Feedlot Cattle Trend Higher Again This Week in the Fed Cattle Exchange Weekly Sale
Wed, 23 Nov 2016 12:57:52 CST
FedCattleExchange.Com has sold cattle on the day before Thanksgiving- and the recent trend of higher prices on the pens of cattle being sold continued this week. On Wednesday morning, November 23rd, a total of 7,644 cattle were on the show list, with 4,783 selling. The weighted average price was $109.14, $2.35 higher than the average price of one week ago.
The range of sales was from $108.25 to $109.75, while the Texas-Oklahoma pens of cattle brought from $109.50 to $109.75.
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