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Cattle Prices in Oklahoma End Way Up

Filed by KOSU News in Local News.
January 3, 2012

Compared to last year at this time, cattle prices are up as much as $45, depending on the weight of the steer and where it’s sold.

Take Feeder Steers. At the start of 2011, one weighing between 400 and 450 lbs. had an average price tag of $148.97 at Oklahoma National Stockyards. For the last week of 2011, that same steer is selling for about $194.

That’s not the only example either. Others abound. To get more, click here for the latest report out of Oklahoma National Stockyards. Compare that to the prices from the start of 2011, which can be found here.

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