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Live Cattle Dec '17 (LEZ17)

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Fri Sep 22, 4:13PM CDT
Live cattle futures saw slight to $1.475 gains on Friday, with Oct 3.55% higher since last Friday. Feeder cattle futures were 22.5 to 80 cents in the green in most contracts on Friday, with Sep up 2.11% on the week. The CME feeder cattle index was up 33 cents from the previous day at $151.44 on September 21.Wholesale beef prices were higher in the Friday afternoon report. Choice was 9 cents higher at $191.60, while select boxes were up 32 cents at $188.73. FI cattle slaughter is estimated at 637,000 head through Saturday, which is 5,000 fewer than last week and 41,000 larger than the same week in 2016. There were cash sales of mostly $108 reported on Friday. This afternoon’s USDA Cattle on Feed report showed Sep 1 cattle on feed 3.64% larger than last year at 10.504 million head. August placements were 2.61% above last year, with August marketings 5.94% bigger than 2016. The Cold storage did not help matters, as August beef stocks were reported at 476.26 million pounds, even with last year and 10.29% larger than July. Oct 17 Cattle closed at $111.575, up $1.475, Dec 17 Cattle closed at $117.425, up $1.225, Feb 18 Cattle closed at $120.050, up $0.800, Sep 17 Feeder Cattle closed at $153.400, up $0.225 Oct 17 Feeder Cattle closed at $156.100, up $0.225 Nov 17 Feeder Cattle closed at $157.625, up $0.800
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