Here we are at the longest day of the year already. Bought a rolling chicken coop at an auction, 350 bucks. The chickens better really lay eggs now! A large crowd and very active market. Good dairy cows were once again higher. Top cows $2,100, 2000, Lavon & Sarah Martin, Spencer. $2000 Swiss cross James Weaver, Colby. $1,900 William McCluskey, Glenwood City. Top Swiss cow $1,700 Kyle Schmitt, Cadott. Top cows $1,500 to $2,100. Good cows $1,150 to $1,450. Springing heifers mostly $850 to $1,200. Open heifers $.80 to $.90/lb. Single birth Holstein heifer calves mostly $50 to $90 per head. 85% of good Holstein bull calves sold $70 to $120 per head. Top $125. Crossbred bull & heifer calves $150 to $210/head. Holstein breeding bull 1295 lbs @ $1,400. Slaughter bulls up to $.79. Choice Holstein steers and heifers $.83 to $.88 with Dairy crosses up to $.96. Select and overweight steers $.75 to $.8250. 50% of market cows sold $.59 to $.6950. Top Holstein $.73. Hay market was lower with more new crop hay coming in. Grass rounds and squares $40 to $50 per bale. 3x3x7 dairy quality $77.50 per bale. Thanks for your business!!
JWO Notes & Market Report 6-18-2020
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