Prices

Dairy Products Prices Highlights: Cheddar Cheese & Nonfat Dry Milk Prices Up

Dry Whey prices received for bag, tote, and tanker sales meeting USDA Extra Grade standards averaged 39.0 cents per pound for the week ending January 1, 2011. The US price per pound increased 0.8 cents from the previous week. FULL STORY »

The CattleBoard: Corn Takes A Hit As Feeder Cattle Jumps Higher

Feeder cattle recovers the previous day's losses, increasing by 95 cents to $121.93. Corn fell 17 cents to finish the day at 6.02 and boxed beef and the choice select spread also drop lower.
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The CattleBoard: Live Cattle & Corn Rebound, Boxed Beef Continues Higher

Live cattle ends two days of losses, improving by 45 cents to $106.63. Feeder cattle falls lower as corn improves by 10 cents to $6.19. Estimated cattle slaughter fell 3,000 to 124,000.
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Calf Prices Soar To 27 Month Highs

The average U.S. calf price increased $4.00 to $128.00 cwt in December. Calf prices in Colorado posted the largest increase of all of the states as prices jumped $10.00 to $138.00 per cwt. In South Dakota calves climbed $6.00 to $138.00 per cwt while in Montana prices increased $4.00 to $135.00 per cwt.
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U.S Retail Gasoline Continues To Climb

The average U.S. retail gasoline prices increased by $0.02 last week to $3.07 per gallon, setting a yearly high for the fifth consecutive week. Colorado saw the biggest increase as prices jumped by $0.05 to $2.84 per gallon.
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The CattleBoard: Live Cattle & Corn Rebound, Boxed Beef Continues Higher

Live cattle ends two days of losses, improving by 45 cents to $106.63. Feeder cattle falls lower as corn improves by 10 cents to $6.19. Estimated cattle slaughter fell 3,000 to 124,000.
FULL STORY »

Calf Prices Soar To 27 Month Highs

The average U.S. calf price increased $4.00 to $128.00 cwt in December. Calf prices in Colorado posted the largest increase of all of the states as prices jumped $10.00 to $138.00 per cwt. In South Dakota calves climbed $6.00 to $138.00 per cwt while in Montana prices increased $4.00 to $135.00 per cwt.
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U.S Retail Gasoline Continues To Climb

The average U.S. retail gasoline prices increased by $0.02 last week to $3.07 per gallon, setting a yearly high for the fifth consecutive week. Colorado saw the biggest increase as prices jumped by $0.05 to $2.84 per gallon.
FULL STORY »

The CattleBoard: Boxed Beef Continues To Improve As Corn, Feeder Cattle Fall

Live cattle fell 80 cents to $106.18 and feeder cattle dropped a quarter to $121.00. Boxed beef increased by $1.71 to $165.92 with the choice/select spread following beef higher, up 55 cents to $6.90.
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The CattleBoard: Boxed Beef Continues To Improve As Corn, Feeder Cattle Fall

Live cattle fell 80 cents to $106.18 and feeder cattle dropped a quarter to $121.00. Boxed beef increased by $1.71 to $165.92 with the choice/select spread following beef higher, up 55 cents to $6.90.
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Milk Prices By U.S. & State: National Prices Higher For Sixth Consecutive Month

National milk prices increased by 60 cents to $18.30 per cwt in December. Milk prices have improved for six consecutive months and are only 10 cents under the 27-month high of $18.40. December milk prices are $2.23 above the average for the year. FULL STORY »

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