Latest News From Greg Henderson

Big Supplies Lower Prices

Heavy cattle weights offset harvest disruptions.

1 month ago
Cattle trade gained $2 to $3
Cash Cattle Rally $2 to $3 In Active Trade

Packers aggressively sought inventory last week and cash fed cattle prices surged $2 per cwt., to instances of $3 higher for the week. Large trade volumes were reported in the North at $107 to $108 per cwt.

1 month ago
Livestock: A Powerful Tool

Managed livestock grazing can help regenerate soils.

1 month ago
Gardiner Angus Ranch 16th Fall Production Sale
Gardiner Angus Ranch Bulls Average $5,706

Gardiner Angus Ranch's 16th Annual Fall Production sale was held Sept. 28, attracting 331 bidder and 163 buyers both online and in-person purchase a total of 667 head of Angus cattle.

1 month ago
Photo of mutilated cow posted to Fee Stubblefield's Facebook page.
Oregon Cattle Mutilations Remain A Mystery

Oregon officials continue to investigate multiple cattle mutilations where the tongue, glands and sex organs have been removed with little or no signs or evidence of a struggle.

1 month ago
Beef packing plant
Packer Antitrust Lawsuit Dismissed

The antitrust class-action lawsuit alleging America’s largest beef packers conspired to fix cattle prices has been dismissed by a federal judge in Minnesota.

2 months ago
Federal Judge Removes Acting BLM Director

Acting Bureau of Land Management director William Perry Pendley was asked to step aside on Friday by a federal judge who ruled Pendley has served unlawfully for 424 days.

2 months ago
MM Feeders
Cattle Trade Higher Ahead of Record COF

Large volumes of cattle traded in all regions at $2 higher prices ahead of Friday's cattle on feed report which counted 4% more inventory than last September.

2 months ago