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Market LineRecession fears continue to trickle into the beef market as traders predict a decrease in demand.
Market LineGreg Sanders with the USDA to hear this week’s hay report.
Market LineCattle Futures remain steady however, outside factors could rock the boat.
Market LineFeeder Cattle firmed up, taking advantage of some softer feed prices.
Market LinePoor weather conditions in India, China, and Pakistan current flooding conditions will play a big role in the global grain market.
Market LineAll eyes continue to focus on the weeks upcoming USDA report for commodity yield estimates.
Market LineStocks rallied Friday across the board and as you might expect the Beef Market followed suit.
Market LineFears of domestic demand continues as the stock market overall struggles.
Market LineStronger Corn prices soften the Feeder Market, but overall still holding their own.
Market LineThe cattle market continues to produce bullish news as prices reflect.
Market LineGrains rallied into the 3 day weekend, as markets were closed yesterday in observation of Labor Day.
Market LineOutside market pressure weighs in on the beef market along with weaker cash prices.
Market LineCattle were mixed yesterday, as crude oil hit a wall and with some commodities following suit.
Market LineThe Corn Market witnessed the lowest Stock/ Usage report, since the 95/96 growing season.
Market LineSupply and demand continues to be the main character as Corn crops expected to come up short.
Market LineMarkets across the board shifted lower following Jerome Powell’s speech Friday, regarding increased Interest Rates.
Market LineThe Cattle market saw mixed trade yesterday as Cash Cattle stalled out.
Market LineDrought conditions continue to play a key role in the Beef Supply Chain.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportUkraine is shipping more grain under a new deal, but is it enough?
Market LineBearish factors line up in the Soybean market, while Corn and Wheat find strength in the market.