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Lau's Valley View Farm - Annual Angus Bull & Female Sale

Live Event Started: 3/24/22 1:00 PM (CDT)

Details

All the bulls and heifers that show they are M1P have been tested and are all M1F.

Seller Contact Information

Jeff and Brenda Lau
27540 397th Ave
Armour, SD 57313
(605) 933-1355
(605) 933-2300
lausvalleyview@gmail.com

Auction Location

Lau's Valley View Farm
27540 397th Ave
Armour, SD 57313

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Terms and Conditions

DVAuction Terms and Conditions

USDA CROP PRODUCTION: Soybean Production Up 2 Percent from 2021; Cotton Production Down 28 Percent from 2021
USDA Crop Production Comments: The 2021 corn planted area is estimated at 89.8 million acres, down less than 1 percent from the June estimate and down 4 percent from 2021
Boxed Beef PM: Choice: $263.37 (+0.27) Select: $239.59 (+2.13); Ch/Se Spread: $23.78; Total Loads: 89 compared to 103 on Thursday (Choice down $2.87 since Monday)
U.S. CATTLE REPORT: Great week for cattle trade, feeder sales; Corn up 48 cents since August 3rd; Boxed beef down $2.87 since Monday; Cattle weights down 2 lbs this week, down 12 lbs from last year
BEEF PRODUCTION: Weekly production reported at 524.5 million pounds, down 0.7% from last week, up 0.8% from last year (EWMP)
CATTLE WEIGHTS: Live weights reported this week at 1,343 lbs., down 2 lbs. from last week, down 12 lbs. from last year (EWMP)
Quiet Day; Strong Week... The negotiated cash cattle market has really shined, gaining $1 to $2 bucks on the second consecutive week of active volume. Even the south traded at $140. This morning the USDA posted the WTD total sales at 97K and last week was 103k head (The Beef)
MEATBOARD PM: Boxed Beef Choice: $263.37 (+0.27); Pork Carcass: $121.83 (-1.48); Chicken Breast: $225.86 (+0.91)
CME LIVESTOCK: Live Cattle: $144.50 (-0.60); Feeder Cattle: $183.375 (-1.225); Hogs: $100.025 (-1.05); Milk: $19.89 (-0.21)
CME GRAINS: Corn: $6.3975 (+10.50); Soybeans: $15.35 (+14.75); Wheat: 8.06 (-4.75); Cotton: $114.44 (+4.00) (Corn up 48 cents since August 3rd)
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