At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, live cattle were lower, and feeders were mixed ahead of the week’s direct cash business. August live cattle closed $.10 lower at $178.05 and October live cattle closed $.07 lower at $179.52. August feeder cattle were unchanged at... Read More.
Chicago Mercantile Exchange live cattle futures were mixed, adjusting spreads ahead of this week’s widespread direct business, while feeders were up on the drop in corn. August live was up $.37 at $178.67 and October was $.35 higher at $179.95. August was $.97... Read More.
Chicago Mercantile Exchange live cattle futures were higher and feeders were lower, watching corn while waiting for widespread direct business and Friday’s USDA numbers. August live was up $1.15 at $181.27 and October was $1.30 higher at $183.55. August feeder cattle were down... Read More.
Medgene, a South Dakota animal health company, recently received USDA licenses for platform vaccines for use in swine and cattle. Mark Luecke, co-founder and CEO of Medgene Labs says this is a game changer for the industries. “This is new guidelines from the USDA,”... Read More.