On Thursday, negotiated cash trade was slow on light demand in the major feeding regions. Not enough trades in any region for an adequate market trend. Thus far for the week in all major feeding regions good movement has been noted; in the Southern Plains live cash trades have moved from 122.00-123.00. In Nebraska, the bulk of live and dressed cash trades have moved mostly at 124 .0 and 200.00, respectively. In the Western Cornbelt, the live trades moved from 123.00-127.00 with the bulk of the dressed trades moving at 200.00.
Source: USDA Livestock, Poultry and Grain Market News, St. Joseph, Mo.