Most of 2014 saw record high prices, but the downward trend in the beef and cattle markets looks like it could carry into the New Year.
A new Iowa State University Extension and Outreach publication provides information on understanding and controlling parasites in grazing cattle.
Fall calf prices show no sign of slowing down.
SDSU Extension teams up with the South Dakota Cattlemen's Association - Cattle Feeder Council to host a feedlot tour July 14, 2015.
Cash fed cattle prices eclipsed last week’s all-time record by posting gains of $3 to $4 per hundredweight this week.
It was a devastating week for cattle feeders. Margins dropped with a thud – another $107 per head – with total average losses now at $270 per animal.
Meaningful change isn’t accomplished overnight. More often, it happens slowly by chipping away piece by piece until something new suddenly takes shape.