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Live Event Starts: 3/12/23 1:00 PM (CDT) in 3 months, 1 week, 4 days, 1 hour, and 48 minutes

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OKC WEST (El Reno, Oklahoma): Receipts reported this week at 9,698 head, compared to 9,428 last reported and 10,400 last year. There were 10 strings this week that were 100 head or larger and 28 strings that were 50 head or larger (U.S. CATTLE REPORT)
BLUE GRASS STANFORD: The largest string sold at Stanford so far in 2022 was 256 heifers (641#) at $176.00 on August 18th. There have been 34 sales at Stanford so far in 2022 that were 100 head or larger (WATCH LIVE)
THURSDAY SALES: Blue Grass Stanford, Paris Stockyard, Producers Livestock, Coffeyville, Mitchell, Clarinda, Central, Enid, Mid Missouri, Orland, Willcox, Eureka, I-40, Cattlemen's, Salem, Callaway (WATCH LIVE)
NATIONAL CATTLE TRACKER: There have been 197 steer sales (700-899#) in South Dakota so far in 2022 (50 head min) that brought $180.00 or higher compared to 1,234 in Nebraska (U.S. CATTLE REPORT)
NATIONAL STEER TRACKER: The largest steer string sold on Wednesday on the National Steer Tracker (700-899#) was 208 steers (774#) from Yankton, South Dakota at $198.75. The average price for the top 10 steer strings sold on Wednesday was $181.94, compared to $177.79 on Tuesday
OKC WEST: The largest string sold this week at OKC West was 197 steers (812#) at $174.75. The second largest string was 196 steers (586#) at $211.50 (U.S. CATTLE REPORT)
CATTLE TRADE: So far for Wednesday negotiated cash trading has been slow on light demand in the Southern Plains with a few live purchases at 155.00 (U.S. CATTLE REPORT)
RANKING OF STATES WITH THE MOST CATTLE: Texas had the most cattle in the United States in 2022 followed by Nebraska and Kansas. Texas, Nebraska and Kansas account for roughly 28% of the cattle in the U.S. (VIEW REPORT)
DAILY CATTLE SLAUGHTER: 3 straight days at 128K. Wednesday slaughter at 128K head, compared to 129K last week and 124K last year. WTD slaughter at 384K head, compared to 386K last week and 369K last year (U.S. CATTLE REPORT)
CATTLE INVENTORY: All cattle and calves in the United States as of January 1, 2022 totaled 91.9 million head, 2 percent below the 93.8 million head on January 1, 2021 (VIEW REPORT)
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