Richland Center Market Report  07/07/20 8:30:32 AM

July 6, 2020
 
Fed Cattle Steady
   
High Yielding Choice Steers & Heifers  
  80-86
Choice Holstein steers
  75-79
Unfinished Steers & Heifers
  74 & down
High Yielding Choice Beef G&Y Results nt
   
 
Cull Cows Steady
 
20% sold from 65-73.50
60% sold from 46-64
20% sold below 45 & down
   
 
Cull Bulls

Steady

Bull Market nt
Light bulls  
 
Calves (Sold by the Head) Steady
 
110 LBS AND DOWN

80% of HolsteinBull Calves                                                  


95-145
Quality Holstein Heifer Calves 50 & DOWN
Quality Beef Calves 100-280
Light and Poor Quality Calves 90 & down
                                                          
                                                             
Feeder Cattle:
 
NEXT SPECIAL FEEDER/DAIRY SALE: July 9th & 23rd

 
   
Beef Steers 300 to 400 lbs. 120-140
Beef Steers 400 to 500 lbs. 120-130
Beef Steers 500 to 600 lbs. nt
Beef Steers 600 to 700 lbs. 110-143
Beef Steers 700 to 800 lbs. nt
Beef Steers over 800 lbs. nt
Beef Heifers under 300 lbs. nt
Beef Heifers 300 to 400 lbs. nt
Beef Heifers 400 to 500 lbs. up yo 109
Beef Heifers 500 to 600 lbs. up to 110
Beef Heifers 600 to 700 lbs. up to 109
Beef Heifers 700 to 800 lbs. nt
Beef Heifers over 800 lbs. nt
Holstein Steers under 300 lbs. nt
Holstein Steers 300 to 400 lbs. 100-128
Holstein Steers 400 to 500 lbs. 100-125
Holstein Steers 500 to 600 lbs. 100-115
Holstein Steers 600 to 700 lbs. 90-102
Holstein Steers 700 to 800 lbs. 86-101
Holstein Steers 800 to 1000 lbs. 70-90
Holstein Steers over 1000 lbs. 98 & down
Good Heavy Bred Black Cows  975-1325
Other Lighter Beef Cows
  
650-950
Bred heifers                                                                                      700-1425

 
Dairy Replacement Cattle  
Monday sales now accepting sheep, goats, and hogs. fdr goats 125/culls 65 and down
Heavy butcher hogs up to 29
Heavy Sows 25-35
Boars 8-10
Fat lamb up to 132
Cull Ewes 45 and down
Feeder Lambs NT
   
                                       

 

 
We will be open Sunday from 4 to 6 pm to bring in your Monday cattle.  
Feeder Cattle and Dairy Sales 2nd and 4th Thursday. Barn will be open from 4-7 pm the Wednesday night before feeder sale.
 
 


 
ADVANCE CONSIGNMENTS BELOW  
40 head hol strs 600-800 # 3 rounds shots on some feed
   
   


 

 

Notes:

CALF/SLAUGHTER SALES ARE ON MONDAY'S @ 11:00,calves selling by the head. slaughter to follow. On the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month are Feeder Sales, starting at 11:00 AM with slaughter to follow. 1st,3rd and 5th Thursdays are slaughter only, starting at 1:00 PM. Please call and list your cattle in advance for better marketing results. Make a appointment to have us come and look at your cattle on the farm. Office 608-647-6151 - Market Manager ANDY HUEBSCH @ 608-434-4023

NO SPECTATORS
 
As we attempt to comply with Governmental Orders and Directives in order to continue providing livestock marketing services, we cannot permit entrance to anyone who is not an employee or active buyer.
NO SELLERS INSIDE THE BARN OR OFFICE
 
We very much value the partnerships we have with our livestock sellers.  For their health and wellbeing as well as that of our employees, we are restricting all sellers to the unloading docks only.  Please deliver your livestock and promptly depart the facility.  Should you absolutely not be able to wait for the mail to deliver your check, please call the market office.  We will be setting a very narrow window of time for checks to be distributed in the parking lot in a drive thru manner.
 
WE ARE VERY SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE BUT THESE STEPS ARE ESSENTIAL AS WE ATTEMPT TO MAINTAIN OPERATIONS GIVEN THE CURRENT GOVERNMENTAL ORDERS AND MANDATES.

We are making every effort to comply with all government orders and guidelines while continuing to provide important Livestock Marketing Services to our valued patrons.  For those reasons we have made the following operational changes:
  • We will no longer be allowing Spectators in any of our facilities.  Admittance must be limited to only active buyers (no spouses, children, guests, etc.).
  • Employees will also be restricted to their respective working areas and we will be restricting market employee hours to only essential time (non-essential tasked will be suspended for now).
  • Sellers should deliver their livestock to the receiving areas and then depart the facility.  We will not be allowing sellers to enter the barn or the arena/office areas.  Producers who absolutely cannot wait for the mail to deliver their check can contact the market office by phone to make arrangements to pick up their check during a very limited window of time in the parking lot in a drive thru fashion.

 We realize these are major inconveniences to producers, however, these steps must be taken to keep the number of people at the market to an absolute minimum in order for us to continue operations.  If these steps are not taken or not enforced, Equity Cooperative Livestock Sales Association will likely be forced by Government Officials to cease operations and close facilities. 
 
We understand the need to continue marketing livestock and will continue to monitor this every changing situation and make adjustments as needed to remain open and operating.  Please bear with us and be patient as we navigate this unprecedented situation.
 
Thanks,
Curt Larson
President and CEO

 

 
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