Bids as of 9:30 a.m. Pacific time; subject to change.
Compared to last week slaughter lambs were steady to sharply higher except at San Angelo, Texas, where they were sharply lower.
Columbia Basin hay producers are in the thick of harvesting their hay and focusing on that before the selling process begins.
Bids for U.S. 1 Soft White Wheat delivered to Portland in unit trains or barges during June for ordinary protein trended up to 35.50 cents per bushel lower than week ago prices for the same delivery period, from $5.2250 to 5.58.
Asking prices for next week are 15 cents higher for Jumbo, 13 cents higher for Extra Large, 11 cents higher for Large and 6 cents higher for Medium and Small.
The only thing certain in the beef complex right now is uncertainty, and that was reflected this week in all aspects of the cattle sector.
Good market throughout the sale on both the feeder cattle and calves at the Producers Livestock Market in Vale, Ore. Good buyer participation on the special butcher cow sale.
The trend for wool this year has been prices reflecting the 80 to 85 percent of Australia range.
Prices in Oregon trended generally steady compared to week-ago prices in a very limited test.
Bids for U.S. 1 Soft White Wheat delivered to Portland in unit trains or barges during June for ordinary protein trended 29.75 to 30 cents per bushel higher than week ago prices for the same delivery period.