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Cash trade had picked up by the middle of the week and live steers sold from $106-110—mostly at $110. Dressed steer purchases were too light for a market trend for most of the week, but were selling between $169-173 Thursday.

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Cattle markets traded mostly sideways all week, with a disappointing show by the cash cattle market. The Sterling Beef Profit Tracker, produced by Sterling Marketing Inc., recorded packer margins to be $490.37 per head for the first week of December.

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In January, there will be several changes which will impact farmers and ranchers, including leadership positions for key committees and the secretary of Agriculture.

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Cash cattle trade trended mostly at $110 last week and dressed purchases at $172. Trade volume picked up throughout the week, but was still slow on light demand.

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In fall 2019, the Certified Angus Beef (CAB) brand created the Rural Relief Fund as a way to rally their community to provide support. Today, every penny of the sales of its coffee table book, Sheltering Generations–The American Barn, support the fund.