Seasonal high seen due to Easter rally

Mar 21, 2005
— Calves, yearlings strong on fed profits. Fed cattle markets were quiet most of last week, feeders were looking to get $94-95 on the heels of a very active market a week earlier, which was the result of a combination of seasonal Easter demand and the Canadian border remaining closed. Packers were offering $88, and they weren’t getting much bought through Thursday. Other than formula cattle, just a handful traded in the northern Plains at $149 dressed, $92...

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