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Harrington's Sort and Cull
John Harrington DTN Livestock Analyst
Fri Jun 26, 2015 03:56 PM CDT

That muffled baying you heard this week came from the dogs of summer, newly whelped and soon to be unleashed for their long pant through July and August. Yet parts of the meat market seemed to find the early ruckus more ominous than others.

On one hand, the wholesale beef trade appeared to dismiss the barking as something entirely unrelated to dangerous potential. Indeed, given the fact that cut-outs had rallied through June by more than $12, spot demand seemed as cool and collected as a fat cat ensconced on Grandma's lap.

On the other hand, traders of cattle futures ...

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