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Big Horn Classic August 22-25, 2017 John Wollenburg

BIG HORN CLASSIC | SHERIDAN, WYOMING

OFFERING 165,000 HEAD

AUGUST 22-25, 2017

Tuesday August 22nd

Region 3/4/5/6 Weaned Calves
Region 3/4/5/6 Calves on Cows
Bred Stock

Wednesday August 23rd
Holsteins & Corrientes
Region 3/4/5/6 Feeder Steers & Feeder Heifers
Region 1 & 2 Feeder Steers & Feeder Heifers
Region 2 Weaned Calves & Calves on Cows from
North Dakota & South Dakota

Thursday August 24th 
Region 1 & 2 Weaned Calves and Calves on Cows from
Wyoming, Utah, Idaho, Nevada & California
Customer Appreciation Dinner 6pm 

Friday August 25th 
Region 2 Weaned Calves & Calves on Cows from
Montana, Nebraska & Colorado

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Superior Livestock February 21st Video Auction - Oklahoma City, OK



VIDEO CATTLE AUCTION 
THURSDAY February 21, 2019
BROADCAST LIVE FROM THE 
EMBASSY SUITES 
1815 SOUTH MERIDIAN
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK

NEW CHANNEL
DISH NETWORK ~SLA-TV CHANNEL 997

www.superiorclicktobid.com

SUPERIOR SUNRISE @ 7:30 A.M. (CT)
VIDEO AUCTION @ 8:00 A.M. (CT)


** OFFERING 48,500 HEAD **

550 HOLSTEINS
14,700 YEARLING STEERS ~ 8,950 YEARLING HEIFERS
24,000 WEANED CALVES ~ 200 CALVES ON COWS
100 BRED STOCK

HOLSTEINS 2095 ~ 2099
REGION 3/4/5/6 FEEDER STEERS 2100 ~ 2212
REGION 3/4/5/6 FEEDER HEIFERS 2213 ~ 2275
REGION 1 & 2 FEEDER STEERS 2276 ~ 2297
REGION 1 & 2 FEEDER HEIFERS 2298 ~ 2309
REGION 1 & 2 WEANED CALVES 2310 ~ 2338
FLORIDA CALVES 2339 ~ 2345
REGION 3/4/5/6 WEANED CALVES 2346 ~ 2424
MEXICANS 2425 ~ 2450
BRED STOCK 2451 ~ 2453


IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO KNOW THE ESTIMATED TIME A LOT WILL SELL
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OR TO PREVIEW THE VIDEO ON A SPECIFIC LOT VISIT OUR WEBSITE
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FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL 800-422-2117

USDA Announcement

 

USDA announces Fed Cattle Exchange transactions to be included in mandatory price reporting
 
In an important announcement, Superior Livestock Auction’s wholly owned subsidiary, Fed Cattle Exchange, received good news when an announcement came from the USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) determining that livestock traded in this format meet the definition of a “negotiated purchase;” whereas, negotiation indeed occurs because buyers can bid on the livestock offered and sellers can either accept or refuse the final bid. Therefore, since October 5, 2016, the USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service has included including Fed Cattle Exchange transactions in National and Regional direct negotiated slaughter cattle reports. 
 
The goal of the Fed Cattle Exchange is to provide the industry with more transactions to consider when determining the average cash price of market-ready fed cattle. By increasing transparency in the cash cattle market the industry hopes to reduce volatility in futures contracts. The need for assistance in fed cattle price discovery is very evident. Competitive bidding is the most effective means of determining market value and more open negotiated trading of fed cattle is beneficial to the entire beef industry.   
 

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