USDA Market News

USDA’s Corbitt Wall: Backgrounders aggressive for calves Play video

Compared to last week, the bulk of available feeder offerings were spring-born calves weighing from 500-700 lbs which sold steady to 4.00 higher. FULL STORY »

Feeder cattle market: Calf demand explodes breaking record levels

Compared to last week, the bulk of available feeder offerings were spring-born calves weighing from 500-700 lbs which sold steady to 4.00 higher. FULL STORY »

Feeder Cattle Review: Fed market posts new all-time high

Compared to last week, a continued heavy offering of spring-born calves and the remaining supplies of true “green-conditioned” yearling feeders sold firm to 3.00 higher. FULL STORY »

USDA’s Corbitt Wall: Record prices at sales all over the country Play video

There were big receipts of spring-born calves during this fall run. Remaining supplies of green-conditioned yearlings on hand are selling firm to $3 higher. FULL STORY »

Corbitt Wall: Fall-run has reached its peak Play video

Demand remains generally good for the inflated calf offerings but trading activity varied widely as to geographic region with a wintry storm curtailing price levels in the upper Midwest and Northern Plains. FULL STORY »

Feeder Cattle Market: Yearling feeders steady in light test

Compared to last week, steer and heifer calves sold unevenly steady to 5.00 higher and yearling feeder cattle traded mostly steady in a light test. FULL STORY »

Market Report: Backgrounders seeking more calves in tight supply

Compared to last week, a light test of yearling feeders sold steady to 3.00 higher while calf prices were very uneven with lighter weights ranging firm to 5.00 higher and heavier calves selling from weak to 3.00 lower than last week’s sharp advances. FULL STORY »

USDA’s Corbitt Wall: Yearling feeders sell steady to 3.00 higher Play video

Compared to last week, a light test of yearling feeders sold steady to 3.00 higher while calf prices were very uneven with lighter weights ranging firm to 5.00 higher and heavier calves selling from weak to 3.00 lower than last week’s sharp advances. FULL STORY »

Market: Steer and heifer calves make up majority of offerings

Compared to last week, steer and heifer calves which now by-far make up the bulk of the feeder offerings sold 3.00-6.00 higher with instances from 8.00-12.00 higher especially in the Western Mountain States where reputation high altitude ranch strings are making their way to town. FULL STORY »

Tight numbers should only cause demand to increase further

Compared to last week, feeder classes traded higher on a full head of steam from the previous Friday’s bearish grain report and 5.00 higher fed cattle market. FULL STORY »

Corbitt Wall: Yearling supplies have evaporated quickly Play video

Compared to last week, feeder classes traded higher on a full head of steam from the previous Friday’s bearish grain report and 5.00 higher fed cattle market. FULL STORY »

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