By Augusto Semmelroth | Source: MLA's NLRS
Store cattle markets are strongly seasonal, with prices peaking sometime in mid-August in both northern and southern markets. This pattern has somewhat been skewed the last couple years as a result of the poor seasonal conditions. While the weather remains the main wildcard going forward, this time we look at the good and the bad for store cattle markets this spring.
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