The year started bright for the 5-Area Accumulated Average Cattle Price, which jumped this week nearly $11 to hit $134.04.
Prices of both corn and soybeans should be well supported until rationing has been confirmed.
Meaningful change isn’t accomplished overnight. More often, it happens slowly by chipping away piece by piece until something new suddenly takes shape.
Thirty of the nation's best beef industry youth spokespersons competed.
Coming off the holiday, retail beef demand drops and futures were lower, but fed cattle prices were higher last week.
Weekly Export Inspections Report highlights.
Feedlot owners unexpectedly increased the number of cattle added to their herds in March as a drop in corn costs improved prospects for an end to operating losses.
Use the following Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, courtesy of Ken Rulon, to plug in your costs to compare conventional tillage and no-till.