Cattle prices across Saskatchewan were mainly moving upward in the latest weekly summary from the Saskatchewan ministry of Agriculture.
Feeder steers were up as much as five dollars 50 cents per hundredweight.
The benchmark 500 to 600 pound feeder steer category was up 38 cents to 205 dollars 38 cents per hundredweight.
Feeder heifers were up as much as 8 dollars from the previous week.
Overall, feeder heifer prices averaged about four dollars per hundredweight higher.
Cattle marketings were 11,340 head, a jump of 400 head from the week before.
The price for D1, D2 slaughter cows increased one dollar 65 cents per hundredweight to average 100 dollars 90 cents, while the price of D3 slaughter cows rose 40 cents to average 90 dollars 30 cents.
U.S. feeder cattle futures were up 3 to 5 dollars per hundredweight.