Fed cattle prices decline as demand weakens

Jul 21, 2011
Fed cattle trade slipped again last week as high temperatures and declining demand hit the market. Analysts have been calling for a late July summer low, so the market could be close to hitting its bottom in the near term. In the southern Plains last week, live fed cattle traded $2-3 lower at $108-109 while dressed cattle in the North were

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