Compared to last week, feedlot bound yearlings lacking suitable condition for grazing sold unevenly steady to 2.00 lower. Buyers remained reserved following last week’s lower prices as they watched to see if the fed cattle market would rebound back toward 130.00 and if recent losses were a mere hiccup caused by sharp losses on the CME cattle Board.
USDA's Corbitt Wall: Fed cattle market gets weaker
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