Prices

Retail Gasoline Prices Fall For First Time In 4 Weeks

U.S. average retail gasoline prices dropped $0.02 to $2.88 per gallon last week. This is first time in 4 weeks that prices have declined. Prices in New England increased by $0.04 to $3.02 per gallon. In The Midwest gasoline prices decreased by $0.05 to $2.83 per gallon. FULL STORY »

The CattleBoard: Boxed Beef Rockets Higher, Live Cattle Down

Live cattle fell 52 cents to $100.93 while boxed beef jumps higher, up $1.82 to $160.96. Primal rib finished the day $11.16 higher to $278.24, setting a new high for the year.
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Dairy Product Prices: Butter & Cheese Down, Milk Up

Butter prices received for 25 kilogram and 68 pound boxes meeting United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Grade AA standards averaged $2.06 per pound for the week ending November 13, 2010. The United States (US) price per pound decreased 7.4 cents from the previous week. FULL STORY »

The CattleBoard: Live & Feeder Cattle Increase, Boxed Beef Falls

Live cattle prices increase for the 2nd day in a row, up 1.45 to 100.80. Feeder cattle is only 35 cents under the 27-day high as it increased by a quarter to 112.45 on Thursday. Corn recovered most of this week's losses, jumping 16 cents higher to 5.42.
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Retail Gasoline Prices Continue To Rise

U.S. retail gasoline prices increased by $0.03 to $2.89 per gallon after setting a new yearly high last week. In New England and Central Atlantic prices climbed $0.07 to $2.98 per gallon and $2.94 per gallon respectively. FULL STORY »

Retail Dairy Prices: Whole Milk Rebounds, Butter Hits 27-Month High

Salted grade AA butter increased by 6 cents in October, selling for $3.63 per stick. The increase resets the 27-month high for the second month in a row. FULL STORY »

Retail Prices: New Highs Set In Beef, Pork & Dairy

The average retail beef price climbed $0.04 to $4.04 per lb. Ground chuck prices set new yearly highs as prices increased by $0.06 to $2.97 per lb. Ground beef prices dropped slightly as prices fell $0.001 to $2.397 per lb., $0.03 above this year's average price.
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Retail Pork: Bacon Continues Upward Trend

Bacon prices climbed $0.19 to $4.77 per pound, setting a new yearly high for the sixth consecutive month. Pork chop prices fell $0.036 to $3.30 per pound, which is $0.09 above this year's average
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Retail Beef: Ground Chuck Prices Climb To New Highs

The average retail beef price climbed $0.04 to $4.04 per lb. Ground chuck prices set new yearly highs as prices increased by $0.06 to $2.97 per lb. Ground beef prices dropped slightly as prices fell $0.001 to $2.397 per lb., $0.03 above this year's average price. FULL STORY »

The CattleBoard: Primal Rib Higher, Corn, Live & Feeder Cattle Drop

Live cattle fell 78 cents to $98.45. After starting the week higher, corn fell 29 cent to 5.27.
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The CattleBoard: Corn & Live Cattle Recover Friday's Losses

Live cattle jumps 83 cents higher to 99.23 while corn recovers almost all of Friday's losses, up 22 cents to 5.56. Boxed beef and primal rib also move higher.
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