Auction barns are still reporting higher volumes of cattle moving through, but so far that has not impacted feeder prices but cull cow prices are starting to soften some. This fall, however, the early run of cattle will mean tighter supplies and higher prices. Oklahoma State University ag economist Derrell Peel explains in the Beef Today report on AgDay:
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