Lots for Cream of the Crop Kiko Sale - 14th Annual Sale (111)

Live Event Starts: 10/2/21 12:00 PM (CDT) in 1 week, 13 hours, and 33 minutes
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NATIONAL CALF TRACKER: The largest calf string sold this week was 150 heifers (437#) from Madras, Oregon at $149.50. The average price paid this week for the top 10 calf strings was $179.98, compared to $192.03 last week (VIEW REPORT)
KANSAS CATTLE TRACKER: The largest steer and heifer string sold this week in Kansas was 183 steers (945#) from Salina at $139.50. The second largest string was 182 steers (896#) from St. Mary's at $151.50 (VIEW REPORT)
How Cotton is Grown: After cotton has been harvested, producers who use conventional tillage practices cut down and chop the cotton stalks
Quarterly Hogs and Pigs: United States inventory of all hogs and pigs on September 1, 2021 was 75.4 million head (VIEW REPORT)
CATTLE ON FEED: U.S. inventory reported at 11.2 million head on September 1st, down 1% from last year (2nd highest on record). The U.S. inventory has been larger than 11 million head for 46 out of the last 47 months (VIEW REPORT)
CATTLE ON FEED: U.S. placements reported at 2.10 million head, up 2% from last year (VIEW REPORT)
CME LIVESTOCK: Live Cattle: $128.15 (-0.475); Feeder Cattle: $157.35 (+0.50) Hogs: $87.275 (+2.525); Milk: $17.18 (+0.00)
CME GRAINS: Corn: $5.2675 (-2.50); Soybeans: $12.85 (+0.75); Wheat: $7.2375 (+6.00); Cotton: $96.85 (+3.54)
USDA estimates daily cattle slaughter at 110K head, compared to 118K last week and 113K last year (Fri )
BEEF PRODUCTION: Weekly production reported at 527.9 million pounds, down 2.2% from last week, down 4.3% from last year (EWMP)
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