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Market LineCattle continue to build momentum as prices trend higher at the beginning of the week.
Market LineUnexpected rainfall in the forecast for Argentina brings additional stress to the Soybean market.
Market LineLive Cattle surged to new contract highs, taking advantage of a lulling corn market.
Market LineApril Live Cattle reverses early declines to close higher on Friday.
Market LineThe Corn market found some optimism in weekly grain exports, which helped in the overall grand scheme of things.
Market LineThe Cattle market continues to build demand, even with solid feed prices and a rocky start the year.
Market LineBeef production hitting new 3 year lows, which in the long run may support demand.
Market LineBeef Kicked the week off with a nice rally following weaker corn prices.
Market LineCattle climb back in the saddle Friday to close the week on solid ground.
Market LineApril contracts pick up more momentum in the cattle market, with uncertainty still a major factor.
Market LineFeedlots holding out for higher cash cattle prices, but stronger corn prices are putting a cap on the market.
Market LineExpanding livestock production continues to be a positive factor for the Corn Market.
Market LineCorn exports find themselves in lower than expected numbers, directly reflecting an increase in sales.
Market LineCash Cattle slightly weaker yesterday following wholesale beef prices.
Market LineCattle begin to look for direction from the Cash market as prices declined at yesterdays market close.
Market LineBeef production trying to catch back up after that week of delay during Christmas break storm.
Market LineFeeder Cattle remain firm, as feedlots hold out for higher cash prices.
Market LineCash Cattle remain steady as weekly slaughter numbers finish the week strong.
Market LineThe Soybean market cools off, while corn and wheat markets finish the day mixed.