Market Schedule

Listen to KMIT for the most complete market programming in the area. Listen for updates at the following times Monday through Friday:

6:45am – Market Summary, National with John Kleist and Elevator Report
8:45am – First Look – The Days Expeected Market Trends with John Kleist
9:25am – Platte Livestock-Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
9:30am – KMIT Opening Market Report with John Kleist
9:35am – Mitchell Livestock Report-Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday
10:45am – Commodity Report from the Farmers Trading Company
12:30pm – Noonday Market Update with John Kleist
1:45pm – Highs, Lows and Closes from the Farmers Trading Company
2:45pm – Market update-Local Closing Elevator Prices

Follow this link to see the results of the Monday Calf Sales at the Mitchell Livestock Market: http://www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/sf_ls758.txt

Area livestock producers can also hear updates from this areas biggest livestock auction companies like the Kimball Livestock, Yankton Livestock and others at Varied Times throughout the morning Monday through Friday.

Livestock Market Links:
http://www.mitchelllivestockauction.com
http://www.sdauctions.com/index.php?cmd=liveStockAuctions

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