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Missoulian Missoula Livestock Exchange statistics

The Missoula Livestock Exchange shows 608 total receipts for April 27, 2000.

Slaughter cows: Utility and Commercial, $40 to $50; high yielding, $40 to $50; canner and cutter, $34 to $39; thin shelly, $30 to $34.

Slaughter bulls: YG1, $50 to $55; YG2, $48 to $50; feeder, $42 to $46.

Heiferettes: 850-1,100 lbs., $50 to $60.

Steer calves: 300-400 lbs., $100 to $120; 400-525 lbs., $100 to $105; 525-600 lbs., $93 to $100; 600-675, $85 to $93.

Heifer calves: 300-400 lbs., $95 to $115; 400-525 lbs., $93 to $97; 525-600 lbs., $85 to $93; 600-650 lbs., $83 to $87.

Yearling steers: 675-750 lbs., $76 to $83; 750-850 lbs., $75 to $76; 875-950 lbs., $70 to $75; $975+ lbs., $65 to $70.

Yearling heifers: 675-750 lbs., $73 to $78; 750-825 lbs, $70 to $76; 825-900 lbs., $68 to $72; 900+ lbs., $66 to $70.

Holstein steers: 300-500 lbs., $70 to $80; 500-700 lbs., $60 to $65; 700-900 lbs., $58 to $60; 900-1,100 lbs., $41 to $48.

Stock Cows: Pairs, bred heifers, $650 to $875; Pairs, young, No to test; Pairs, $700 to $870; Pairs, short-term, N/A.

Killer cows, $100 to $200 higher. Killer bulls, steady. Calves and yearlings, very strong. Stock cows, $650 to $800. Pairs, $750 to $800.

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