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The U.S. Drought Monitor week saw another round of winter storms, bringing snow to the mountainous areas of the West, northern Plains, upper Midwest, and Northeast while lower elevations of the West and parts of the South, Southeast, lower Midwest, and Mid-Atlantic regions saw rain. This week’s precipitation in the Southwest left many areas with accumulations that exceeded 300 percent of normal over the past 14-day period, leading to continued improvements in short-term dryness. Read more

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Duane Lenz, analyst for CattleFax, provides a world-market overview and outlook for cattle from the 2019 Angus Convention. This video news is provided by Certified Angus Beef LLC and the American Angus Association. Visit www.CABcattle.com or www.angus.org for more information.

Russell Livestock, Russell, Iowa, reported receipts of 1,048 head of feeder cattle selling Dec. 9, compared to 1,823 head on Dec. 2, according to the USDA-Iowa Department of Agriculture Market News, Des Moines, Iowa.