Cash fed cattle prices eclipsed last week’s all-time record by posting gains of $3 to $4 per hundredweight this week.
The government shutdown did little to dampen the enthusiasm drifting through the cattle markets.
Beef packers scrambled to fill orders last week and were forced to pay record prices on Thursday for Midwestern fed cattle.
Cash fed cattle prices may equal or surpass record highs this week. Here's why.
The rally continues for feeder cattle prices as new all-time highs were posted last week.
Merck voluntarily pulls beta-agonist from U.S. market after Tyson refuses to purchase Zilmax-fed cattle.
America’s shrinking cattle herd has fueled a price rally that has cattle producers cashing significantly larger checks this fall.
Feeder cattle prices are called a “runaway” this week. Declining corn prices has prompted cattle feeders to bid up yearling cattle prices to dizzying heights, which is great news if you’re a seller.