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National wool and sheep report
Slaughter lambs were firm to $4 higher, except at San Angelo, Texas, weak to $5 lower.

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National feeder and stock cattle report
Many producers have been waiting for this week to sell their spring-born calf crop, evidenced by the showing of nearly 500,000 head sold through auctions, directs and video sales this week.
Selected Western livestock auctions
Inclement weather impacted several auction because moving cattle was difficult.
Portland daily grain report
Bids as of 9:30 a.m. Pacific time; subject to change.
Portland daily grain report
Bids as of 9:30 a.m. Pacific time; subject to change.
USDA moves to dismiss HSUS pork trademark lawsuit
USDA moves to dismiss HSUS pork trademark lawsuit
Pork producers say USDA’s motion is long overdue but still chastises the agency for entering into settlement talks with HSUS.
Industry to air concerns about herbicide-resistant weeds
Industry to air concerns about herbicide-resistant weeds
The Pacific Northwest agricultural industry will discuss herbicide resistance developing in weeds at a Jan. 24 listening session in Pasco, Wash.
National sheep summary report
Slaughter lambs were firm to $5 higher, instances $10 higher on lambs over 70 lbs.
West Coast grain price report
Cash wheat bids for January delivery ended the reporting week on Thursday, Jan. 5, were higher compared to Dec. 29 noon bids for January delivery.
California shell egg price report
Asking prices for next week are 33 cents lower for Jumbo, 42 cents lower for Extra Large, 45 cents lower for Large, and 30 cents lower for Medium and Small.
Western fluid milk and cream review
In the Pacific Northwest, milk production is generally following typical seasonal patterns.

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