady to 2.00 lower. Slaughter bulls sold firm on a light test. Feeder dairy bull calves sold 5.00-5.00 lower. No comparison for Feeder dairy heifer calves. Supply included 176 Steers, 318 Cows, 51 Heifers, 9 Bulls, and 521 Feeder Dairy Calves Supply included: 52% Slaughter Cattle (41% Steers, 6% Dairy Steers, 5% Heifers, 37% Cows, 4% Bulls, 7% Dairy Heifers); 48%Feeder Dairy Calves (92% Bulls, 8% Heifers).

SLAUGHTER STEERS: CHOICE/PRIME 3-4: 11 head 1320-1570 lbs 110.00-116.00, 52 head 1320-1680 lbs 110.00-118.00. CHOICE 2-3: 19 head 1193-1500 lbs 103.00-109.00, 42 head 1285-1870 lbs 105.00-110.00; SELECT/CHOICE 2-3: 9 head 1183-1540 lbs 95.00-101.00, 1 head 1365 lbs 104.00.

SLAUGHTER HOLSTEIN STEERS: CHOICE 2-3: 17 head 1395-1675 lbs 84.50-90.50. SELECT/CHOICE 2-3: 4 head 1250-1750 lbs 77.00-81.00.

SLAUGHTER HEIFERS: CHOICE/PRIME 3-4: 2 head 1140-1165 lbs 120.00, 3 head 1340-1490 lbs 110.00. CHOICE 2-3: 5 head 117-1540 lbs 104.00-105.00, 2 head 1355-1695 lbs 103.00-108.00. SELECT/CHOICE 2-3: 5 head 1105-1225 lbs 95.00-96.00.

SLAUGHTER COWS: BREAKERS: 75-80% lean, Avg dress 63.00-69.50, High dress 70.00-75.50, Low dress 58.00-60.00; BONER: 80-85% lean, Avg dress 63.00-69.50, High dress 70.00-75.00, Low dress 58.00-62.50; LEAN: 85-90% lean, Avg dress 57.00-62.00, High dress 63.00-65.00, Low dress 53.00-56.00.

SLAUGHTER BULLS: YG 1-2: 3 head 83.00-89.00, 6 head 125--2050 lbs 95.00-100.00, 3 head 960-1555 lbs 79.50-81.00.

FEEDER BULL CALVES: #1: 6 head 75 lbs 105.00-120.00, 14 head 80-85 lbs 100.00-117.00, 1 head 80 lbs 220.00, 36 head 90-95 lbs 100.00-122.00, 2 head 95 lbs 190.00-200.00, 27 head 100-105 lbs 105.00-122.00, 6 head 100-105 lbs 185.00-210.00, 16 head 110-115 lbs 105.00-135.00, 1 head 110 lbs 195.00, 4 head 120-125 lbs 110.00-122.00, 1 head 135 lbs 110.00, 1 head 145 lbs 105.00. #2: 2 head 70-75 lbs 65.00-70.00, 7 head 80-85 lbs 80.00-95.00, 13 head 90-95 lbs 70.00-100.00, 2 head 90-95 lbs 150.00-175.00, 12 head 100-105 lbs 80.00-105.00, 3 head 100-105 lbs 160.00-175.00, 6 head 110-115 lbs 85.00-100.00, 1 head 120 lbs 80.00, 1 head 145 lbs 75.00. #3: 1 head 50 lbs 110.00, 4 head 60-65 lbs 20.00-35.00, 2 head 70-75 lbs 45.00-50.00, 1 head 80 lbs 75.00, 3 head 90-95 lbs 40.00-55.00, 5 head 100-105 lbs 50.00-65.00, 2 head 110 lbs 40.00-75.00, 1 head 120 lbs 65.00. UTILITY: 5 head 70-75 lbs 25.00-45.00, 5 head 80-85 lbs 10.00-35.00, 1 head 85 lbs 50.00, 6 head 90-95 lbs 15.00-30.00, 1 head 90 lbs 30.00, 5 head 100-105 lbs 5.00-45.00, 1 head 100 lbs 60.00.

HOLSTEIN HEIFER CALVES: #1: 2 head 85 lbs 230.00, 1 head 95 lbs 215.00, 2 head 100 lbs 180.00-220.00. #2: 1 head 85 lbs 45.00, 1 head 85 lbs 100.00, 2 head 90 lbs 40.00-50.00, 1 head 90 lbs 150.00, 2 head 110-115 lbs 100.00-150.00. UTILITY: 2 head 60-65 lbs 5.00-15.00.

Please Note: The above USDA LPGMN price report is reflective of the majority of classes and grades of livestock offered for sale. There may be instances where some sales do not fit within reporting guidelines and therefore will not be included in the report. Prices are reported on an FOB basis, unless otherwise noted.

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/1909

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