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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Patience Pays Off

Oct 12, 2020 by Brad Hulett
Producers who had the patience to hold out until Friday trade were rewarded with higher money, and packers remain hungry for cattle. 
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Higher Cash Still Disappoints

Oct 05, 2020 by Brad Hulett
The early trade released any pressure on packers to acquire available inventory and made it easier for them to achieve their buy. The majority of the cash trade in the South was from two packers.
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Cash Cattle Slide Backwards

Sep 07, 2020 by Brad Hulett
Packers took on more inventory last week, which allows them to sit out and leverage the extra volume to push the market lower with potential extended delivery periods.
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Hulett: Cash Keeps Positive Momentum

Aug 17, 2020 by Brad Hulett
Cash cattle prices moved higher again for the sixth consecutive week, with the North still trading premium to the South. Feedyards in the South appear to be cleaning up faster than expected.
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Cash Cattle Market Trends Higher

Aug 10, 2020 by Brad Hulett
Cattle feeders saw continued higher prices in the cash market last week with cattle in the South trading at $99 to $100, with the majority of the cattle going at the higher end.
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Cash Fed Cattle Finally Find Momentum

Jul 20, 2020 by Brad Hulett
Cattle feeders in the South were able to keep the market mostly steady to higher for the week.  Most cash trades were $95-$96 with producers finding themselves in a position to pass on lower bids for front end cattle.
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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.