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  • Wes Ismael
    Apr 1, 2016
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    Cattle Market Weekly Audio Report for Saturday, Apr. 02, 2016

    After steady money early in the week, calves and yearling feeders traded mostly steady to $5 per cwt lower with instances of $10 lower. Feeder Cattle futures nose-dived an average of $3.85 on Wednesday; Live Cattle were down an average of $2.09....More
  • Wes Ishmael
    Mar 25, 2016
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    Cattle Market Weekly Audio Report for Saturday, Mar. 26, 2016

    Calves traded mostly steady to $5 per cwt lower, according to the Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS). Yearlings sold steady to $5 lower early in the week and then mostly $3-$8 lower. Harsh winter weather in the Central Plains and Northern Plains reduced receipts at some auctions and restricted cattle movement during the holiday-shortened week....More
  • Wes Ishmael
    Mar 18, 2016
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    Cattle Market Weekly Audio Report for Saturday, Mar. 19, 2016

    Calves and stocker-weight cattle traded mostly firm to $5 per cwt higher, with instances of as much as $10 higher, according to the Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS). Yearlings weighing more than 800 lbs. sold mostly $2-$5 higher. Cash fed cattle trade showed some initial promise Friday afternoon. A few live sales in the Texas Panhandle were $2 higher than last week at $140 per cwt....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
  • 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
  • Wes Ishmael
    Feb 26, 2016
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    Cattle Market Weekly Audio Report for Saturday, Feb. 27, 2016

    Calves traded mostly $3-$8 per cwt higher this week—instances of $10 higher—and yearlings sold mostly steady to $3 higher, according to the Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS). Depending on the region, buyers were after cattle for both graze-out winter wheat pasture and summer grass. Overall, demand is especially strong for calves and stocker cattle weighing 500-700 pounds, with the most demand for long-time weaned calves and light yearlings....More

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