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Feeder Cattle Pit Mar '17 (FCH17) CME

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Live cattle futures posted triple digits gains in Feb 17, while April and June were up 77.5 and 47.5 cents respectively. April 17 closed at the highest price for a front month on the continuous chart since June 10. Feeder futures were 27.5 to 55 cents higher in most contracts. The CME feeder cattle index was at $127.12 for 2/21, down 6 cents. Wholesale beef prices were higher in the afternoon report with choice boxes up $2.72 and select boxes averaging $1 higher. Trade reported on the Fed Cattle Exchange was fairly active this morning, as 3,065 of the 3,350 head were sold, with a weighted average of $122.10. That is $3.33 higher than last week’s average. Prices were from $120.00-$124.50, with most in a tighter range of $121.00-123.25. DTN reported separate live cash sales of $124-125 across CO, NE, KS and TX, and a dressed price of $195-$196 in IA and NE. USDA will issue the Cold Storage report tomorrow at 2:00 p.m. CST, followed by the Cattle on Feed report on Friday afternoon. Feb 17 Cattle settled at $121.300, up $2.200, Apr 17 Cattle settled at $116.075, up $0.775, Jun 17 Cattle settled at $106.425, up $0.475, Mar 17 Feeder Cattle settled at $125.100, up $0.550 Apr 17 Feeder Cattle settled at $125.525, up $0.400 May 17 Feeder Cattle settled at $124.650, up $0.275
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