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DTN Early Word Opening Livestock 01/23 05:58

23 Jan 2019
DTN Early Word Opening Livestock 01/23 05:58 Early Morning Trade Adjustments Likely Strong pressure in cattle trade Tuesday is expected to bring a mixed bag of follow-through selling and short-covering when markets open Wednesday morning. This may swing prices in a moderate-to-wide range in early activity. By Rick Kment DTN Analyst Cattle: Steady Futures: Mixed Live Equiv: $144.08 +0.62* Hogs: Steady Futures: Mixed Lean Equiv: $ 74.21 -1.20** * based on formula estimating live cattle equivalent of gross packer revenue ** based on formula estimating lean hog equivalent of gross packer revenue GENERAL COMMENTS: Cash cattle markets are expected to remain silent or nearly silent through most of the day Wednesday with packers not expected to quickly move into the market until later in the week. This could keep markets uncertain with cash trade potentially put off until sometime Friday once again. It is likely that asking prices may start by midday, although this is not expected to bring about any action. Initial trade in live cattle futures is expected to remain mixed with a combination of follow-through selling pressure and short-covering through the morning. Outside market shifts will once again play a significant role in overall direction of the market and participation by commercial and investment traders.
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DTN Weather Trend Indicators 01/18 10:22

22 Jan 2019
GRAIN BELT WX ROUNDUP Ohio Morning Temperature And Precipitation Summary National Weather Service Cleveland Ohio 744 AM EST Tue Jan 22 2019 Values represent highs yesterday...lows over the last 12 hours and precipitation over the last 24 hours ending at 7 AM EST/8 AM EDT. M=Missing Data T=Trace NA=Not Available : .BR CLE 0122 ES DH00/TAIRZX/DH07/TA...

Indonesia Grows Nebraska Ties

22 Jan 2019
By Chris ClaytonDTN Ag Policy Editor OMAHA (DTN) -- Nebraska companies signed a memorandum of understanding with Indonesia's trade minister on Friday to sell more Nebraska-sourced soybeans to the country. Nebraska leaders held a series of events with a trade delegation from Indonesia led by that country's Minister of Trade Enggartiasto Lukita and A...

Wis. Faces Judgement on Water Quality

22 Jan 2019
By Todd NeeleyDTN Staff Reporter OMAHA (DTN) -- The state of Wisconsin could soon clamp down harder on concentrated animal feeding operations depending on the outcome of a case now before the state's highest court. The Wisconsin Court of Appeals for the second district on Wednesday recommended the Wisconsin Supreme Court hear a case that includes t...

EU Ag Reluctant on Trade Deal

22 Jan 2019
By Chris ClaytonDTN Ag Policy Editor OMAHA (DTN) -- Representatives for European agriculture insist Europe will be open to more agricultural products from the U.S. even as the European Union has omitted agriculture from its priority items in negotiating a cross-Atlantic trade deal. Agricultural representatives from the EU spoke earlier this week at...
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