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by WLJ
2015 May 8
 Afternoon National Slaughter Cattle Review as of 2:00 pm FridayThus far for Friday negotiated cash trade has been slow on light to moderate demand in Nebraska and the Western Cornbelt with a few
by DTN
2015 April 22
GENERAL COMMENTS: A light to moderate business surfaced in most cattle feeding areas today with some feedlot managers accepting lower bids. Live sales in the South were mostly marked at $158, $3 lower
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2015 April 22
Afternoon National Slaughter Cattle Review as of 2:00 pm WednesdayThus far for Wednesday cash trade and demand was light in the Southern Plains, Nebraska and the Western Cornbelt. In the Southern Plai
by DTN
2015 April 14
GENERAL COMMENTS: Cattle country could have doubled for a ghost town Tuesday, lifeless in terms of either bids or definite asking prices. Some showlists were priced around $165-$166 in the South and $
by WLJ
2015 April 14
 Afternoon National Slaughter Cattle Review as of 2:00 pm TuesdayThus far for Tuesday, negotiated cash trade was moderate on light demand in the Texas Panhandle. Compared to the latest establishe
by DTN
2015 April 6
Moderate early week support has stepped back into the complex early Monday with mixed live cattle trade now showing narrow to moderate gains. Light buyer support is helping to hold strong gains through lean hog futures.
by WLJ
2015 April 3
So far for Friday in the Southern Plains trading and demand have been moderate. Compared to last week live sales sold 2.00 higher at 167.00. In Nebraska trading has been slow to moderate on good demand. Compared to last week live sales sold .50 to 2.50 higher from 167.00 to 169.00.


by WLJ
2015 April 3
Compared to last week, feeder cattle and calves sold mostly steady to 5.00 higher with a majority of sales ranging from 2.00-5.00 higher. As a whole, receipts are currently made up of growing lot yearlings and fall born calves both carrying considerable flesh, but there seems to be plenty of buyers eagerly bidding on all classes.
by DTN
2015 January 2
The cash cattle trade was generally slow with just a few clean-up deals evident in the North. Most live sales for the week were $4 to $5 higher than last week.
by WLJ
2010 July 2
Thus far for Friday, negotiated cash trade was mostly inactive on light demand in the southern and northern Plains as well as the western Corn Belt. Not enough sales in any major feeding region to establish an adequate market test. The latest available market
by WLJ
2010 July 1
Fed cattle trade on Thursday in the southern Plains was light on light demand. Compared to Wednesday live sales traded steady at $91. In Kansas on Tuesday dressed sales traded at $143. In Nebraska trade was limited on light demand.
by WLJ
2010 July 1
In Oklahoma City, OK, this week, feeder steers and heifers over 700 lbs. were called steady. Feeder cattle and calves under 700 lbs. were steady to $2 higher. Demand was called moderate for feeder cattle, but improved later in the day.
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