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Feedlot margins on the rise

Cattle feeding margins continued gaining ground last week, finishing the week ending September 6 at $222.04, compared to $171.99 the previous week. FULL STORY »

Feedlot margins end August in a positive trend

After a three-week skid, feedlot margins end August on an upward jump from $162.67 per head in the previous week to $171.99 per head for the week ending August 30, according to the Sterling Beef Profit Tracker’s latest report. FULL STORY »

Feedlot margins continue a three-week skid

Feedlot margins continue a three-week skid down $35.21 per head from the previous week to $162.67 per head for the week ending August 23, says the Sterling Beef Profit Tracker’s latest release. FULL STORY »

Fed cattle prices continue to decline

Feedlot margins dropped significantly last week, from $284.85 per head down to $197.88 per head for the week ending August 16, says the Sterling Beef Profit Tracker’s latest report. FULL STORY »

Feedlot margins and fed cattle prices weaken

Feedlot lot margins took a steep hit, just shy of $70.00 per head last week, dropping margins from the previous week’s $354.40 per head price to $284.85 per head for the week ending August 9, says the Sterling Beef Profit Tracker’s latest report. FULL STORY »

Feedlot margins are rockin’ and rollin’

Feedlot margins are rockin’ and rollin’ with a $24.12 per head increase for the week ending August 2, says the Sterling Beef Profit Tracker’s latest report. A year ago, feeders were in the red by $124.83, a far cry from last month’s $319.16 per head profit and last week’s jump to $381.70. FULL STORY »

Feedlot margins come back with a vengeance

After taking a $22 hit for the week ending July 19, feedlot margins came back with a vengeance tipping $357.58 for the week ending July 26, says the Sterling Beef Profit Tracker’s latest report. FULL STORY »

Feedlot margins take a steep hit

Feedlot margins took a $22 hit last week, finishing at $280.55 for the week ending on July 19, according to the Sterling Beef Profit Tracker’s latest report. FULL STORY »

Feeder margins stay above $300

While feedlot margins dropped more than $16 last week, they finished the week ending July 12 at $302.56 per head, according to the latest data from the Sterling Beef Profit Tracker. FULL STORY »

Feedlot margins jump $150 in last 30 days

A lot can happen in 30 days, and for cattle feeders, the last 30 days have brought nearly $150 additional per head as margins have increased from $172.96 last month to $319.16 the week ending July 5. FULL STORY »

Feedlot margins top $280

Cattle feeding margins exploded the week before the Fourth of July holiday. Feedlot margins hit $280.08 to finish the week ending June 28. FULL STORY »

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