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WNC Livestock Exchange LLC

Live Event Started: 11/29/21 10:00 AM (CST)

Seller Contact Information

Dr. Steven Matthews, Dan Messer, Lisa Glance
P.O. Box 1110
Canton, NC 28716
(828) 646-3700
(828) 308-8512 Dr. Steven Matthews
(828) 273-1791 Dan Messer
(828) 734-7961 Lisa Glance
(828) 646-0202
westernnclivestock@gmail.com

Auction Location

WNC Livestock Exchange LLC
P.O. Box 1110
Canton, NC 28716
(828) 646-3700

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Upcoming Events for WNC Livestock Exchange LLC

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Private Treaty Offerings (1)
Short Range Weather: An arctic air mass will bring cold temperatures across much of the central and eastern U.S. (View Report)
Livestock, Dairy & Poultry Outlook (January): The 2021 commercial beef production forecast was raised slightly from last month to 27.950billion pounds on higher non-fed cattle slaughter and heavier carcass weights (VIEW REPORT)
SCHWIETERMAN CATTLE: Slaughter was estimated 116,000 for the day and pushes weekly kills 6,000 ahead of last week but well behind year ago levels (VIEW REPORT)
SCHWIETERMAN GRAIN: March corn is pausing just below the December highs, and most likely getting set for an eventual test of the contract highs. Export sales were good at 1.09 MMT for the old crop and 105,000 MT for the new crop (VIEW REPORT)
GRAIN TRENDS (Short Term/Long Term): CORN: Up/Up; WHEAT: Up/Down; SOYBEANS: Up/Up (VIEW REPORT)
CATTLE TRENDS (Short Term/Long Term): LIVE: Up/Down; FEEDERS: Down/Up (VIEW REPORT)
ARIZONA CALF TRACKER: The largest calf string sold in Arizona in 2021 was 115 heifers (453#) from Marana at $148.50. The second largest string was 103 heifers (407#) from Willcox at $143.00 (VIEW REPORT)
WILLCOX LIVESTOCK: The largest string sold on Thursday at Willcox Livestock was 57 heifers (612#) at $145.50. The second largest string was 49 steers (596#) at $163.75 (VIEW REPORT)
Arizona Calf Tracker: The highest price paid for a calf string in Arizona in the last 30 days was $230.00 for 11 steers (355#) from Willcox. The second highest price paid was $223.00 for 10 steers (323#) from Willcox (VIEW REPORT)
BEFORE THE BELL: U.S. stock markets futures fell as fears about the pace of monetary policy tightening and weaker-than-expected earnings from companies that soared in the pandemic hit investor confidence (Reuters)
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