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SLAUGHTER CATTLE: Back to the country – $55.50. Best utility cows – $46 to $55.25. Best beef breed cows – $43 to $46.50. Medium cows – $38 to $45. Holstein steers – to $50. Beef breed steers – $57 to $70. Top bulls – $50 to $56.75. Medium bulls – to $45. STOCKER AND FEEDER CATTLE: Beef breed steers 400-700 lb. – $67 to $104. Beef breed steers 250-400 lb. – $82 to $89. Beef breed heifers 400-700 lb. – $71 to $87.50. Beef breed heifers 250-400 lb. – $80 to $82. Holstein steers 600 lb. &up – $39 to $50. Holstein steers under 600 lb. – $55 to $71. Holstein steers under 600 lb. – $56 to $84. Started calves – $180 and down. Cow &calf pairs – $1,020 and down. Bred cows – INA. DAIRY REPLACEMENT: Top Holstein springers – $1,300 to $1,950. Medium Holstein springers – INA. Fresh Holstein heifers – $650 to $1,200. Short bred heifers – $650 to $1,000. Open &breedable heifers – $520 to $775. Holstein breeding bulls – to $900. Holstein heifer calves – $300 and down. Crossbred calves – $118 and down. Holstein baby bull calves – $120 and down. HOGS AND PIGS: Butcher hogs – to $88. Feeder pigs – $72 and down. Weaner pigs – $32 and down. Sows &boars – to $30. SHEEP, GOATS AND HORSES: Lambs – to $119. Sheep – $76 and down. Goats – $110 and down. Horses – $330 and down.

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