Beef Prices Pushing Lower
It is becoming more evident that feedlots, especially long term contract and grid lots and packer-owned lots are not filling lots with more cattle than they need for orders now and into the future.
Pork cutout on the 5 day average gained $1.06 from Tuesday to Wednesday. Loins gained about 50 cents and hams were down a few cents higher.
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