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May 15, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

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· Northwest Arkansa* TIMES, Wed., May TS, 1974 FAYtTTEVILLE. ARKANSAS iDiiiiiiniiiiiiii iiffliiiniHTO! in UHSIUIKII: 111 1 Hiu Livestock Report National Health Proposals Upset Insurance Firms Sales were up over a year ago at the livestock auctions in Uie area last week according to the Federal-State M a r k e t News Service reports. The auction results at Fayetteville and Rpringdalo were: SPRINODAI.E CATTLE: Estimated receipts 9DO, a week ago 1097. a yc.ir ago 790. Slaughter cows and bulls steady to strong. Feeder steers $l.-4. higher. Feeder heifers steady to S3 h i g h e r . Supply largely G'ood ami low Choice '100-600 Ib. feeder steers. 25 per cent heifers. 15 per cent cows and 1 per cent hulls. SLAUGHTER COWS: Utility and Commercial J27.-32.10. High dressing Utility S32.10-33.20. Camier and Cutler S24.-28. SLAUGHTER BULLS: Yield grade 1-2 1100-1425 Ihs. S38.-42. FEEDER STEERS: Choice 350-400 Ihs. few sales $45.50-46.. · 400-500 Ibs. S40.-14.25. 500-GOO Ibs. S37.CO-41.80. (MO-700 Ihs. 538.38.25. Good and Choice 300-400 Ih.s S41.50-4I.75. '100-500 Ihs. $38.- ·12.50. 50MOU Ibs. S35.-38. Good ·100-500 Ibs. J35.-38.. 500(500 Ihs. $32.-:io. F E E D E R I I K I F E R S : Choice 200-250 Ibs. S4G.-47.75. 250-400 few sales $40.75-44., 400-500 Ibs. S3G.-39.25, 500-GOO Ibs. S33.-36. Good and Choice 300-400 Ihs. S3S.-39., 400-500 Ibs. S33.-36., 500600 Ibs. S31.-33. Good 300-400 Ihs. 533.50-36.00. -100-550 Ibs. S30.-34 REPLACEMENT C O W S : Good and Choice 3-8 year old 650-1000 Ibs S27.-33. Choice 3-5 year old cows S276.-347. per individual. COW AND CALF PAIRS: Choice 3-6 year old cows with 100-200 !b. calves at side S400.- 435. per pair. Gnod and Choice 3-6 year old cows w i t h 75-150 Ib. calves at side S325.-412.50 per pair. HOGS: Estrmaled receipts 200, including 8 sows and 3 boars, week ago 310, vear ago 170, Compared to la'st week barrows and gills .50 lower. Sows about steady. Feeder pigs *5.-7. lower. BARROWS AND GILTS: US 1-3 200-250 Ibs. S27.-27 50 SOWS: US 2-3 300-400 Ihs $21.-22.; 400-500 Ibs. $20 -21 BOARS: $20-20.(id. FEEDER PIGS: US 1-2 50-60 Ibs. S22.50-2o.25 per head; US 1-3 30-40 Ibs. 514.50-19.50 pel- head; 40-50 Ills. $19.-22.50 per head. FAYETTEVILI.E CATTLE: Estimated receipts 1.000, a week ago 797, a year ago 1288. Slaughter sows steady to strong. Slaughter bulls $2.-3. lower. Feeder steers sfeacly to $2. higher. Feeder heifers SI.-2. higher. Supply largely Good and low Choice 250-600 Ih. feeder steers, 25 per cent heifers. 15 per cent cows and 1 per cent bulls. SLAUGHTER COWS: Utility and Commercial S2G.50-31.50'. High dressing Utility $31.5033.50. Cutler $25.-28. SLAUGHTER BULLS: Yield grade 1-2 1100-1475 Ihs. $35.7338.75. FEEDER STEERS: Choice 200250 Ibs. $49.50-33., 250-300 Ibs. S46.-50., 300-100 )hs. $41.-46., 400-700 Ibs. S26.-40. High Good and low Choice 300-400 Ibs. $37.41.25, 400-500 Ihs. S34.-37., 500600 Ibs. S33.-36. Good 300-500 Ibs. S32.-37.50. FEEDER HEIFERS: Choice 200-250 Ibs. S50.-53.. 250-350 Ibs. $42.50-47., 350-500 Ibs. 335.40., 500-600 Ibs. S33.-36.25. High Good and iow Choice 300-100 Ibs $35.75-39., 400-500 Ibs S33.-3G., 500-600 ibs. S32.-33.75. Good 300550 Ibs. S30.-36. REPLACEMENT C O W S : Choice 2-7 year old cows 7001000 Ibs. S2S.75-32.80. Good $25.25-30. COW AND CALF PAIRS Choice 3-5 year old cows with 200-300 Ib. calves at side $-125.470. Choice 3-7 year old cows with 50-150 Ib. calves at side S380.-435. per p a i r . Good 3-7 year old cows with 50-150 Ib. calves at side S305.-410. per pair. HOGS: Estimated receipts 400 including 31 sows and 3 boars, n-eek ago 412, year ago 169 Compared to last week's sales: Barrows and gilts steady. Sows steady. Feeder pigs S5.-8. lower. BARROWS AND GILTS: US 1-2 200-240 Ibs. S28.25-28 50; US 1-3 200 275 Ibs. S27.75-28.25. SOWS: US 1-3 300-400 Ibs. 521.-22.: 400-559 Ibs. S20-21 BOARS: S20.-22. FEEDER PJGS: US 1-3 30-40 Ibs. S15.-20. per head; 40-50 Ibi S19.-21. per head; 5080 Ibs. 520.25 24.50 per head By JOHN' C U N N I F F NEW YORK ( A P ) -- The commercial h e a l t h industry, recipient of more t h a n S I 4 b i l l i o n p;irl of the financing and ad........ Insur- "Let's do it together," said: Bingay. "Let's build an Ameri- system"--as he sees it, a private-sector ef- They maintain they are barely able to make a profit. In the 1969-1973 period they say that 20 large group health insurers averaged only one-third of a cent profit on each dollar. Inefficient? "We're competitive," said Bingay. "If you turn the business over to gov ernmeht, what competition would it have? None. II its expenses rose it would go back to the taxpayer lor more money." While conceding t h a t insurers could do little about general inflation critics maintain that they declined even to exert pressure where they could but instead simply paid the bill! and raised prices. "Our shirts aren't completely clean but more is being done in recent years," Bingay said. He said efforts are made to cooperate with other segments of the industry in restraining rsi- ing costs and prices. ance. "A congressman can gen- Despite this an Industry rep' headlines. The .public can get fort by the various elements of somthing for nothing. There's that the insurers m i g h t be un- the health care system and the so much compelling dogma." s. "It could put us (the in- The industry's position is that dustry) out of business, .said Opponents or i n s u r a n c e company participation in a national health plan have described James liingay. president of Mil- prehensive national health "before we even get in the sta them as fat with profits, unres should be serviced by private phased in gradually and that said Bingay in reference to the federal government of at least n Daily 9-10; Sun. Closed 20" 3 H.P. LAWNMOWER Prinqles Twin Pack GLASSES 3i75 BAKEWARE Reg. to 2.33 4 Days Ea. 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