Increased slaughter of cows and heifers in 2019 means fewer feeder cattle in 2020, leading analysts to project an uptick in prices for all classes in 2020.
By the numbers, cattle producers with summer stockers and cow-calf operations should be experiencing a bit less stress about the market this year.
The cattle markets are on a slight decline, but it's still better than last year.
Wendy's says higher beef costs are eating into its profit.
The cash feeder cattle market has cooled considerably the past month and a half as has the futures market.
In less than a month feedlot cowboys from across the country will be gathering in Wichita, Kan. to learn about best management practices and animal welfare.
Register by Sept. 30 to secure a place at the educational event.
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