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If you want to sell any CANADIAN BORN CATTLE, you must inform the office and sign an affadavit. avit. 
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS PROCEDURE COULD RESULT IN RECEIVING NO VALUE FOR YOUR ANIMAL(S).

 
                                                                     
UPCOMING SALES & EVENTS
 
UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED, ALL SALES THROUGH JULY WILL BE HELD AT STOCKMEN'S WEST
 
Thursday, May 28 - REGULAR SALE

Thursday, June 4 - REGULAR SALE & COW-CALF PAIR SPECIAL

Thursday, June 11 - REGULAR SALE

Thursday, June, 18 - REGULAR SALE

Thursday, June, 25 - REGULAR SALE

Thursday, July 2 - NO SALE - HAVE A SAFE & HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY HOLIDAY

UNLOADING TIMES
                                 Cattle to be sold:                                                     Outgoing Cattle:
                             Night before sale day: until 10pm                                Night after sale: All Night
                                  All other days: until 5pm                                          All other days: 7am to 5p



Futures
@GF - FEEDER CATTLE - CME
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Aug 15 217.850 219.200 217.025 218.900 1.275 219.000s 05/24 Chart for @GF5Q
Sep 15 217.025 218.175 216.125 217.850 1.175 218.000s 05/24 Chart for @GF5U
Oct 15 215.775 217.150 215.325 216.825 1.100 217.000s 05/24 Chart for @GF5V
@LE - LIVE CATTLE - CME
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jun 15 151.900 152.675 151.475 152.225 - 0.250 152.125s 05/24 Chart for @LE5M
Aug 15 150.600 151.300 150.025 150.700 - 0.200 150.700s 05/24 Chart for @LE5Q
Oct 15 152.300 153.225 151.900 152.750 - 0.025 152.600s 05/24 Chart for @LE5V
LC - LIVE CATTLE - CME
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jun 15 152.250 152.500 151.700 152.100 - 0.250 152.125s 05/22 Chart for LC5M
Aug 15 150.900 151.000 150.250 150.725 - 0.200 150.700s 05/22 Chart for LC5Q
@C - CORN - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jul 15 361'0 362'4 360'2 361'2 1'2 360'0 02:14A Chart for @C5N
Sep 15 367'2 369'0 367'0 367'6 1'0 366'6 02:14A Chart for @C5U
Dec 15 378'2 380'0 377'6 378'6 1'0 377'6 02:14A Chart for @C5Z
@W - WHEAT - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jul 15 515'2 519'6 515'2 515'4 0'2 515'2 02:13A Chart for @W5N
Sep 15 523'6 527'0 523'6 525'0 2'0 523'0 02:13A Chart for @W5U
Dec 15 537'2 541'0 536'6 537'2 0'2 537'0 02:13A Chart for @W5Z
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