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Markets were mixed today, although more positive than yesterday. Live cattle futures were higher, and if cash trade had waited until today to develop, perhaps the week’s cash prices could have been higher with encouragement from the futures.

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Cash cattle were unable to find much support, with the brunt of the week’s sales struggling to bring $114. Packers continue to reap high margins, with the Sterling Profit Tracker recording packers receiving $429.52 per head for the week ending Feb. 26.

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Markets were able to gain some momentum today, with live and feeder cattle contracts trading mixed. Cash cattle trade numbers were much higher, but not able to reach much higher than $114.

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“Livestock futures continue to grind lower, showing no interest in trading higher as traders are sidelined, not wanting to support the contracts until more fundamental clarity arises."

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The cattle industry has had a lot to stomach during the last few weeks: From the continued rally in the corn market, to the brutally devastating weather conditions that challenge cattlemen across the United States, to the fact that the legendary Ellington Peek’s Shasta Livestock Auction hosted its final weekly sale.

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Everyone waited with bated breath to see where markets would head after such a turbulent week. Live cattle traded mixed, feeder cattle higher, and the price of corn continued to hold its own.