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Friday, June 19,2009

Fed trade fully steady

by WLJ
With the exception of moderate dressed trade in the Corn Belt last week, fed cattle trading was slow to develop. Last Thursday, some cattle traded in the region at $129-130 dressed basis with a few as high as $131-132 dressed in Nebraska.

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Friday, June 12,2009

Fed trade expected steady to $1 lower

by WLJ
Fed cattle marketing was off to a slow start last week with most marketings looking to be delayed until late in the week.

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Friday, June 12,2009

VIDEO auction

by WLJ
Cattle producers from 23 states consigned over 75,000 head of stockers, feeders and bred stock to the Superior Livestock satellite video auction. The auction was held at the Ameristar Hotel Casino in Council Bluffs, IA. Tuesdays offerings of yearling cattle traded steady with very good buyer interest and activity for the first half of the session.

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Friday, June 5,2009

Fall calves sell well on early video

by WLJ
Cattle traded early last week with prices sliding $3-4 lower than the previous week at $82 live on limited numbers in the south, while in the north, cattle feeders shipped cattle at $130-131.

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Friday, May 29,2009

Fed cattle market steady to $1 lower

by WLJ
The fed cattle market traded steady to lower last week with early trade prices at $84 in Texas last Thursday, while cattle in Nebraska traded the prior day at $85 live and $135-136 dressed. Prices were steady to $1 lower than the previous weeks action.

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Friday, May 29,2009

VIDEO auction

by WLJ
Angus, Hysham, MT, $115.00, May 22, Fort Worth, TX November delivery. 550 lbs, Select Cattle producers from 18 states VAC 24, Charolais-cross steer consigned over 38,000 head of calves, Crews Groves, Inc., Avon stockers, feeders and bred stock to Park, FL, $104.00, July delivery. 550 the Superior Livestock satellite video lbs, Natural, NHTC, VAC 34 , auction. The auction was held in a Angus-cross heifer calves with slight broadcast live from the Superior Brahman influence, Seminole Tribe Livestock Auction Studio in the his- of Florida, Inc.

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Friday, May 15,2009

Fed cattle market turns steady to higher

by WLJ
Fed cattle markets were looking steady to slightly higher last week as buyers came to the table looking to secure cattle to fill Memorial Day production needs. The demand has been on the increase from wholesale buyers to meet the holiday weekend sale needs.

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Friday, May 8,2009

Fed trade turns lower

by WLJ
A sagging boxed beef cutout and lackluster demand helped to pull cash cattle prices lower last week. Trade was started on Wednesday with some light volume in Texas and Colorado at $85, but much of the trade looked to be done by Thursday afternoon after Texas and Kansas feeders traded cattle at $84 live basis.

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Friday, May 1,2009

Fed market slips

by WLJ
Fed cattle markets were expected to trade lower last week although the competition between feedlots and packers remained deadlocked at midday last Thursday. Trade was predicted at $87 live and $140-142 dressed, down $1-2 from the prior week when cattle traded at $87.

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Friday, April 24,2009

Feeder cattle prices move sharply higher

by WLJ
Fed cattle trade developed last Thursday with live trade at $88 in Texas and dressed trade at $143-144 in Nebraska, $1 higher than the prior weeks action.

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