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Lots for Mogck & Sons Angus - 39th Annual Angus Bull & Female Sale (161)

Live Event Started: 2/17/22 1:00 PM (CST)
* Prices listed are unofficial. Contact sale management for official sale results
Lot 1
Sold For $13,500.00
Lot 33
Sold For $8,000.00
Lot 35
Sold For $8,000.00
Lot 103
Sold For $16,000.00
Lot 31
Sold For $7,000.00
Lot 32
Sold For $14,000.00
Lot 67
Sold For $12,500.00
Lot 69
Sold For $17,000.00
Lot 87
Sold For $11,500.00
Lot 3
Sold For $9,000.00
Lot 6
Sold For $6,500.00
Lot 8
Sold For $7,000.00
Lot 14
Sold For $8,000.00
Lot 18
Sold For $7,000.00
Lot 37
Sold For $10,500.00
Lot 34
Sold For $12,000.00
Lot 36
Sold For $9,000.00
Lot 62
Sold For $7,000.00
Lot 60
Sold For $9,500.00
Lot 75
Sold For $8,000.00
Lot 78
Sold For $6,500.00
Lot 94
Sold For $4,500.00
Lot 28
Sold For $6,500.00
Lot 27
Sold For $6,500.00
Lot 23
Sold For $8,250.00
Lot 51
Sold For $9,000.00
Lot 56
Sold For $14,500.00
Lot 68
Sold For $21,000.00
Lot 71
Sold For $7,500.00
Lot 81
Sold For $4,500.00
Lot 93
Sold For $9,500.00
Lot 113
Sold For $6,500.00
Lot 116
Sold For $5,500.00
Lot 117
Sold For $6,000.00
Lot 114
Sold For $5,500.00
Lot 2
Sold For $8,500.00
Lot 4
Sold For $8,000.00
Lot 5
Sold For $7,000.00
Lot 7
Sold For $6,000.00
Lot 9
Sold For $5,500.00
Lot 10
Sold For $6,000.00
Lot 12
Sold For $5,000.00
Lot 17
Sold For $7,000.00
Lot 20
Sold For $8,500.00
Lot 21
Sold For $7,000.00
Lot 84
Sold For $7,000.00
Lot 90
Sold For $6,000.00
Lot 89
Sold For $4,500.00
Lot 96
Sold For $7,000.00
Lot 104
Sold For $4,500.00
Sold For $13,500.00
Sold For $8,000.00
Sold For $8,000.00
Sold For $16,000.00
Sold For $7,000.00
Sold For $14,000.00
Sold For $12,500.00
Sold For $17,000.00
Sold For $11,500.00
Sold For $9,000.00
Sold For $6,500.00
Sold For $7,000.00
Sold For $8,000.00
Sold For $7,000.00
Sold For $10,500.00
Sold For $12,000.00
Sold For $9,000.00
Sold For $7,000.00
Sold For $9,500.00
Sold For $8,000.00
Sold For $6,500.00
Sold For $4,500.00
Sold For $6,500.00
Sold For $6,500.00
Sold For $8,250.00
Sold For $9,000.00
Sold For $14,500.00
Sold For $21,000.00
Sold For $7,500.00
Sold For $4,500.00
Sold For $9,500.00
Sold For $6,500.00
Sold For $5,500.00
Sold For $6,000.00
Sold For $5,500.00
Sold For $8,500.00
Sold For $8,000.00
Sold For $7,000.00
Sold For $6,000.00
Sold For $5,500.00
Sold For $6,000.00
Sold For $5,000.00
Sold For $7,000.00
Sold For $8,500.00
Sold For $7,000.00
Sold For $7,000.00
Sold For $6,000.00
Sold For $4,500.00
Sold For $7,000.00
Sold For $4,500.00
CORN MARKETS: It still looks like the market really doesn’t want to go anywhere until we get past the Sept. 30th reports. Export sales were poor at 182,300 MT, but then we had two daily sales announced this morning that added up to 206,600 MT (Schwieterman)
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BEEF WIRE: Cattle on Feed, Ogallala Livestock, Nebraska Drought; Record Meat Production
LIVESTOCK COMMENTS: The market remains strong relative to recent years, and it is offering a strong price for most classes of calves and feeder cattle.
CATTLE ON FEED: U.S. inventory reported at 11.279 million head on September 1st, up slightly from last year. This is the second highest September 1 inventory since the series began in 1996. The U.S. inventory has been larger than 11 million head for 58 out of the last 59 months
NATIONAL CATTLE TRACKER: The largest steer and heifer string sold this week was 351 heifers (738#) from Bloomfield, Iowa at $178.00. The second largest string was 309 heifers (683#) from Kingsville, Missouri at $179.50
NATIONAL STEER TRACKER: The largest steer string (700-899#) sold this week was 232 steers (793#) from El Reno, Oklahoma at $184.25. The second largest string was 219 steers (702#) from Ozark, Arkansas at $175.50. The average price for the top 10 steer strings sold this week was $177.38, compared to $175.09, last week
Weekly cattle slaughter reported at 667K head, compared to 667K last week and 643K last year. YTD slaughter at 24.7 million head, up 1.5% from last year (EWMP)
BEEF PRODUCTION: Weekly production reported at 548.9 million pounds, up 0.4% from last week, up 3.1% from last year (EWMP)
NATURAL GAS: Henry Hub drops 70 cents to $7.99
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