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Cash livestock market at noon

There was no direct cash cow trading activity during the week when this holiday was shortened. There are no reportable deals on Tuesday, and packers and feedlots appear to be standing off. Bids have not surfaced and the asking price is insufficient. Your business may hold up until sometime Thursday or Friday.

Boxed beef rises sharply at noon due to strong demand for modest products. Choice is $ 268.24, which is $ 3.58 higher, and Select is $ 241.92, which is $ 2.05 higher. The selection / selection spread is $ 26.32.

In the Ozark area stockyards of Missouri, lightly tested steers and heifer calves are $ 3 higher and well-tested 1-year-old steers are $ 3 to $ 6 higher than last week. rice field. USDA states that demand is good when calves are in low supply and yearlings are in high supply. There were more than 30 yearlings in the offering. Receipts decreased weekly and increased year by year. The feeder supply included 73% steers and 68% of the offerings were over £ 600. Medium and large 1 feeder steers were £ 869-897 for $ 160.60- $ 167.75 and feeder steers were £ 920 for $ 164.25. Medium and large 1-feeder heifers 614-629 pounds were $ 159-161.50 and feeder heifers 657-692 pounds were $ 155.50-160.

Cash pigs rise sharply at noon and there are large purchases by negotiation. Processors started the day very aggressively in procurement activities and bid to move the desired number. The industry continues to monitor the availability of pigs for the market. Demand for US pork in the global market is strong, which helps to provide price support. Barrows and Gilts at National Daily Direct are $ 7.28 higher, with a base range of $ 112 to $ 127 and a weighted average of $ 121.16. Iowa / Minnesota is $ 2.60 higher and the weighted average is $ 122.93. The Western Corn Belt is $ 1.13 higher and the weighted average is $ 123.03. Due to confidentiality, the price of the Eastern Corn Belt has not been reported.

Butcher pig prices in the Midwestern cash market are stable at $ 77. In Illinois, the price of slaughtered sows was stable and there was modest demand for modest products of $ 40- $ 52. Barrows and gold leaf were stable and there was moderate demand for medium-sized products from $ 74 to $ 83. Wild boars ranged from $ 45 to $ 50 and $ 10 to $ 15.

The value of pork drops at noon, down $ 3.06 to $ 111.42. Belize fell nearly $ 24 at noon. The ham was also low. The buttocks, hips, picnics, and thorax are high and sharply high.

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