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    1. “Heat stress is a principal factor limiting production of animal protein and negatively affecting health and welfare of cattle in subtropical and tropical regions, and its impact is expected ...

    2. Livestock futures ended lower Tuesday following Monday's limit up day in the cattle market. The market is now preparing for a seasonal lull that typically occurs after July 4th ...

    3. Grain higher, livestock mixed

      ABC News10 hours ago

      June live cattle was down 1.87 cents at $1.1960 a pound; Aug. feeder cattle lost 4.58 cents at $1.4487 a pound; while July lean hogs lost .55 cent at $.8647 a pound.

    4. Grain higher, livestock lower

      ABC News15 hours ago

      June live cattle was .53 cent lower at $1.2095 a pound; August feeder cattle was down .28 cent at $1.4918 pound; July lean hogs was unchanged at $.8703 a pound.

    5. Grain Lower, Livestock Mixed

      New York Times6 days ago

      June live cattle was down .85 cent at $1.1950 a pound; Aug. feeder cattle gained .73 cent at $1.4465 a pound; while July lean hogs was up 1.07 cents at $.8607 a pound.

    6. Landowers say new rules on pollution from farms, requiring consents and regular audits, places an unfair cost on smaller properties.

    7. June live cattle was up 2.27 cents at $1.2147 a pound; Aug. feeder cattle rose 4.50 cents at $1.4945 a pound; while July lean hogs gained 1.72 cents at $.8702 a pound.

    8. Chile's government authority responsible for grain and livestock cited an outbreak of the highly contagious ailment in the eastern Colombian department of Arauca as the reason for the ...

    9. They reduced attacks on livestock by reinforcing thornbush cattle enclosures with wire and introducing specially bred guard dogs. "Dogs weren't really valued there at the time.

    10. Grain lower, livestock lower

      ABC News6 days ago

      June live cattle was 1.18 cent lower at $1.1833 a pound; August feeder cattle was down 2.33 cents at $1.4233 pound; July lean hogs lost .38 cents to $.8570 a pound.

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