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DTN CATTLE PRICES/TRENDS               04/12 08:15

       HEAD SOLD LIVE  STEERS  DRESSED        LIVE  HEIFERS  DRESSED
KANSAS     .     .             .              .              .
NEBRASKA   .     .             .              .              .
TEXAS      .     .             .              .              .
COLORADO   .     .             .              .              .
IOWA       .     .             .              .              .
                         *=PRIVATE SOURCES

DTN COMMENTS: All is quiet in cash cattle country this morning following 
yesterday's light trade. Southern live deals were at $182, $2 lower than 
last week's weighted averages. Northern dressed sales were marked at $293 
to $295, $2 to $4 lower than last week's weighed average basis Nebraska. 
Some business came in after the Mandatory cutoff yesterday, so it will be 
interesting to see just where trade volume totals land when summary 
reports are released a little later this morning. Asking prices for 
cattle left on showlists are around $183 to $184 in the South, and $296 
to $298 in the North. Beef cutouts are expected to be mixed with light to 
moderate box movement.

NOTE: Feedlots are encouraged to call DTN with any cattle sales, at
1-402-461-3561. All sales will be listed anonymously and organized by 
state. All live sales are FOB and set for 1-9-day delivery. A weekly 
summary from this data will be posted on the Weekly Cattle Sales Reported 
to DTN page and will be left up for the entire week for reference 
purposes.

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