Domestic wool trading on a greasy basis was very active this week. There were 363,926 pounds of confirmed trades reported.
Bids for US 1 Soft White Wheat delivered to Portland in unit trains or barges during November for ordinary protein trended steady to 5.50 cents per bushel lower compared to week ago prices for the same delivery period from 5.1950-5.35.
Asking prices for next week are 14 cents higher for Jumbo.
A few farms in Idaho have been informed they may not have a market for their milk as of the New Year.
The market is in need of some bullish news to sustain the current trading levels.
Retail/Stable type hay remains the largest demanded hay in Oregon.
Stocker and feeder cattle 2.00-6.00 higher as local feed yards pursue numbers.
Boxed beef prices moved sharply higher on the week, however cattle futures traded in the red for the majority of the week.
Trade ministers from 11 Pacific Rim countries announced an agreement on pushing ahead with the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
The sale at the Turlock Livestock Auction Yard visited new highs for 2017.
Feeder lambs were under 80 lbs steady to 3.00 higher, heavier weights steady to 2.00 lower.
Bids for US 1 Soft White Wheat delivered to Portland in unit trains or barges during November for ordinary protein trended steady to 5.00 cents per bushel higher compared to week ago prices.
Asking prices for next week are 12 cents higher for Jumbo, 23 cents higher for Extra Large, 25 cents higher for Large and 8 cents higher for Medium and Small.
Milk production in the mountain states of Idaho, Colorado and Utah is steady.