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Thursday, March 01, 2018

A muted start, but don’t write it off – Tet!

By Matt Dalgleish  |  Source: MLA, ACA

A comparison of historic seasonal monthly live cattle trade flows shows that it is not uncommon to see January post the lowest cattle movements for the year. This is because the monsoon weather patterns generally make it more difficult to get cattle out of the northern ports. This January, total live cattle consignments have started the season in a similar fashion to 2017 – below the five-year January average by about 15%, but still within the normal range.

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