What's next for cattle prices?
Jan 28, 2018
Cattle futures caught a bid during Friday’s session and didn’t look back. We were very surprised that we did not see any attempt at follow through pressure after yesterday afternoons meltdown. Cash trade was reported after the close at 126-127.
April live cattle finished up 2.00 at 124.60, trading in a range of 3.075
March feeder cattle finished up 2.775 at 146.60, trading in range of 4.225
Friday’s Cattle on Feed report (often referred to as Cattle on Fade) is as follows
Cattle on Feed: 108
Range of Estimates: 107.2-108.1
Range of Estimates: 93.3-100.3
Average Estimates: 96.9
Range of Estimate: 97.9-100.3
Average Estimate: 98.6
Levels to watch for this week’s trade
Live Cattle (April)
Resistance: 125.175-125.45***, 127.20-127.35***, 130.10****
Support:122.025-122.55***, 120.20-120.625****, 117.90-118.55****
Feeder Cattle (March)
Resistance: 147.75-147.875****, 149.40-150.00***, 158.925****
Support: 143.15-143.80**, 142.10-142.60**, 139.85-140.125***, 138.30-138.75****
Lean Hogs (April)
Resistance: 76.225-76.40**, 77.25****, 78.50***
Support: 73.275-73.60****, 72.45-72.75**, 70.625-71.10****
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