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Cash livestock market at noon

Direct cash cow trading is very quiet after Wednesday’s mild to moderate trading. The suggested price is $ 140 in the South and $ 236 or more in the North. Look for some additional deals that will develop in the rest of the week. So far this week, live trading in the South has been around $ 138, almost consistently $ 1 lower than last week’s weighted average. Trading in the north is almost $ 234, not $ 1 lower than last week’s weighted average base in Nebraska. Live sales in Colorado were around $ 145, much like last week’s business.

Boxed beef is low at noon due to low demand for light meals. The choice is $ 263.99, which is $ 1 lower, and the selection is $ 240.40, which is $ .41 lower. The selection / selection spread is $ 23.48.

At the Hass livestock market in Nebraska, steers and heifers were $ 3 to $ 6 higher than they were two weeks ago. USDA says the demand from buyers in the crowd was good. Receipts have increased since the last sale and that year. The feeder supply included 66% steers and 89% of the offerings were over £ 600. Medium and Large 1 Feeder Steer £ 765-785 brought $ 176- $ 178, and Feeder Steer £ 871-890 brought $ 166.75- $ 177. Medium and large 1-feeder heifers £ 787 were $ 167.25 and feeder heifers 811-821 were $ 158.75- $ 159.25.

Cash pigs drop sharply at noon and negotiated purchases are moderate. The industry continues to monitor the availability of pigs for the market. Processors were able to move the desired number and start the day without actively engaging in procurement activities. Demand for US pork in the global market is strong, but long-term concerns are putting pressure on prices. Barrows and Gilts at National Daily Direct are $ 3.75 lower, with a base range of $ 112 to $ 123 and a weighted average of $ 116.11. Iowa / Minnesota is $ 2.11 lower and the weighted average is $ 121.57. The Western Corn Belt is $ 2.16 lower and the weighted average is $ 121.21. The price of the Eastern Corn Belt was not confidently reported at noon.

Butcher pig prices in the Midwestern cash market are stable at $ 77.

The pork value drops at noon and drops by $ 1.47 at $ 107.09. Your stomach and picnic will drop sharply. Butt and ham were low. Loin and ribs were high.

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