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Central U.S. Daily Direct Feedlot Slaughter Cattle Report

SJ_LS831  

St. Joseph, MO    Fri Jun 13, 2014    USDA Market News Service



Central U.S. Daily Direct Feedlot Slaughter Cattle Report as of 3:50 pm



Today’s Reported Sales Volume:   1,000

Today’s Estimated Sales Volume:  9,000

  

  Trading on Friday was light in eastern Nebraska on light to moderate

demand.  Few dressed sales traded in eastern Nebraksa at 236.00.  Trading was

inactive in all other major feeding regions on Friday.  

  Cattle slaughter for Friday was estimated at 113,000 while Saturday was 

estimated at 31,000 for a weekly total of 605,000.  Boxed Beef cutout values

higher on Choice and steady on Select on moderate demand and light to moderate

offerings.  Choice closed up 0.98 at 231.87, and Select closed up 0.12 at

223.72 on 173 total loads.





PRICES PAID:



            LIVE                    DRESSED                 DRESSED

            STEER/HEIFER            STEER/HEIFER            STEER/HEIFER

            (CASH)                  (CASH)                  (GRID BASE)

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

                                                                             

TX/OK/NM    None                    None                    None             

                                                                             

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

                                                                             

KANSAS      None                    None                    None             

                                                                             

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

                                    Select and Choice                        

NEBRASKA    None                    236.00                  None             

                                                                             

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

                                                                             

COLORADO    None                    None                    None             

                                                                             

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

                                                                             

IOWA        None                    None                    None             

                                                                             

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------



NOTE: For complete sales volume, price ranges and weighted averages, refer

to the Mandatory reports on the following web site and links:

http://www.ams.usda.gov/lpsmarketnewspage



All Negotiated grid based sales reported through the Mandatory

reporting program by packers are currently included under the National

Daily Direct Slaughter Cattle Negotiated Purchases Reports as base prices

and again on the National Daily Direct Slaughter Cattle Formula Purchases

Reports as net prices.



Included in this report are negotiated cash and negotiated grid prices

and volume collected from feedlots or their representatives cooperating

on a voluntary basis. This report will be released at 3:30pm daily and

more frequently during active trading periods.



Source:  USDA Market News Service, St. Joseph, MO

         Ph: 816-676-7000  email: stjoe.lpgmn@ams.usda.gov

         www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/sj_ls831.txt

         www.ams.usda.gov/lpsmarketnewspage



1550c

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