Utah Department of Agriculture and Food

AG LS 144

 

 

Salt Lake City, Utah February 14, 2019 USDA—Utah Dept. of Ag Market News

 

 

Cedar Livestock Auction, Cedar City, Utah Thursday February 14, 2019

 

Receipts: 105.  Last Week: 193.  Feeder  Steers:  wts  under  700 lbs

mostly steady to lower; over 700 lbs higher.  Feeder  Heifers: mostly

lower.  Holstein  Steers:  scarce.  Slaughter  Cows: 3.00-4.00 lower. Slaughter Bulls: 1.00 lower.

 

Feeder Steers: 300-350 lbs 139.00 - 147.00;  350-400 lbs 127.00 - 136.00;

400-450 lbs  159.00 - 167.00;  450-500 lbs 156.00 - 163.00;  500-550 lbs

151.00 - 159.00; 550-600 lbs 148.00 - 156.00;  600-650 lbs 137.00 - 145.00;

650-700 lbs 122.00 - 130.00; 700-750 scarce; 750-800 lbs scarce;

800-1000 lbs scarce.

 

Holsteins Steers:  Large  Frame 3:  300-500 lbs scarce;  500—700 lbs

scarce; 700—900 lbs scarce; 900—1100 lbs scarce.

 

Feeder Heifers: Medium and Large Frame 1: 300-350 lbs 112.00 - 120.00;

350-400  lbs 107.00 - 115.00;  400-450 lbs 146.00 - 155.00;  450-500 lbs

132.00 - 141.00; 500-550 lbs scarce; 550-600 lbs scarce;

600-650 lbs scarce;  650-700 lbs scarce;  700-750 lbs

scarce; 750-800 lbs scarce; 800-1000 lbs scarce. Heiferettes: scarce.

 

Stock cows: Few Pairs 1,000.00-1,130.00/hd

 

Slaughter Cows:  Boning:  80-90% Lean: 47.00 - 49.00;  Breaking 75-80

Lean: 50.00 - 54.00.  Commercial: scarce;  Cutter 85—90% Lean: 41.00 —

45.00.

 

Slaughter Bulls:  Yield Grade: 1000—1500 lbs scarce; Yield Grade 1:

2100 lbs  72.00 - 80.00; Yield Grade 2: 1500-2000 lbs scarce; Feeder

Bulls: 500-700 lbs 103.00 - 110.00.

 

 

Source: USDA-Utah Dept. Of Agriculture Market News,

Salt Lake City, UT (970-286-8488.)

 

Salt Lake City, Utah Feb 1, 2019 USDA—Utah Dept. of Ag Market News

 

 

Basin Livestock Auction, Ballard, Utah Tuesday February 01, 2019

 

Receipts:  240. Last  Week:  52.  Feeder Steers: higher; Heifers:

mixed.  Holstein  Steers:  scarce.  Slaughter  Cows:  Slaughter Bulls:

no comparison.

 

Feeder Steers: 200-300 lbs scarce; 300-400 lbs scarce; 400-500 lbs  127.50;

500-600 lbs 79.00; 600-700 lbs 137.00 - 141.00; 700-800 lbs 126.00 - 129.00;

800-900 lbs scarce; 900-1000 lbs scarce; 1,000 lbs + scarce.

 

Holsteins  Steers: 300-400 lbs scarce; 400—500 lbs

scarce; 500-600 lbs scarce; 600—700 lbs scarce; 700-800 lbs scarce;

800—1000 lbs scarce.

 

Feeder  Heifers:  Medium  and  Large Frame 1—2: 200-300 lbs scarce; 300-400 lbs  131.00 - 136.00;

400-500 lbs 142.00; 500-600 lbs 140.00; 600-700 lbs scarce;

700-800 lbs 120.00; 800-900 lbs 111.00; 900-1300 lbs 86.00.

Heiferettes: 71.00 - 86.00; Bred Heifers 650.00 - 1225.00 per head.

 

Stock Cows: 47.75 - 55.25; Pairs: scarce.

 

Slaughter  Cows:  Boning: 80-90% Lean: 69.00-76.00;  Breaking 75-80

Lean:  70.00-79.00.  Commercial: scarce; Cutter 85—90% Lean: 40.00—

47.50.

 

Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade 1: 1000—1500 lbs scarce; 1500-2100 lbs

72.00-82.75.  Yield  Grade  2: 1400-2000 lbs scarce; Cutting Bulls:

700-1050 lbs scarce.

 

 

Source: Utah Dept. Of Agriculture Market News,

Salt Lake City, UT (970-286-8488.)

    

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Brand inspection for cattle is required in the state of Utah under the following circumstances:

Required Exceptions
Before moving cattle out of state, whether or not a change of ownership is involved Cattle foraging on an open range that transgresses the Utah state line and that of an adjoining state
Before selling cattle at auction No Exceptions
Before slaughter Persons may slaughter cattle for their own use on their own property without an inspection
When selling cattle by private treaty Baby dairy calves less than 60 days of age sold from the farm of origin

 

Please call your local Brand Inspector at least 24 hours in advance to schedule an inspection. Brand inspections are conducted only during daylight hours.

Transportation Rule - Owner/Transporter must have an official Brand Inspection Certificate or other acceptable proof of ownership in his/her possession.

BRAND INSPECTION FEES

Type of Fee Fee Per Head
Brand Inspection $0.75
Beef Promotion (cattle only) $1.50
Predator (cattle only) $0.25
Annual Permit 
Valid for multiple trips out of state, for calendar year only.
$15.00
Minimum Charge per Certificate $10.00

 

Change of Ownership
Cattle will remain in Utah -
Brand Inspection, Beef Promotion, and Predator fees are charged.
$2.50 per head x number inspected
Cattle will be shipped out of state -
Brand Inspection, Beef Promotion, and Predator fees are charged.
$2.50 per head x number inspected
No Change of Ownership
Cattle will be shipped out of state - Only the Brand Inspection fee is charged. $0.75 per head x number inspected

AG LS 141

 

 

Salt Lake City Utah  February 6, 2019 USDA Utah Dept. of Ag Market News 

    

Anderson Livestock Auction  Willard, Utah Tuesday February 5, 2019.

 

 

Receipts:  139.  Last Week:  No Auction.  Feeder Steers: mostly steady. Feeder Heifers: mostly steady to higher.

Holstein Steers: no compare. Slaughter Cows: mostly steady. Slaughter Bulls: too few to compare.

 

Feeder Steers: 200-300 lbs scarce; 300-400 lbs 150.00 - 156.00; 400-500 lbs 69.00 - 162.00;

500-600  lbs  105.00 - 159.00; 600-700 lbs scarce; 700-800 lbs scarce; 800-900 lbs scarce;

900-1000 lbs scarce.

 

Holsteins  Steers:  Large Frame 3:  300-500 lbs scarce; 500-700

lbs scarce;  700-900 lbs scarce; 800-1000 lbs scarce.

 

Feeder  Heifers:  Medium  and  Large Frame 1—2:  200-300 lbs 87.00 - 128.00; 300-400 lbs 115.00 - 145.00;

400-500 lbs 111.00 - 148.00; 500-600  lbs  102.00 - 129.00;  600-700 lbs

87.00 - 102.00; 700-800 lbs 42.00 - 91.00; 800-900 lbs 78.00 - 84.00;

900-1000 lbs 47.50 - 80.50. Heiferettes: scarce.

 

Stock Cows: scarce.

 

Slaughter  Cows:  Boning:  80-90% Lean: scarce; Breaking 75-80

Lean:  scarce. Commercial: scarce; Cutter  85—90% Lean: scarce

 

Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade 1: 1000—1500 lbs scarce; 1500-2100 lbs

scarce.  Yield  Grade  2: 1400-2000 lbs scarce; Cutting Bulls:

700-1050 lbs scarce.

 

Goats: 25.00 - 240.00 per head

Horses: 100.00 - 450.00 per head

Sheep: 39.00 - 147.00 per head

 

 

Source: USDA-Utah Dept. Of Agriculture Market News,

Salt Lake City, UT (435-230-0402.)

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