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Wednesday, April 23,2014

AFTERNOON MARKET UPDATE; April 23

by DTN
The cash cattle trade remained untested at midweek with just a few preliminary bids thrown on the table. For example, Northern producers saw bids around $232 to $233, well below general asking prices of $237 to $238.

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Wednesday, April 23,2014

DAILY FED CATTLE; April 23

by WLJ
So far for Wednesday negotiated cash trade was mostly inactive on light demand in all feeding regions. The latest established market in the Southern Plains was last week with live sales at 146.00.

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Friday, April 18,2014

WEEKLY FEEDER CATTLE SUMMARY; April 18

by WLJ
Compared to last week, feeder cattle under 800 lbs sold steady to 3.00 higher while those weighing over 800 lbs traded weak to 2.00 lower with most declines continuing in the Southern Plains. Stocker cattle and calves (where tested) were steady to 5.00 higher with 6 weight stockers near the major grazing regions selling fully 6.00-8.00 higher.

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Wednesday, August 17,2011

FEEDER CATTLE MARKET UPDATE

by WLJ
In Oklahoma City, OK, this week, feeder steers sold $2-3 higher, those in the 800-900 lb. class traded $5-7 higher. Feeder heifers were called $2-5 higher. Steer and heifer calves were $3-7 higher.

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Friday, July 2,2010

DAILY FED CATTLE MARKET REPORT

by WLJ
Thus far for Friday, negotiated cash trade was mostly inactive on light demand in the southern and northern Plains as well as the western Corn Belt. Not enough sales in any major feeding region to establish an adequate market test. The latest available market

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Thursday, July 1,2010

DAILY FED CATTLE MARKET REPORT

by WLJ
Fed cattle trade on Thursday in the southern Plains was light on light demand. Compared to Wednesday live sales traded steady at $91. In Kansas on Tuesday dressed sales traded at $143. In Nebraska trade was limited on light demand.

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Thursday, July 1,2010

DAILY FEEDER CATTLE REPORT

by WLJ
In Oklahoma City, OK, this week, feeder steers and heifers over 700 lbs. were called steady. Feeder cattle and calves under 700 lbs. were steady to $2 higher. Demand was called moderate for feeder cattle, but improved later in the day.

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