About DVAuction

Background

Founded in 1999, DVAuction is the oldest and most respected livestock internet marketing service. Specializing in the real-time internet broadcasting of sales and special events, DVAuction provides a unique online viewing experience that is free to the public. Interested in watching our events live as they happen? Just complete our free and easy registration process and you can watch and listen today! If you are interested in bidding at one of our events, simply complete our quick and easy bidder approval process. DVAuction staff will contact you once you have been approved, and you can begin bidding at any of our auctions just as if you were ringside!

We offer our customers products and services unmatched by our competitors. Our track record proves real-time live auction broadcasts are a successful and viable marketing tool for anyone marketing products via a live auction. DVAuction.com is utilized by many unique visitors every month. Our database of registered viewers and approved online buyers continues to grow daily. During the last few years, DVAuction has received countless internet bids, resulting in the sale of many lots to online internet bidders.

In addition to purebred specialty sales, we also broadcast weekly sales from auction markets, providing up-to-date access to current livestock market reports. Specialty sales include beef cattle, horse, boer goat, lamb, land and many other types of auctions. All auctions are broadcast with live video, live audio, and secure bidding and messaging features.

Auction Internet Broadcast and Live Online Bidding

Internet bidding represents one of the fastest growing promotional tools available to the livestock industry. DVAuction currently maintains a large active user base that buy livestock through our service every day. A great many viewers watch each sale, providing a powerful marketing tool for your breeding program. Market worldwide through DVAuction!

Additional Information

LIVESTOCK COMMENTS: The CME feeder cattle index value on June 22nd registered at $165.23 per hundred-weight, which is nearly $12 higher than the first day of June and the highest since December 31st, 2021 when the index was $165.35
CATTLE ON FEED: U.S. inventory reported at 11.8 million head on June 1st, up 1% from last year. This is the highest June 1 inventory on record. The U.S. inventory has been larger than 11 million head for 55 out of the last 56 months
U.S. CATTLE REPORT: Compared to last week: Feeders down 45 cents; Boxed beef down $1.28; Beef production down 0.4%; Cattle weights down another 2 lbs; Corn down 34 cents
NATIONAL STEER TRACKER: The largest steer string (700-899#) sold this week was 595 steers (854#) from West Plains, Missouri at $166.10. The average price for the top 10 steer strings sold this week was $166.96, compared to $164.29 last week
NATIONAL CATTLE TRACKER: The largest steer and heifer string sold this week was 595 steers (854#) from West Plains, Missouri at $166.10. The second largest string was 280 steers (970#) from Lexington, Nebraska at $166.85
NATIONAL CALF TRACKER: The largest calf string sold this week was 102 heifers (456#) from Carthage, Missouri at $174.00. The average price paid this week for the top 10 calf strings was $192.63, compared to $188.66 last week
U.S. EXPORT SALES: Corn sales up noticeably; Beef sales lowest in 2022
MEATBOARD PM: Boxed Beef Choice: $264.98 (+0.32); Pork Carcass: $112.20 (+2.43); Chicken Breast: $308.49 (+3.06) (Boxed beef down $1.28 from last Friday)
CME LIVESTOCK: Live Cattle: $133.375 (-0.50); Feeder Cattle: $172.50 (-2.35); Hogs: $106.775 (+3.10); Milk: $23.505 (-0.55) (USDA mentioned $2-3 higher cash trade in the WCB at $150 on Thursday)
CME GRAINS: Corn: $7.5025 (+3.50); Soybeans: $16.1075 (+17.50); Wheat: $9.2375 (-13.50); Cotton: $103.76 (-32.56) (With the no limit trading during the deliveries, July cotton tanks)
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