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Cattle feeding profits improved for the third consecutive week as cash fed cattle prices gained $1 per cwt.
Profit Tracker: Margins Continue Improving, Packers Slip

Cattle feeding profits improved for the third consecutive week as cash fed cattle prices gained $1 per cwt.

Feedlot closeouts averaged a profit of $22 per head last week, while packer margins remain above $200.
Profit Tracker: Steady Money, Eroding Profits

Feedlot closeouts averaged a profit of $22 per head last week, while packer margins remain above $200.

Feeding Margins Improve, Packers Over $200

Cattle feeding profits improved with $1 per cwt. higher cash prices and lower feeder cattle prices calculated against last week's closeouts.

Drovers TV: Feedlots Losing $50-60/Head as Fed Cattle Market Tightens

The fed cattle market has traded in a tight range at about $111 per cwt for the past six weeks, which results in cattle feeders losing an average of $50 to $60 per head.

Steady Money, Steady Losses For Feeders

Cattle feeding losses averaged $83 per head last week, while packers recorded $168 per head profits, according to the Sterling Beef Profit Tracker.

Packer, Feedlot Margins Post Declines

While cash cattle prices slipped only modestly, cattle feeders saw margins erode by $86 per head, falling from an average profit of $38 two weeks ago to an average loss of $49 per head last week.

Feedlot Margins Better, Packer Margins Slip

A $1 per cwt rally helped boost cattle feeding profits marginally last week while packers lost a little off their large margins.

A $1 per cwt rally helped boost cattle feeding profits marginally last week while packers lost a little off their large margins.
Feedlot Margins Better, Packer Margins Slip

A $1 per cwt rally helped boost cattle feeding profits marginally last week while packers lost a little off their large margins.