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Are corn and beans forming a bottom?
Cattle fail at resistance
Cash cattle prices declined $2 per cwt. last week while the beef cutout dipped $3 per cwt., contributing to lower industry margins.
Can soybean get follow through from yesterday's rally?
Producers impacted by wildfires and hurricanes in 2017 are eligible for monetary assistance to rebuild and recover on their farms through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA).
Can cattle break out?
Oliver Sloup shares his thoughts of the grain and livestock markets on RFD-TV.
Consumer Reports survey indicates consumers want clear labels identifying meat produced in the lab from cultured animal cells.
Warmer than normal temperatures dominated the Midwest last week, and despite some thunderstorm in the High Plains, drought conditions have intensified. Cattlemen are culling herds and dipping into hay supplies.
The addition of the two Cattle Empire yards boosts Friona Industries to the nation's second-largest cattle feeding entity.
What to look for in the coming week.
Society’s understanding of both meat and cowboys is in rapid decline. This week provided two utterly forehead-slapping examples.
The Impossible Burger, a plant-based burger, is being served on Air New Zealand and it has caused an outcry from politicians and beef producers.
All eyes turn back to weather and trade
Cattle finish higher!
Four mega-companies have formed a splinter group that will lobby Congress and champion foods and attributes they determine are “sustainable” and “healthy.” If that gives you pause, it should.
Did today's USDA report mark a bottom in the market.
Here in New Zealand, we did not participate in the GE Gene Revolution. Farmers like me see an advantage in making sure that we do not miss the next one.
Will the USDA report spark a rally?
Ranchers in Oklahoma are getting more relief following wildfires that killed an estimated 1,500 cattle.