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Mar 17, 2016
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Meat Market Update | Ball Park season, grilling pushes cutout higher

The Choice cutout continues to climb driven by the demand for grilling along with "Ball Park" season....More
Wes Ishmael
Mar 11, 2016
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Cattle Market Weekly Audio Report for Saturday, Mar. 12, 2016

Calves and stocker-weight cattle traded mostly steady to firm with instances of $5 per cwt higher this week. Yearling feeder cattle weighing more than 800 pounds sold unevenly steady from $3 higher to as much as $4 lower....More
weekly cattle market outlook
Mar 10, 2016
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Weekly Cattle Market Wrap-Up | Wheat pasture run turns out big numbers

On the cow slaughter end of things, there was another good run at the test auctions with 6,200 head. Prices were either side of steady from $1 lower to $1 higher. Meat prices continue to improve....More
Mar 10, 2016
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Meat Market Update | Round and chuck holding cutout prices back

The round and chuck prices are declining a little more than normal, which keeps the cutout from really skyrocketing and holding back a true grilling season rally....More
Wes Ishmael
Mar 4, 2016
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Cattle Market Weekly Audio Report for Saturday, Mar. 05, 2016

Buyers continued their aggressive pursuit of calves and feeders for spring and summer grazing amid active trade and heavy receipts in the major marketing areas. Calves sold steady to $5 per cwt higher, while yearling cattle brought mostly steady money to $3 more....More
weekly cattle market outlook
Mar 3, 2016
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Weekly Cattle Market Wrap-Up | Wheat pasture cattle ramp up volume

There are extremely big runs of wheat pasture cattle and prices were steady to $1 higher on heavier yearlings because of tremendous volume of steers over 800 lbs....More
Mar 3, 2016
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Meat Market Update | Grilling season rally has started

The grilling season rally has begun on the heels of the increased prices for middle meats (Choice Loin and Rib primal) for grilling and 50% trimmings used in hot dogs and sausage products aimed at the baseball season....More

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