Cash prices for fed cattle were $2 to $3 higher and the cash sales volume was similar to the previous week at over 100,000 head.
Calf prices were generally on the defensive, but steady for heavyweight yearlings.
The cash market for fed cattle was $1 to $2 higher and the cash sales volume was higher than the previous week.
We typically see more feeder cattle and slaughter cows at auction barns during the fall and this week was no exception.
Ed Czerwien, market analyst based in Amarillo, Texas, offers a concise summary of last week's beef cutout trade.
The cash market for fed cattle was $1 to $3 higher on stronger cash sales volume.