Cattle feeding losses nearly doubled last week as cash fed cattle prices declined another $2 per cwt.
The mid-summer beef slump is throwing punches hard and fast to packers as beef prices continue to trend in a southerly direction.
Beef cattle producers in Kentucky have voted to assess themselves an additional $1 per head on cattle marketed in the state.
By the numbers, cattle producers with summer stockers and cow-calf operations should be experiencing a bit less stress about the market this year.
Kentucky beef cattle producers voted to assess themselves an additional $1 per head on cattle marketed in Kentucky in a statewide referendum held in November.
Feeder cattle rally nearly 2% and lean hog contracts finish lower.