Cattle Slaughter Forecast Higher Ahead of July 4 Holiday

Cattle Slaughter Forecast Higher Ahead of July 4 Holiday

Cattle slaughter finished last week at an estimated 555,000 head, the highest weekly total since the week ending April 4th. Slaughter is projected lower this week, due to the Monday holiday but is forecast to cross back above the 600,000 head mark next week. Slaughter over the next six weeks (which includes the July 4 holiday week) is forecast at an average of 600,000 head, up 24 percent from the prior six week average.

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07.16.2021

Vegetable Oil Futures Prices Extend Higher Before Weekend

Vegetable Oil Futures Prices Extend Higher Before Weekend

Vegetable Oil Futures Prices Extend Higher Before Weekend    

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Veg Oils Rise as Weather Woes Remain Focus for Soybean Oil

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What’s Ahead in the FOG Markets?

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