Oklahoma oil and gas prices: October 9, 2012

Oklahoman Published: October 9, 2012
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Mewbourne Oil Co.; Clystia 21 No. 1H Well; NE1/4 NW1/4 NW1/4 NW1/4 (SL) of 21-17N-21W; TD 12,723.

Seminole: TriPower Resources LLC; Gillespie No. 1 Well; C SE1/4 NW1/4 of 21-09N-07E; TD 4,300.

Tillman: Tiger Eye Resources LLC; Copeland No. 1 Well; C SW1/4 SW1/4 SW1/4 of 01-03S-19W; TD 5,200.

Tiger Eye Resources LLC; John Horton No. 2 Well; SW1/4 NE1/4 NW1/4 NE1/4 of 11-03S-19W; TD 5,200.

Tiger Eye Resources LLC; Thomas Gaines No. 1A Well; SW1/4 NE1/4 SW1/4 SE1/4 of 02-03S-19W; TD 5,200.

SOURCE: OIL-LAW RECORDS CORP.

LIVESTOCK

Monday's livestock report from the Oklahoma City Stockyards:

Receipts: 7,000; Last Monday: 4,780; Year ago: 7,021

Compared to last week: Feeder steers steady to $1 higher. Feeder heifers $1-$3 higher. Demand good for feeder cattle. Steer calves $4-$12 higher, most advance under 550 lbs. Heifer calves sold firm to $3 higher. Demand very good for long weaned calves moderate for others. Wide swings in day and night temperatures making it tough to keep un-weaned calves healthy. Cold front moved in over the weekend leaving frost on an early October pumpkin this morning. Many areas of the state reporting record low temperatures of 27-32 degrees. Quality plain thru attractive and improved from last week. Feeder demand improved some as cattle futures and live cattle prices showed strength last week.

Feeder Steers: Medium and Large No. 1: Calves: 325-400 lbs. few $190-$212, 345 lbs. thin fleshed $221; 400-450 lbs. $176-$198, 410 lbs. thin fleshed $204; 450-500 lbs. $165.50-$176.50, 455 lbs. value added $186; 500-550 lbs. $158-$174, fancy $175-$176; 550-600 lbs. $149-$161, value added $150-$168, fleshy $142-$148.50; 600-650 lbs. $139.50-$149.50; 650-700 lbs. $136-$145.50; 700-800 lbs. $132.50-$138; Yearlings: 600-700 lbs. $148.75-$150.25; few 700-800 lbs. $143.50-$148; 800-900 lbs. $133.50-$142.75; lot 1000 lbs. $126. Medium and Large No. 1-2: Calves 400-475 lbs. $168-$179; few 535-540 lbs. $150; 585 lbs. thin fleshed $153; 610 lbs. $142; Yearlings: 600-635 lbs. $142-$145; 700-800 lbs. $138-$145; 800-850 lbs. $138-$142.25; 850- 875 lbs. $129-$136.50.

Feeder Heifers: Medium and Large No. 1: Calves: 300-400 lbs. $171-$187; 400-500 lbs. $144-$160; 500-550 lbs. $137-$145.25, value added $142.50-$146; 550-600 lbs. $136.50-$142, fleshy $130-$136; 600-700 lbs. $127.50-$135; 720 lbs. $125; Yearlings: few 600-700 lbs. $137.50-$141.25; few 700-725 lbs. $133.25-$136; few 800-850 lbs. $124.50-$131.50; 900-975 lbs. $119.50-$123. Medium and Large No. 1-2 Calves: 400-450 lbs. $144-$151; 450-500 lbs. $141.75-$145.50; 500-550 lbs. $134.50-$142.50; 550-600 lbs. $131-$141.25, 585 lbs. thin fleshed $143.50; 645-700 lbs. $130-$137.50; Yearlings: 600-700 lbs. $132-$140.75; 700-750 lbs. $132-$137.75; 750-700 lbs. few $124-$126; 800-850 lbs. $120-$130.

HOGS

Receipts: 300

Compared to last Wednesday

Barrows and Gilts: Steady

U.S. Nos. 1-3 220-270 lbs., $45

Sows: Steady to $2 higher.

U.S. Nos. 1-3 300-500 lbs., $26-$30

U.S. Nos. 1-3 500-700 lbs., $32-$34

Boars: 200-250 lbs., $20; over 250 lbs., $5

SOURCE: USDA-OKLAHOMA AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT MARKET NEWS SERVICE