LANESBORO, Minn. — Wednesday’s Slaughter Cattle Auction: A total of 873 head sold. Choice beef steers and heifers sold $1 lower. Choice Holstein steers also sold $1 lower. Market cows and bulls sold mostly steady.

High choice all natural beef steers and heifers brought 83.00-89.25. High choice beef steers and heifers brought 83.00-86.00. Choice beef steers and heifers brought 81.00-83.00. Select and choice beef steers and heifers brought 75.00-81.00.

High choice and calf fed Holstein steers brought 74.00-76.10. Choice Holstein steers brought 71.00-74.00. Select and choice Holstein steers brought 65.00-71.00.

Market cows brought 30.00-46.00. High-dressing market cows brought 46.00-52.50. Market bulls brought 50.00-58.00.

Friday’s Regular Livestock Auction:


Choice Holstein springing heifers brought $1,100-$1,285. Open Holstein heifers brought 89.00-115.00 Holstein heifer calves brought 162.00-200.00. Cow calf pairs brought 950.00-1,135.00.

Good take home Holstein veal calves brought 60.00-110.00.

50 to 70 lb. feeder lambs brought 108.00-112.00. 70-90 lb. feeder lambs brought 108.00-110.00. Market ewes and bucks brought 21.00-26.00.

Feeder cattle: 300-500 lb. beef steers brought 95.00-118.00. 500-700 lb. steers for 88.00-105.00. 700-900 lb. beef steers brought 82.00-92.00. 300-500 lb. beef heifers brought 90.00-116.00. 500-700 lb. beef heifers brought 84.00-97.00. 700-900 lb. beef heifers brought 77.00-81.50. 200-400 lb. Holstein steers brought 75.00-115.00. 400-600 lb. Holstein steers brought 68.00-89.50. 600-1,000 lb. Holstein steers brought 65.00-74.00. Market cows brought 30.00-46.00. High-yielding cows brought 46.00-53.00. Market bulls brought 53.00-58.00.

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