Growing losses in the feedlot sector will continue to weaken demand for eligible replacements as buyers reduce purchase prices. Also, firmer corn prices and steady-to-weaker live cattle fundamentals leave most breakeven prices well below current auction prices.
CattleFax Closing Bell: Wholesale beef prices expected lower
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