The World Trade Organization has given Canada and Mexico a green light to impose tariffs on U.S. products they import.
A meat company based in Nebraska is recalling 167,427 pounds of ground beef that might be tainted with E. coli bacteria.
Cattle and hogs prices both moved higher last week and both enterprises posted profits on closeouts for the first time in several months.
Beef producers can go antibiotic free and some consumers are willing to pay for it.
By the numbers, cattle producers with summer stockers and cow-calf operations should be experiencing a bit less stress about the market this year.
This month's cattle on feed report noted 2.6% more cattle in 1,000 head capacity feedlots than last August 1.
Cattle feeding margins declined $45 per head last week, leaving average per head losses at more than $77.
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