You are viewing information for an archived event

Reverse Rocking R Ranch - Reverse Rocking R Genetic Jumpstart Sale

Live Event Started: 7/26/22 7:00 PM (CDT)

Seller Contact Information

Chris Earl
358 Laguna Madre Rd
Maxwell, NM 87728
(630) 675-6559
(575) 375-2304
Website
svfchief@aol.com
ranch@reverserockingr.com

Auction Location

Wes Tiemann or Chris Earl
Online Only
358 Laguna Madra Rd
Maxwell, NM 87728
(816) 244-4462

Additional Links

Catalog
Video Catalog
Sale Order

Terms and Conditions

DVAuction Terms and Conditions

Trump faces intensifying legal and political pressure after FBI agents searched his Florida home in a probe of whether he took classified documents from the White House when he left office (Bloomberg)
Current... The most recent quality grade data released by the USDA is a clear indicator that cattle feedlot marketings are current. The number of cattle grading choice+prime is near the 5-year average and the three major cattle feeding states of Texas, Kansas and Nebraska all show the number of choice+prime cattle below the 5-year average (The Beef)
Ranking Of States With The Worst Pasture Conditions: Maine and Rhode Island have the worst pasture conditions in the United States followed by Texas and Connecticut Twelve (12) states have 50% or more of their pasture rated poor or very poor this week, compared to 9 last week
PASTURE CONDITIONS: Twenty four percent (24%) of the pasture in the United States is rated as good or excellent, compared to 25% last week and 30% last year
SOYBEAN PROGRESS: Sixty one percent (61%) of the soybeans in the U.S. had set pods by August 7th, compared to 44% last week and 70% last year. The five-year average is 66%
CROP PROGRESS: Corn doughing at 45%; Soybeans setting pods at 61%
U.S. CATTLE REPORT: Feeders highest in 5 months; Big Trade; Corn doughing at 45%, Chicken drops another 8 bucks; 71 steers (769#) from Tina, Missouri at $183.00
Boxed Beef AM: Choice: $265.64 (-0.60) Select: $239.74 (+0.88); Ch/Se Spread: $25.90; Total Loads: 78
CME LIVESTOCK: Live Cattle: $143.175 (-1.05); Feeder Cattle: $182.80 (-2.85); Hogs: $99.45 (-0.85); Milk: $19.83 (+0.43)
CME GRAINS: Corn: $6.1975 (+11.25); Soybeans: $15.1475 (+50.75); Wheat: $7.8225 (+2.50); Cotton: $104.70 (+3.12)
View More

Helpful Links