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May 17, 2021  Special Calf &Yearling Sale- Noon Start

May 24, 2021 Sheep & Goat Sale- Noon Start

June 7, 2021  Special Calf &Yearling Sale- Noon Start

June 21, 2021  Special Calf &Yearling Sale- Noon Start 

June 28, 2021  Special Sheep & Goat Sale- Noon Start

July 5, 2021 Special Calf &Yearling Sale- Noon Start

July 19, 2021 Special Calf &Yearling Sale - Noon Start

July 26, 2021  Special Sheep & Goat Sale- Noon Start

 

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Market Snapshot
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Commentary
Cotton Market Rallies on Tuesday -

Turnaround Tuesday in cotton left prices 33 points higher in old crop and 54 to 73 points higher for new crop contracts.  NOAA’s 7day QPF

Hogs Close Below Cash -

Lean hog futures past July were $0.10 to $1.75 weaker on Tuesday. July contracts were up 27 cents on the day reflecting higher cash prices, though

Corn Recovers into Close -

An afternoon buy back in nearby July left the board mixed on Tuesday. July corn futures rallied 20 3/4 cents off the low to close in the black. New

Cattle Rally on Weaker Corn -

At the Tuesday close front month cattle futures were $0.50 to $2.62 stronger. June fats were up $1.85, approaching the cash market price level.

Beans End Tuesday Lower -

Soybean futures closed with double digit new crop losses on Tuesday. July beans were 6 1/2 cents lower at the close, widening the inverse to Nov to

Wheat Futures Weaken by Double Digits -

At the close for the Tuesday session, wheat futures were mixed. Winter wheat prices were down by double digits, led by 2.1% to 2.4% drops in KC HRW.

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