Cattle feeding margins jumped nearly $17 per head higher last week to average $196.50.
Meaningful change isn’t accomplished overnight. More often, it happens slowly by chipping away piece by piece until something new suddenly takes shape.
Lower priced gas and more people working is a good thing for beef producers.
In declining cattle markets, the question of “Should I fertilize?” is a subject of much debate.
The average price of fresh beef in grocery stores was a record $6.079 per pound during March. That was up 6.2 cents from the previous record set the month before.
USDA's May WASDE is predicting 4.7% more beef this year than last and 4.0% more beef in 2017 than this year.
Use the following Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, courtesy of Ken Rulon, to plug in your costs to compare conventional tillage and no-till.
U.S. beef exports opened the new year on a positive note, but market conditions suggest that 2014 could be a challenging year, according to statistics released by the USDA and compiled by USMEF, a contractor to the Beef Checkoff Program.