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Wyckoff's Weekly Livestock Outlook: What Has the Cattle on Feed Report Done to Futures?
ANALYSIS - Bearish tones from the latest cattle on feed report have changed momentum at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, although bulls still retain the overall near term technical advantage. TheCattleSite analyst, Jim Wyckoff, reports that bulls h
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Allendale Releases Cattle on Feed, Cold Storage Estimates
ANALYSIS - May Placements are expected to be 7.9 per cent lower than last year, according to Rich Nelson, Allendale chief strategist. USDA's cattle feeding margin ended the month with $146 per head profits on outgoing cattle. While there are still p
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Cattle Futures: Live Markets Remain Slightly Bearish Despite Bullish Cattle on Feed Report, Monday
US - Bulls were not helped by Friday's bullish Cattle on Feed report, a bearish sign, writes TheCattleSite analyst Jim Wyckoff. The bulls still have the near term technical advantage, although when a market cannot rally after new, bullish news it is
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Analysts Expect Cattle on Feed Figure to Edge Higher, Friday
US - Friday's 'on feed' report may surprise many by edging higher than a year ago after a period of aggressive feedlot placements, is the message of Steve Meyer and Len Steiner's daily livestock report. Fed cattle futures have been quite volatile in
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Cattle Futures: Bearish Cattle on Feed Mixes With Bullish Cash Fundamentals, Monday
US - While a market top appears to be in place, the bulls still have the technical advantage, reports TheCattleSite analyst Jim Wyckoff. June live cattle closed up $0.32 at $136.45 Monday. Prices closed nearer the session high on a corrective bounce
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Allendale Inc. Releases Cattle on Feed, Cold Storage Estimates
US - Allendale Inc. projects December cattle placements to be 2.1 per cent higher than last year, according to Rich Nelson, Allendale chief analyst. Cattle feeders have been encouraged by the return to profitability in the fourth quarter driven by l
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Cattle On Feed Report, 6 Per Cent Lower Than November 2012
US - Less beef lies ahead after the fifteenth consecutive On Feed report showed lower inventories for the months that the same month in the previous year, says Tim Petry, Livestock Economist at North Dakota State University. USDA-NASS released the mo
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Cattle Outlook: Further Drops in Cattle On Feed Year on Year
US - The November Cattle on Feed report said the number of cattle on feed in large feedlots was down 5.7 per cent at the start of the month, write Ron Plain and Scott Brown in their most recent cattle outlook. October placements were up 9.8 per cent
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Pre Report Estimates Say Cattle on Feed Will Lift
US - Market commentators are expecting lower corn prices and better cattle values to influence placements reported in the US Department of Agriculture's Cattle on Feed release. USDA’s November Cattle on Feed report will be released at 2:0
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Weekly Cattle Outlook: Slaughter Down on Last Year and Cattle On Feed Report Down More Than Expectations
US - Slaughter continued to run below last week's levels, write agricultural commentators Ron Plain and Scott Brown. This week's cattle slaughter totaled 624,000 head, up 1.0 per cent from last week, but down 3.3 per cent from a year ago. The averag
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October Cattle on Feed Report Shows 8 per cent Drop on Last Year
US – Cattle on feed numbers through October were eight per cent lower than last year, although placements lifted to over 2 million, the most since May. The report confirmed an overall numbers rise of 268,000 and a placement increase of 287,000 on S
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Weekly Cattle Summary: Cattle on Feed Report Tells of Lowest August Placements Since Current Records Began
US - The September cattle on feed report said placements into large feedlots during August were 10 per cent lower than for any August since USDA began the current data series in 1996, write Ron Plain and Scott Brown, University of Missouri. August ma
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USDA Cattle on Feed Even More Bullish than Expected
ANALYSIS - Friday's Cattle on Feed report came in even a little more bullish than expected, according to analysts at Allendale Inc. USDA’s survey of the nation’s feedlots found that August Placements, the number of new calves and feeders
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CME: Futures Finish Week Stronger Ahead of Cattle on Feed Report, Friday
US - Trading ended up ahead of the Cattle on Feed Report on Friday resulting in a two cent lift in October cattle, closing at $125.95. Analysts say the report and the week's pricing suggests a short-term low. December cattle closed 1 tick higher on t
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Cattle on Feed Down 10 Per Cent at July
US - The August Cattle on Feed report revealed feedyards held 1.722 million head, the lowest total since 2008 and down 10.4 per cent summer 2012. Ron Plain writes: USDA-NASS says the number of cattle placed on feed during July was well below pre-rel
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CME: Cattle on Feed Report Spurs Deferred Buying, Monday
August live cattle jumped 30 cents on Monday to $123.40, although winter and spring contracts lifted up to $1.10. Friday's Cattle on Feed Report boosted traders after showing strength across all categories. Placements were up which pushed up far defe
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Allendale, Inc. Releases US Cattle on Feed, Cold Storage Estimates
ANALYSIS - Allendale Inc expects July Cattle On Feed placements to be 11.6 per cent higher than last fall. USDA will release their Cattle on Feed report Friday, 23 August 2013 at 2 pm CDT. Cattle feeders are taking notice of cheaper corn coming this
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Interpreting the Cattle on Feed Report
By analysing cattle on feed reports by sex, weight and age, inferences can be made about the direction in which the feedlot sector is heading, according to Derrell Peel, Livestock Marketing Specialist, Oklahoma State University Extension. The stocks
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Allendale, Inc. Releases US Cattle on Feed, Cold Storage Estimates
Allendale, Inc has released their expectations for USDA's Cattle on Feed and Cold Storage reports. The Cattle on Feed report is due for release on July 19 at 2 pm CDT; Cold Storage is due to be released on July 22 at 2 pm CDT. June Placements are ex
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CME: Cattle on Feed and Cold Storage Both Down
US - USDA released its monthly updates on US cattle on feed inventories as of June 1 as well as cold storage ending stocks as of May 31. Below are some of the highlights from the latest reports and some of the implications for markets going forward,
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Cattle On Feed: Down 3.1 Per Cent On Previous June
US - USDA says the number of cattle on feed in large feedlots at the start of June was down 3.1 per cent compared to June 2012, writes Ron Plain from the University of Missouri. The pre-release trade forecast was for the on-feed number to be down 3.
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CME: Cattle on Feed Expected to Bring Lower Numbers As Futures Lift, Wednesday
US - Live cattle futures extended gains into the close on spillover from strength in the hog market, with futures closing 87 1/2 cents to $1.50 higher on Wednesday. On top of spillover from hog futures, cattle futures were supported by ideas recent l
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In The Cattle Markets: Cattle on Feed Numbers Remain Lower
US - Figures for cattle on feed are accurately predicted by analysts, this month's report was 96.6 per cent, falling within the 95-98 per cent range, says Tim Petry, Livestock Economist at North Dakota State University. USDA-NASS released the monthl
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Allendale Releases Cattle on Feed, Cold Storage Estimates
ANALYSIS - Analysts at Allendale, Inc. have released their Cattle on Feed estimates ahead of the May 17th USDA report. April placements are expected to be 14.7% higher than last year. Feedlot margins remain negative. Cash cattle prices averaged $128
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CME: Futures Pegged Back by Bearish Cattle on Feed Report,Monday
US - Live cattle futures closed 22 1/2 to 45 cents lower, which was a mid- to high-range close. Cattle futures were influenced by last Friday's Cattle on Feed Report, which concentrated the heaviest losses in the October contract forward, write mark
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