Midday cash livestock markets


Direct cash cattle markets are quiet. After the break for July 4th, asking prices are $113 to $115 on the live basis and $176 to $178 dressed, with bids of $108 to $110 live and $170 dressed. There hasn’t been much business done this week and buyers are short bought, but widespread activity could still end up waiting until Friday, depending on futures and wholesale trade. The Fed Cattle Exchange is closed, with sales set to resume next Wednesday, July 11th.

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Midday cash livestock markets


Direct cash cattle markets are quiet. After the break for July 4th, asking prices are $113 to $115 on the live basis and $176 to $178 dressed, with bids of $108 to $110 live and $170 dressed. There hasn’t been much business done this week and buyers are short bought, but widespread activity could still end up waiting until Friday, depending on futures and wholesale trade. The Fed Cattle Exchange is closed, with sales set to resume next Wednesday, July 11th.

Continue reading Midday cash livestock markets at Brownfield Ag News.