Class III Milk Jan '23 (DLF23)
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-0.11 (-0.56%)since 12/30/22
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+0.61 (+3.24%)since 11/01/22
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-0.17 (-0.87%)since 02/01/22
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USDA Crop Reports Wednesday at 11 AM CST
Cattle makes new high while Feeders drift
The lean hog futures market settled with a 32 cent loss in the Feb contract, but 47 to 75 cent gains in the other nearbys. For April that finished out the week with a net 2 cent gain Friday to Friday....
The April cattle contract rallied $3.30 and set new contract highs this week, and finished with a Friday gain of 30 cents. The other front months were also higher from Friday to Friday and went into the...
In my opinion, the divide between reality and optimism continues to grow. Optimism leading the way this week as futures pushed higher in both fats and feeders. Reality seemingly just sitting still....
It was a mixed day in the grain markets, while livestock markets were mostly firm.
Lean hogs have faded from their earlier highs into the midday quotes, but prices are still up by 2 to 57 cents so far across the board. USDA’s National Average Base Hog price was $72.65 on Friday morning,...
The nearby live cattle futures are trading within a nickel of UNCH through midday. Earlier in the session, April contracts got up to $164.22 and set another new LoC high. USDA reported light cash trade...
Hog futures rebounded on Thursday. At the close, the front month contracts were $1.17 to $1.70 in the black led by the April. USDA’s National Average Base Hog price was down by a dime to $72.93. The...
Live cattle closed near their highs for the day with +$1 gains. April rebounded the most with a $1.60 gain on the day, for a new contract high. At the close, feeder cattle were up $1.85 to $2.67 leaving...