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Fed cattle sharply higher
February 12, 2007
Light fed cattle trade developed at mid-week last week with many areas
seeing better money for cattle. Trade last Wednesday came in Nebraska
and the western Corn Belt at $90 live and $145 dressed basis. In Iowa
and Minnesota, a few early live sales traded $3-4 higher at $90 and a
few dressed sales traded $6 higher at $144. Trading was inactive
Wednesday on a very light demand in the southern Plains and Colorado. In
the south, feedlots were asking ...
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