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DTN CATTLE PRICES/TRENDS               07/02 08:15

          This page will not be updated on Friday July 3, 2020 
                    in observance of Independence Day          

KANSAS     .    .             .              .             .
NEBRASKA   .    .             .              .             .
TEXAS      .    .             .              .             .
COLORADO   .    .             .              .             .
IOWA       .    .             .              .             .
                               *PRIVATE SOURCES     
DTN COMMENTS:  The country is slow to start this morning following 
yesterday's light to moderate trade in most areas. Southern live business 
this week has had a full range of $91 to $96, mostly $94 to $95, while 
Northern dressed deals have had a full range of $148 to $155, mostly $153 to 
$155. While it is possible that we may see a little bit of trade today, it 
is looking like the bulk of business is done for the week. Having said that, 
asking prices for cattle left on showlists are around $96 plus in the South, 
and $158 in the North. Beef cutouts are expected to be lower with light to 
moderate box movement.

NOTE:  Feedlots are encouraged to call DTN with any cattle sales, at
1-800-369-7675, ext. 3678. All sales will be listed anonymously and 
organized by state. All live sales are FOB and set for 1-9 day delivery. 
General trends and summaries from this data will also be posted on the Daily 
Sales Reported to DTN page.

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