The cattle markets are on a slight decline, but it's still better than last year.
There are several factors that continue to support the feeder cattle market.
The January cattle inventory survey said the U.S. herd has grown for the second consecutive year.
The cattle markets have hit the brakes a bit as the peak of grilling season arrives.
Both the fed cattle and beef cutout markets have taken a slight downturn, but things should turn around and head back towards record highs.
It is sometimes useful to use hindsight to make decisions for the current and future marketing time periods
Volatile cattle market sees a $5 to $7 increase for fed cattle.
Beef prices have yet to find a price ceiling this year as new records continued to be broken.