Market was softer due to bearish cattle on feed report.
The world’s biggest beverage maker is trying to diversify under new CEO.
The company also warned that people are making fewer shopping trips, expects less revenue for the year.
Slaughter ewes were mostly steady. Feeder lambs were steady to sharply lower.
Grains are stated in dollars per bushel or hundredweight (cwt.) except feed grains traded in dollars per ton. National grain report bids are for rail delivery unless truck indicated.
Trade sentiment is steady. Demand is moderate to good.
Some contacts report that the cool nights have helped production to bounce back.
In many ways, this week was one long waiting game.
Trade active with very good demand especially for Timothy in the Columbia Basin.
The latest livestock prices from around the region.
Russet consumer pack prices have started to advance.
The furor surrounding the herbicide known as dicamba has quickly become the biggest controversy of its kind in U.S. agriculture.
Heat in the Northern Plains will continue to push dark northern spring prices upwards, as long as grain merchandisers struggle to find supplies. Pacific Northwest farmers hope soft white wheat prices will follow suit.
Domestic wool trading on a clean basis was very slow this week. There were no confirmed trades reported.