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Cash livestock market at noon

Another light round of direct cash cow trading is underway. In Kansas, there were some live $ 135 deals that were perfectly stable in business on Tuesday. Bids in other parts of the cow country are $ 135 live and $ 216 for changing clothes. On weekend holidays, before the end of Thursday’s day, transactions may continue to come in coins and coins. Trading volumes are expected to be low in the coming weeks. This week’s trading is at $ 135 both in the South and the North, down $ 1 to $ 3 from the weighted average base of the previous week.

Boxed beef was mixed at noon with mild to moderate demand for medium products. The choice is $ .14 low at $ 261.25 and the choice is $ .09 high at $ 250.01. The selection / selection spread is $ 11.24.

At the Sioux Falls Regional Beef Auction in South Dakota, feeder steers under £ 550 were $ 1 to $ 4 higher and £ 550 to $ 650 steers were $ 1 to $ 3 lower than last week. Steers from 650 to 700 pounds were consistently up $ 3 and steers from 1000 to 1050 pounds were down $ 4 to $ 6. Feeder heifers of 350-500 pounds are $ 1-3 lower, heifers of 500-600 pounds are $ 3-5 higher, and heifers of 650-750 pounds are $ 1-5 lower. I did. According to USDA, cattle demand was good, with clean, black-hidden cattle being the most in demand. Receipts for the week have decreased. The feeder supply included 59% steers and 74% of the offerings were over £ 600. Medium and large 1 feeder steer £ 602-639 was $ 174-181.50 and feeder steer £ 652-698 was $ 163–178.50. Medium and large 1-feeder heifers from 519 to 548 pounds were $ 165-179 and feeder heifers from 603 to 649 pounds were $ 154-170.

There was no comparison in Cashhog, but there was a well-negotiated purchase to start the day. Processors continued to monitor the availability of market-ready wheelbarrows and gold leaf, and in most cases were able to move the desired number without aggressive bidding. Demand for US pork in the global market is strong and is expected to continue. However, there are concerns that it is putting pressure on prices. All eyes look at Thursday’s quarterly pig and pig reports from USDA. Pigs weighed 289.3 pounds this week. That’s £ 1.5 lower than last week, but £ 0.6 higher than the previous year’s level. The basic range for Barrows and Guilts in National Daily Direct ranges from $ 59 to $ 64, with a weighted average of $ 61.09. Prices in the local direct market are not reported for confidentiality.

The Midwest cash market is closed this week.

The value of pork rises at noon and rises by $ 3 at $ 87.91. Ham is rising sharply. Loin, buttocks, ribs and stomach are all high. The picnic goes down sharply.

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