Brad Hulett

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Brad Hulett is a marketing representative for Consolidated Beef Producers in Amarillo, Texas. He is a graduate of Northwest Missouri State University-Maryville and formerly worked as a cattle buyer for Cargill Meat Solutions. Consolidated Beef Producers is a cooperative of cattlemen and feedyard owners striving to expand marketing opportunities for themselves and their customers. Heard in the Alleys weekly cattle market insight is produced in cooperation with Drovers, and is intended for information purposes only, and should not be considered a recommendation to buy or sell commodities or securities.
Brad Hulett, Consolidated Beef Producers, Inc

Recent Stories by Brad Hulett

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Pre-Holiday Cattle Trade Disappointment

Jun 29, 2020 by Brad Hulett
Cattle feeders knew selling ahead of a short holiday week would create additional challenges for cash cattle prices and the ability to move cattle. Unfortunately, trade volumes met low expectations.
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The Fake Cash Market May Be Over

Jun 01, 2020 by Brad Hulett
Cash prices are steady for now, but Tyson turned down some cattle last week that they thought are now too big, which is a huge concern other feeders may encounter in the near future.
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Slowly But Surely Cash Prices Climb

May 18, 2020 by Brad Hulett
Cash cattle prices traded higher last week, and for the first time in several weeks most of the major beef packing plants should be up and running this week, though not full-throttle.
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Cash Cattle: Is This The Bottom?

May 11, 2020 by Brad Hulett
The South saw another wide trading range last week as prices ranged from $95 to $115 per cwt. for cash fed cattle with just two packers active in the negotiated cash market.
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Feedlot Struggles Continue

May 04, 2020 by Brad Hulett
Light cash trade continued with a wide price range. Two of the major packers were active in the market, with one actively making an effort to support prices.
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Higher Cash Is Probably Short-Lived

Mar 30, 2020 by Brad Hulett
Can prices gained in last week's fed cattle rally be maintained? There is some concern that the lack of cattle moving in the cash trade is starting to back cattle up and hurt hard-earned gains.