Weakness in Beef
LIVESTOCK AM OUTLOOK
By the end of this week, June will be the most actively traded month.
Compared to last week, Steers and Heifers sold 1.00 to 4.00 lower. Receipts were larger for the second week in a row as auction markets are getting back to normal after the severe winter weather that impacted much of the nation a couple of weeks ago.
Hogs are high because demand is good. Loins and hams, the two best cuts on a hog are still cheap.
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