DTN CATTLE PRICES/TRENDS 02/09 09:05 HEAD SOLD LIVE STEERS DRESSED LIVE HEIFERS DRESSED KANSAS . . . . . NEBRASKA . . *189-190(BID) . *189-190(BID) TEXAS . . . . . COLORADO . . . . . IOWA . . . . . *=PRIVATE SOURCES DTN COMMENTS: The country is fairly quiet this morning with just a few Northern bids noted following yesterday's moderate trade. Best early guesses are that Kansas moved around 16,000-18,000 head at mostly 120.00, $1.00 higher than last week. Texas traded around 5,000-6,000 head also at 120.00, $1.00 higher, Colorado sold around 3,000-4,000 head also at 120.00, $1.00 higher. The North seem to be somewhat of a question mark due to severe winter weather, some Eastern Nebraska yards reported snow totals around 4-6 inches. Very little dressed trade was reported in this area, but a few live deals were marked at 118.00-119.00. While it looks like Southern trade is essentially done for the week, we should see more trade in the North sometime today and/or tomorrow. Asking prices on cattle left on showlists are around 122.00 the South, and 192.00-195.00 in the North. Beef cutouts are expected to be lower with light to moderate box movement. NOTE: Feedlots are encouraged to call DTN with any cattle sales, at 1-800-369-7675, 1-402-399-6402, or 1-402-462-8897. All sales will be listed anonymously and organized by state. General trends and summaries from this data will be posted on the Daily Sales Reported to DTN page.