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Jul 8, 2016
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Meat Market Update | Ground beef and sausage products rule the grill

The Weekly Average Choice cutout was $2.83 lower on the heels of the dropping Choice rib and loin prices which is a normal seasonal event as we switch over to the dog days of summer when more hamburgers and sausage products get used for grilling....More
weekly cattle market outlook
Jun 30, 2016
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Weekly Cattle Market Wrap-Up | Pop in cattle market pull more head to auction

The feeder cattle market ended last week steady to $3 higher then got progressively better as the CME moved higher with mid-week auctions $3-7 higher with instances up to $9 higher. Slaughter cow prices were very uneven with auctions quoting prices from $3 lower to $3 higher....More
Jun 30, 2016
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Meat Market Update | Choice middle meats drop in value

The Daily Choice Rib primal has dropped almost $50 in the past two weeks and the Choice loin has followed a similar path. This is part of a normal seasonal decline of the Choice middle meats during this part of the grilling season....More
weekly cattle market outlook
Jun 23, 2016
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Weekly Cattle Market Wrap-Up | Normal seasonal declines continue

Feeder cattle runs continue their normal seasonal declines with 10,000 head less than the previous week....More
Jun 23, 2016
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Meat Market Update | Sales volume sees huge boost from Father's Day weekend

Sales volume was very good with 7,073 total loads sold -- the largest volume since October of last year. That big increase in volume indicates that beef movement for last week's big grilling holiday was good....More
weekly cattle market outlook
Jun 16, 2016
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Weekly Cattle Market Wrap-Up | Feeder cattle runs continue to be big

The feeder cattle runs to continue to be big and were 35,000 hd, which was 2000 hd over the previous week and 7000 hd over last year. The falling prices probably encouraged more movement since prices declined 3-10 dollars on the heels of the CME Live Cattle and Feeder cattle collapse on Monday....More

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