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Noon Cash Livestock Market-Brownfield Ag News

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Cash livestock market at noon

The beginning of a quiet day for direct cash cow trading activities. So far this week there have been light deals in the South, mainly at $ 138, about $ 2 lower than last week’s weighted average. Nebraska and Iowa reported nearly $ 239 scattered businesses below the weighted average base in Nebraska last week. The asking price has been revised from about $ 140 to $ 142 living in the south and over $ 240 living in the north.

Boxed beef is low at noon due to low demand for light meals. The choice is $ 264.78 lower by $ $ 1.79 and the choice is $ 245.03 lower by $ .96. The selection / selection spread is $ 19.75.

At the Kansas Winter Livestock Auction, the £ 800 to £ 925 feeder steer was $ 3 to $ 5 lower with a light receipt compared to last week. Feeder breeding cows of £ 800 to £ 900 were $ 1 to $ 3 higher on light receipts. There were not enough calves provided for accurate market testing. USDA states that demand is moderate. Receipts have decreased weekly and yearly. The feeder supply included 49% steers and 95% of the offerings were over £ 600. Medium and large 1 feeder steer £ 887-896 was $ 154.10- $ 154.60 and feeder steer £ 920-935 was $ 153-153.25. Medium and large 1-feeder heifers ranged from £ 788 to $ 151.35 and feeder heifers from £ 819 to £ 829 from $ 145.50 to $ 151.

Cash pigs are expensive at noon and there are solid bargaining purchases. The processor bids to start the day to move the desired number. Demand for US pork is relatively strong in the global market and domestically, helping to provide price support. The industry continues to monitor the availability of pigs for the market. Barrows and Gilts at National Daily Direct are $ 1.28 higher, with a base range of $ 114 to $ 125 and a weighted average of $ 118.61. Iowa / Minnesota is $ .90 higher and the weighted average is $ 123.83. The Western Corn Belt is $ 1.52 higher, with a weighted average of $ 123.81. Due to confidentiality, the price of the Eastern Corn Belt has not been reported.

Butcher pig prices in the Midwestern cash market were stable at $ 76. In Illinois, sows for slaughter were priced $ 1 lower, and demand for lighter products ranged from $ 40 to $ 52. Barrows and gold leaf were stable, with demand for light products ranging from $ 71 to $ 80. Wild boars ranged from $ 45 to $ 50 and $ 10 to $ 15.

The value of pork is strong at noon, $. 09 will rise to $ 111.24. Ham, loin and picnics are all expensive. My stomach is suddenly low. The ribs and bats are low.



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