Announcements

SALE SCHEDULE

Jan. 7, 2019 Special Calf & Yearling Sale-  Noon Start

Jan. 10, 2019   Special Bred Cow, CC Pair and Breeding Bull Sale  6pm

Jan 21, 2019  Special Calf & Yearling Sale- Noon Start

Feb. 4, 2019   Special Calf & Yearling Sale - Noon Start 

Feb 18, 2019   Special Calf &Yearling Sale - Noon Start

March 4, 2019  Special Calf &Yearling Sale- Noon Start

March 18, 2019  Special Calf &Yearling Sale- Noon Start

March 30, 2019  SPECIAL HORSE & TACK SALE

 

 

Sale Order for all these sales will be:  Feeder Calves,  Bred Cows, CC Prs, Breeding Bulls, then Weigh cows and bulls.

  

Local Weather

Milan, Missouri (63556)

Current Conditions: Sunny
Temperature: 20°F Dew point: 17°F
Humidity: 88% Pressure: 30.10 in. Hg
Wind: 19 mph From: Southeast

Forecast

Monday

Hi: 23°
Lo: 23°
Tuesday

Hi: 39°
Lo: 16°
Wednesday

Hi: 23°
Lo: 15°
Thursday

Hi: 23°
Lo: -4°
Friday

Hi: 19°
Lo: 8°

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Market Snapshot
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Live cattle futures closed with 35 to 65 cent gains in most contracts, with nearby Feb down 57.5 cents. Feb was up 1.24% this week. Feeder cattle

Lean Hogs Market News and Commentary -

Lean Hog futures posted 37.5 cent to $1.65 gains in most contracts on Friday. Feb was down 2.27% this week. The CME Lean Hog Index was up 16 cents

Corn Market News and Commentary -

Corn futures saw most contracts steady to 2 cents higher on Friday. March futures were up 0.93% on the week that saw a couple sizable swings. Higher

Soybeans Market News and Commentary -

Soybean futures posted 8 to 9 cent gains in most nearby contracts on Friday, with March 0.71% higher this week. Soymeal futures were up $2.90/ton,

Cotton Market News and Commentary -

Cotton futures were 20 to 48 points lower in most contracts on Friday. Nearby March was up 1.93% this week. Traders were taking profits ahead of the

Wheat Market News and Commentary -

Wheat futures ended the Friday session with most contracts steady to 2 1/4 cents higher. A higher dollar limited those gains with some follow

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