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"One of my favorite parts of this trip thus far has been meeting complete strangers and learning about their lives," says Jenny Schweigert.
Keeping Ag Real Tour 2018: Hay Fields of Colorado

The great states of Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado and Wyoming haven’t disappointed. The adventure thus far, has provided our boys opportunity to learn about cow-calf operations, large-scale hay and Colorado agriculture.

AC/DC’s song “Thunderstruck” was released in 1990 on their “The Razor’s Edge” album.
Peterson Farm Brothers New Video: “Tractorstuck”

“Tractorstuck” is the latest parody video from the Peterson Farm Brothers, set to the AC/DC classic “Thunderstruck.”

Europe Cattle Flies
Analyst: Cattle Market "Overbought" and on "Last Leg"

There was some red during the trading day on Tuesday, but in general the cattle markets have remained strong since Oct. 23. 

Are Cattle Prices Running Out of Steam? Views are Mixed

As grain prices remain fairly stagnant, momentum is gaining in the cattle complex. Cattle futures at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) are on fire this week after hitting contract highs. It’s the livestock sector carrying agriculture’s balance sheet the latter half of 2017 -  a trend that could continue to wrap up the year.

Gulke: Markets Disappoint Despite Trump's EPA Reversal

What should have been good news for the grain and oilseed markets ended up having the opposite effect as we ended the week down, sharply down some cases says Jerry Gulke, president of the Gulke Group. 

Cattle Markets Post A Rally

Prices were higher for all classes of cattle for the week ended Oct. 13, with cash fed cattle trading at $111 per cwt., $2 higher. Cattle sold on a dressed basis at $175 per cwt., $2 to $3 higher.  

Remove Guesswork from Feed Buying

Buying grain to feed livestock can be expensive, but there are ways to protect your risk and reduce market volatility. 

Can Cattle Futures Find a Floor?

Following two days of falling cattle futures prices, Joe Vaclavik, president of Standard Grain, is calling the market moves a knee-jerk reaction to the latest Cattle on Feed report from the USDA.