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The Live Cattle Marketing Committee of NCBA had their work cut out for them at the Cattle Industry Summer Business Meeting, looking at a variety of proposals to increase cash fed cattle numbers. After an intense debate, the committee and the NCBA Board of Directors unanimously passed a polic… Read more

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By : Livestock Marketing Information Center The Quarterly Hogs and Pigs report by USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) was… Read more

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By: Katelyn McCullock, Economist American Farm Bureau Federation Choice boxed beef continued its climb for the 4 week in a… Read more

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Angus producers knew they could create a brand of beef that would sell millions of pounds in a year. But… Read more

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By: Brenda Boetel, Professor, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Futures ended last week down. April live cattle prices… Read more

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Many livestock operations should already be turning to their advisors for tips and strategies on how to reduce their operation’s… Read more

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On Friday we provided an overview of the changes in cattle numbers in key countries and the implications this had… Read more

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By: Matthew A. Diersen Last week I delivered a risk management presentation for cattle producers interested in livestock insurance. Initially… Read more

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By: Mark Battersby It may come as quite a surprise, but many feedlot operators are actually profiting from their losses.… Read more

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By: Darrell Peel Wheat is an amazing crop. Given the slightest opportunity, wheat responds very well under adverse conditions. In… Read more

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By: Luke Schwieterman The big news in the USDA July Supply and Demand report was corn ending stocks estimated at… Read more