Announcements

HORSE SALE 

SEPT 16, 2017.    TACK @10.   HORSES @2PM

 

 

SPECIAL CALF AND YEARLING SALE

SEPT 11, 2017. START AT NOON

EXPECTING 300 HD CALVES AND

75 HD Bred Cows

 

Sept 25, 2017

Regular Sale

 

OCT 2, 2017

Special Calf and Yearling Sale

 

Octn16, 2017

Regular Sale

 

 

 

 

 

          

 Go to the Cattle Tab and down to Early Listings to see preview

pictures and videos of some of the consigned cattle.


Mondays are our sale days. We have a very active feeder calf market And with 4 slaughter cow buyers we have a very strong slaughter cow and bull market.
Give any of us a call and we will be glad to come look at your livestock. Our goal is to get you the best price possible for you cattle.

  

Local Weather

Milan, Missouri (63556)

Current Conditions: Clear
Temperature: 72°F Dew point: 68°F
Humidity: 87% Pressure: 29.96 in. Hg
Wind: 6 mph From: South

Forecast

Thursday

Hi: 89°
Lo: 69°
Friday

Hi: 90°
Lo: 70°
Saturday

Hi: 88°
Lo: 68°
Sunday

Hi: 87°
Lo: 63°
Monday

Hi: 84°
Lo: 61°

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Market Snapshot
Quotes retrieved on September 21, 2017, 11:22:10 PM CDT
STATE USDA Newswire

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Commentary
Cattle -

Live cattle futures ended the day with nearby Oct 85 cents lower and back months higher. Feeder cattle futures were mostly lower on Thursday,

Lean Hogs -

Lean hog futures were down $1.025 to $2.125 in the front months, with deferred contracts lower. The CME Lean Hog Index for 9/19 was 96 cents lower

Cotton -

Cotton futures settled Thursday with 26 to 100 point losses. All upland cotton 17/18 export sales of 219,850 RB were reported by the USDA this

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures closed Thursday with most contracts steady to a penny higher. The USDA indicated new crop corn export sales of just 526,867 MT for the

Corn -

Corn futures closed Thursday with most contracts steady to a penny higher. The USDA indicated new crop corn export sales of just 526,867 MT for the

Soybeans -

Soybean futures finished the Thursday trade session with most contracts fractionally higher. Oct soy meal was up $2.70/ton, with nearby bean oil 57

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