Haugland's Action Auction - Brian & Denise Gustafson Retirement Farm Auction

Live Event Starts: 5/19/22 12:30 PM (CDT) in 2 days, 21 hours, and 55 minutes

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Amber Haugland
12520 104th ST NW
Ambrose, ND 58833
(701) 641-8792
Website
hauglandinsurance@gmail.com

Auction Location

Gustafson Farm
8890 Co Rd 21 NW
McGregor, ND 58755

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Big Bounce... Last Friday’s CFTC Commitment of Traders’ report showed funds getting more short/less long while commercials took the other side getting less short / more long. This typically indicates at least a short term market turn (The Beef)
USDA estimates daily cattle slaughter at 124K head, compared to 121 last week and 114K last year (Mon)
CME LIVESTOCK: Live Cattle: $133.90 (+1.55); Feeder Cattle: $167.425 (-0.60) Hogs: $104.80 (+3.60); Milk: $24.43 (+0.60) (USDA confirmed cash sales last week from $138 to $146)
CME GRAINS: Corn: $8.095 (+28.25); Soybeans: $16.565 (+10.00); Wheat: $12.475 (+70.00); Cotton: $150.65 (+5.45) (Wheat up limit)
Boxed Beef AM: Choice: $260.82 (+1.87); Select: $243.90 (+0.00); Ch/Se Spread: $16.92; Total Loads: 34 (Choice over $160 on very slow movement)
Oil giant Aramco reported a more-than 80% jump in net profit Sunday, topping analyst expectations and setting a new quarterly earnings record since its IPO. Net income rose 82% to $39.5B in the first three months of the year, up from $21.7B over the same period last year.
STOCK UPDATE: Dow 30: 32,202.44 (+5.78); Nasdaq: 11,699.44 (-105.56); S&P 500: 4,013.44 (-10.45) (Stocks Moderately Lower On Global Growth Concerns)
NBW STREAMING: Joplin Regional Stockyards (WATCH LIVE NOW)
Beef Balance Sheet. Beef production in 2023 is projected at 26.02 billion pounds, down a WHOPPING 1.89 billion pounds from 2022! Cattle prices are projected up $12.90 in 2023 to $153.00
LIVESTOCK COMMENTS: There is a tremendous quantity of cattle on feed, which may be the reason cattle prices are softening and failing to push higher during a time when cattle prices seasonally strengthen
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