Eblast Gallery

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Black Hereford Sale
Blue Ston Farms
Boyd Beef
Brylor Ranch
The Collection
Derner Angus
Heritage Cattle Co.
Hinkson Ranch
JMB Angus
Ludvigson Stock Farm
Marshall Cattle Co.
Meet in the Middle
Miller Brangus
Mini Hereford Assoc.
Ohlde Cattle Co.
OK Brangus
Overmiller Red Angus
Sonstegard Cattle Co.
Stalwart Ranch
Stars of Texas
Southwest Livestock
U2 Ranch
Van Nice Angus
NATIONAL CATTLE TRACKER: The largest steer and heifer string sold on Thursday was 218 steers (1053#) from Ogallala, Nebraska at $166.75. The second largest string was 178 heifers (783#) from El Dorado, Kansas at $172.00
NATIONAL CALF TRACKER: The largest calf string sold last week was 111 heifers (453#) from Mascot, Tennessee at $191.25. The average price paid for the top 10 calf strings was $202.33, compared to $182.13 the previous week
NATIONAL STEER TRACKER: The largest steer string sold last week on the National Steer Tracker (700-899#) was 304 steers (852#) from El Reno, Oklahoma at $146.00. The average price for the top 10 steer strings (700-899#) sold last week was $155.02, compared to $160.26 last week. (VIEW REPORT)
U.S. CATTLE REPORT: Great week for cattle trade, feeder sales; Corn up 48 cents since August 3rd; Boxed beef down $2.87 since Monday; Cattle weights down 2 lbs this week, down 12 lbs from last year
Boxed Beef PM: Choice: $263.37 (+0.27) Select: $239.59 (+2.13); Ch/Se Spread: $23.78; Total Loads: 89 compared to 103 on Thursday (Choice down $2.87 since Monday)
CME GRAINS: Corn: $6.3975 (+10.50); Soybeans: $15.35 (+14.75); Wheat: 8.06 (-4.75); Cotton: $114.44 (+4.00) (Corn up 48 cents since August 3rd)
WORLD CORN: Since the June WASDE, major export bids have declined. With advancing harvests, bids for both Argentina (late corn) and Brazil (second-crop corn) have moved lower (VIEW REPORT)
World Corn Report: Global corn production is up with larger crops for Russia and the United States. U.S. production is forecast larger based on higher area indicated in the June Acreage report (VIEW REPORT)
WORLD WHEAT PRODUCTION: The world is projected to produce 778.5 million metric tons of wheat, up 2.1 million metric tons from last month
World Corn Production: The world is projected to produce 1.19 billion metric tons of corn, up 4.9 million metric tons from last month (VIEW REPORT)
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