Cattle prices across Saskatchewan were on the rebound during the past week.
Provincial livestock economist Brad Marceniuk says feeder cattle prices were higher with feeder steers on average showing a jump of nine dollars per hundredweight.
He says feeder steers were up five to 12 dollars per hundredweight, depending on weight range.
The Benchmark 500 to 600 pound feeder steer price jumped 12 dollars to average 252 dollars 88 cents per hundredweight.
Feeder heifers rose between 75 cents and 10 dollars per hundredweight.
Prices for D1, D2 slaughter cows rose 1 dollar 20 cents to average 111 dollars 80 cents per hundredweight, while the price of D3 slaughter cows jumped 42 cents per hundredweight to average 99 dollars 67 cents.
These prices are provided by Canfax.