Cow beef, boneless prices supported
The cash fed cattle trade was particularly sluggish last week with only two loads of cattle selling to regional packers through the first half of the week. On Tuesday, one load sold in Iowa at $192 dressed, which would be below the prior week, and another sold Wednesday in Nebraska at $196 dressed, which would be steady with the prior week.
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