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Re: Selling steers wed

Postby redrobin » Wed Jul 05, 2017 1:27 pm

redrobin wrote:
Soapweed wrote:Matt Lowery is a Nebraska auctioneer, and he posted this a few hours ago on his Facebook page. "Today at Valentine Livestock 202 head of home raised angus steers weighed 773 lbs. and brought $178.50." On another comment he wrote: "880s at 158. 910s at 154."

Those must be a fantastic set of reputation cattle.

Those 773 @ 178 would seem real high against a 113 board

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Re: Selling steers wed

Postby 4Diamond » Thu Jul 06, 2017 4:45 pm

Run naked till this thing ratchets up to 1.40. Isn't that would MW would do?

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Re: Selling steers wed

Postby PPRM » Thu Jul 06, 2017 10:31 pm

4Diamond wrote:Run naked till this thing ratchets up to 1.40. Isn't that would MW would do?


IMO, Depends upon why you think the price drop.

If you think it is Drought and you have feed, hold and feed. If you think the sunup was an overbought optimism of exports to China, I wouldn't expect a fast turnaround.
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