Following an explosion Oct. 17, Cargill says it is sending live cattle to other facilities but expects its Dodge City cattle receiving operations to resume early next week.
Cargill's Dodge City, Kan., beef processing facility was back online Monday morning after an explosion on Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2019.
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The world's largest meatpacker JBS SA will next week resume slaughtering at six out of 10 beef processing units after sending workers on temporary leave earlier this month, the company said in a statement on Thursday.
Feeders steers and heifers sold both sides of steady, and the Cattle on Feed report went missing due to the government shutdown.
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Packer market participation wasn’t as robust as it had been in earlier weeks, and packers have slowly added to their inventory ahead of the holidays.