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Weekly agriculture trends as of Jan. 14, 2021 | Business

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In Virginia, compared to pre-holiday costs, state graded feeder cattle regular to fifteen.00 greater. Feeder cattle at common public sale gross sales uneven, ranging 9.00 decrease to five.00 greater. Slaughter cows 5.00 to 14.00 greater. In comparability to final week, Wheat .01 greater, new crop .06 decrease. Corn principally .16 decrease, new crop .04 greater. Soybeans principally .10 to .25 decrease, new crop .02 decrease.

400-500 lbs 154.00-184.00, common 177.51

500-600 lbs 119.00-180.00, common 166.30

600-700 lbs 120.00-174.00, common 156.31

700-800 lbs 111.00-157.00, common 148.57

400-500 lbs 130.00-156.00, common 144.03

500-600 lbs 110.00-148.00, common 138.31

600-700 lbs 101.00-149.00, common 128.03

700-800 lbs 110.00-146.50, common 138.40

Boning, 800-1200 lbs, 49.00-73.00, common 61.14

Breakers, 1200-1600 lbs, 56.00-74.50, common 65.53

Eastern Shore 7.02, new crop 6.68; Middle Peninsula new crop 7.23; Norfolk new crop 7.33; Roanoke 8.47, new crop 7.78; Wakefield new crop 7.33

Eastern Shore 6.08, new crop 5.68; Harrisonburg 6.48-6.63; Middle Peninsula new crop 5.38; Norfolk new crop 5.58-5.78; Richmond-Petersburg 6.18; Wakefield 5.88-6.43

Eastern Shore 13.37-13.42; Harrisonburg 12.78; Middle Peninsula new crop 12.65; Norfolk 13.97, new crop 12.95-13.05; Richmond-Petersburg 13.80; Wakefield 13.67-13.87

Livestock costs per hundredweight; grain costs per bushel.