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Devon cattle at Lakota Ranch, one of 22 sites to be featured on this year’s Culpeper Harvest Days Farm Tour Sept. 21 and 22.

In Virginia, feeder cattle mostly 1.00 to 10.00 lower. Slaughter cows mostly 1.00 higher. Wheat mostly .06 to .16 lower, new crop mostly .04 to .09 lower. Corn mostly steady to .28 lower. Soybeans uneven, ranging mostly .07 lower to .10 higher, new crop mostly .07 lower.

State Graded Feeder Steers, Medium and Large 1

400-500 lbs 130.00-143.50, average 140.50

500-600 lbs 121.00-143.00, average 134.97

600-700 lbs 106.00-135.50, average 130.69

700-800 lbs 113.50-130.50, average 125.22

State Graded Feeder Heifers, Medium and Large 1

400-500 lbs 98.00-119.50, average 113.87

500-600 lbs 89.00-124.00, average 117.57

600-700 lbs 99.00-115.50, average 110.66

700-800 lbs 90.00-115.00, average 105.00

Slaughter Cows

Boning, 800-1200 lbs, 37.00-63.00, average 52.96

Breakers, 1200-1600 lbs, 48.00-63.00, average 55.76

Wheat

Eastern Shore 4.19, new crop 4.30-4.35; Middle Peninsula 4.66, new crop 4.70; Norfolk 4.46, new crop 4.45-4.55; Roanoke 5.11; Wakefield new crop 4.10

Corn

Eastern Shore 3.64-3.84; Harrisonburg 4.32-5.00; Middle Peninsula 3.59; Norfolk 3.54-3.74; Hopewell-Petersburg 3.79; Wakefield 3.52-3.79

Soybeans

Eastern Shore 8.02-8.22, new crop 8.02-8.22; Harrisonburg 7.35-7.40; Hopewell-Petersburg 8.20, new crop 8.27-8.37; Middle Peninsula 8.07, new crop 8.07; Norfolk 8.52, new crop 8.32-8.37; Wakefield 8.00-8.37, new crop 7.85-8.27

Livestock prices per hundredweight; grain prices per bushel.

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