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Cattle trade remains slow as another storm pounds region
The last significant fed cattle trade was a week ago Friday when the
market was established at $85 and $135 on limited trade prior to
Christmas. Heavy winter weather in much of the feeding states has slowed
trade significantly. At midday Thursday, just a handful of cattle traded
at steady levels with the prior week.
Slaughter was much slower last week with the holiday-shortened
schedules. For the week through Thursday, 343,000 head passed through
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