Cash Cattle Trade

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(Commodity Update)

Cash cattle trade started around $135 in the Southern Plains and $225 in the Nebraska dressed market on Wednesday, down around $1 and $2, respectively, compared with last week. But pressure on futures should be limited with August live cattle trading more than $4 below last week’s average cash price of $141.12.

 

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