October 11, 2017 Market Report

Thanks to all the sellers who contributed to the 778 head of cattle on Wednesday, we had a really nice run. With higher price quotes that reflect price of weaned and worked cattle, nicer weaned cattle remain in high demand. Fancy calf market is steady, but plainer non-weaned cattle showing some weakness. Good stock cows still remain in high demand. Mark your calendars for Saturday, November 11th when we will be having our Special Cow Sale, and on November 15th for our Special Weaned Stocker sale.  If you have any questions or to consign please contact Barn Manager Mike Godberson at 918-285-6818. Don't forget to join us for our weekly sales on Wednesday at 11:00 AM. Here is this week's Market Report...

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September 27, 2017 Market Report

Great rain made for a light run, but market was active in all classes, especially weaned-stockers.  We are expecting 600-800 head for this Wednesday's cattle sale.  Don't forget our special cow sale on Nov. 11th and our weaned-stocker special on Nov. 15th.  Feel free to call Mike Godberson at (918)285-6818 for additional details.  Here is our Market Report... 

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September 20,2017 Market Report

What a great run of cattle we had last week, reaching 679 head. Weaned cattle still have greater marketability vs. non-weaned cattle, up to 20-25 cwt higher in some cases. Quality was good on bawling calves, but heavy fresh conditions and it being fall time of year makes them less desirable. Butcher cows and bulls are still lower, with nice replacement cows still very valuable due to scarcity. Thanks to everyone who brought cattle and joined us, we look forward to seeing you this Wednesday at 11:00 am for our weekly cattle sale. Here is last week's Market Report...

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September 13, 2017 Market Report

Good afternoon everyone! What a great day we had yesterday as we ran just over 720 head of cattle through the sale. We seen a good run of stockers and feeders, with feeder cattle trading higher due to rise in feeder cattle futures. There is a good demand on fat non-weaned fancy calves, but a lower demand on plain fat calves. Also a high demand on weaned stockers. We cannot stress enough how much value you can add to your calves by weaning and fully vaccinating them. Fancy stock cows are in high demand because of limited numbers of them. Butcher cows and bulls were sharply lower this week. We are planning to have a weaned stocker special on November 15, so mark your calendars. Please join us next week as we are expecting another big run of calves and cows. Here is this week's Market Report... 

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September 6, 2017 Market Report

Good Afternoon everyone! We would like to take this time to thank the 70 sellers who brought their cattle Yesterday, bringing our head total to 398.  We are having a steady calf market with high demand for most classes. Fancy stock cow and pairs are in high demand. Come join us next week as we are expecting several feeder cattle and one dispersal of 15 young cows. Here is this week's Market Report...

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August 23, 2017 Market Report

Good afternoon everyone! Hope everyone is having a great week. What a great sale we had this week. Thanks to everyone who came out and joined us. Special thanks to all the Sellers who brought our head total to 526 cattle. We appreciate everyone and look forward to seeing you next Wednesday at 11:00 for our next cattle sale. Here is your weekly Market Report...  

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August 16, 2017 Market Report

Wonderful rain made for a short run this week, but calf demand remains high. Thanks to everyone who joined us and brought us cattle bringing our head total to 256. We would also like to remind you of our Customer Appreciation Dinner held at H&R Cattle Co. Cafe on Aug. 28 at 6:30.  Please RSVP by Aug. 23 via text or call to Mike Godberson at 918-285-6818. We look forward to seeing you there, and showing our appreciation for your continued support and business. Here is this week's Market Report... Expecting a great run next week!