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Cattle markets ended the week unable to rally after a disappointing week. However, there was a small amount of cash trade that took place from $120-124.

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There has been a lot of hubbub about Denver’s National Western Stock Show (NWSS) and the Cattlemen’s Congress show in Oklahoma City, which jumped on top of the NWSS dates. The Oklahoma Chamber of Commerce and several other opportunistic groups, including cattlemen, are essentially trying to supplant NWSS, a major national stock show.

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After getting into the swing of spring the second week of April, markets slowed down and were unwilling to move higher last week. Cash trade managed to pick up at the end of the week, but futures stayed red across the boards.

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Colorado’s Deregulate Meat Sales Direct to Consumers bill is almost to the finish line. The legislation, sponsored by Sen. Jerry Sonnenberg (CO-R), Reps. Rod Pelton (R-65) and Donald Valdez (D-62) and dozens of other lawmakers, would make it easier for ranchers to sell meat directly to consumers.