As COVID-19 impacts the supply chain, beef prices in grocery stores have started to skyrocket. Is $7.99 per pound for ground beef common? An interactive map shows just how high prices are getting for consumers today.
As the impact of COVID-19 continues, trying to stay afloat may be too much for some operations to withstand. Many face a tough reality: liquidating cows and a shrinking industry.
Cattle prices are on a historic ride. Producers are trying to make sense of it all, as well as industry insiders, as the COVID-19 story is far from over.
A Kansas City-based cattle company is 100% veteran owned and operated, raising Wagyu beef. Owner Patrick Montgomery decided to use his military past to help provide other veterans with a fresh start.
The fire at a Tyson beef packing plant in August sparked an explosive reaction in the markets, but was it basic economics that drove prices or something else? Three economists weight in.
Former army ranger’s beef business flourishes with help from other veterans.
China made its second-largest purchase of U.S. pork this week. Rabobank says China will need to continue to source protein from the U.S., as the list of countries able to export is short.