Beef producers have improved the quality of the beef product by leaps and bounds, but now is not the time to ease up.
The finished cattle trade was mostly $1 to $3 per cwt lower for the week ending May 27.
The cash trade for fed cattle took another step backward for the week ending May 20 while the Choice-Select spread exploded.
The cash market for fed cattle finally took a breather, closing $6 to $8 per cwt lower the week ending May 13.
The cash trade for fed cattle likely saw its biggest increase ever recorded for the week ending May 6.
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The cash trade for fed cattle finished the week $3 to $6 higher.
The cash market for fed cattle jumped $2-4 on higher numbers.