feeder cattle prices

Feeder Cattle Prices Continue Advance

Yearling feeder cattle traded fully steady to $3 higher. Calves traded unevenly steady from $5 lower to $5 higher. “The biggest losses on calves were for those weighing over 500 lbs. in most cases, with gains more prevalent on lighter-weight calves under 500 lbs. in the Southeast,” say analysts with the Agricultural Marketing Service.

“Calf and feeder cattle prices have continued to strengthen as the engine of the fall roundup starts to rev,” says Andrew P. Griffith, University of Tennessee economist, in his weekly market comments. “Little to no weakness is evident in calf and feeder cattle markets as we head into October.”

Yearling feeder cattle this week traded fully steady to $3 higher, according to the Agricult

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