Heavy slaughter lambs were steady to $10 lower; light slaughter lambs were steady to $10 higher.
Trade slow with light demand as exporters slowed down this week in the Columbia Basin.
Hard red winter wheat and dark northern spring wheat bids moved lower, while soft white wheat bids were mixed.
Retail demand is light with food service movement light to moderate.
Order buyers were extremely cautious after aggressive pressure from the stock market tumble and with very bearish outside markets keeping a strain on all commodity markets.
Stocker and feeder cattle mostly $30 lower at the Toppenish, Wash., Livestock Auction. Trade slow with good demand and good buyer attendance. Best demand for all natural black hided steers and heifers.
Slaughter lambs were uneven, $10-20 higher at San Angelo, Texas, and steady to $20 lower at New Holland, Pa.
Cash wheat bids for August delivery ended the reporting week on Thursday, Aug. 20, mixed compared to Aug. 13 noon bids for August delivery.
Calves and yearlings traded weak to $5 lower with a number of instances $10 lower from midweek on.
Trade was slow in the Columbia Basin with light to moderate demand as exporters slowed down this week after China devalued its currency.