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COVID-19, freeze risks, USDA report and government influence on agriculture are all weighing on the markets this week.
Jerry Gulke: Is Government-Induced Supply Control In Our Future?

COVID-19, freeze risks, USDA report and government influence on agriculture are all weighing on the markets this week.

6 months ago
Feedlot Producer: Cattle Industry Has Never Been As Bad As Now

CoBank estimates meat supplies at grocery stores could shrink nearly 30% by Memorial Day, leading to prices rising by as much as 20%. Some cattle producers say they are barely hanging on due to futures prices.  

7 months ago
Box Beef Hitting Highs, Cattle Income Remains Low

The latest shock to the industry is the daily boxed beef price. On Thursday, it hit a record of $364.62. That is a jump of $30 over Wednesday, a two-thirds increase from the lows in February.

7 months ago
Fed’s Announcement Not Showing Much Impact to Livestock Markets

Fears of the coronavirus continue to haunt the stock market despite the Federal Reserve’s efforts to calm it. Live cattle prices have dropped to numbers producers and traders haven’t seen in nearly a decade.

8 months ago
AgDay Journeys to Indiana Sale Barn for Feeder Cattle Auction

AgDay visited a feeder cattle auction at the Shipshewana Trading Place in Shipshewana, Indiana to find out what prices were like there to kick off 2020.

9 months ago
Crop and Cattle Market Foresight

Dive into the headwinds and tailwinds for the four major crops so you can smartly plan your 2020 production and marketing decisions.

10 months ago
Market Stabilizes After Tyson Fire

How a single packing plant fire shook up the cattle markets.

1 year ago
Will the Hog Market Respond To China Buys?

China has been buying a lot of U.S. pork recently. Yet, the hog market may not see as big of a boost as what producers want with the news. Tyne Morgan discusses why, in this AgDay analysis.

1 year ago