Apr 16, 2014
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Profit Tracker: Beef, Pork Margins Softer

Profit margins for both beef and pork producers fell slightly again last week, yet both sectors remain solidly profitable.  MORE>

Cattle Outlook: Exports, Futures Hold Strong

Exports continue to 'beef' up a record cattle market. MORE>

USDA: Cattle Market Topping Out?

Corbitt Wall with USDA Market News gives the Weekly Feeder and Stocker Weekly Summary for the week ending April 11. MORE>

4 Tips to Prepare the Herd for Spring and Summer Grazing

Proactive fly control, water access and a supplementation program can help promote consistent cow performance through spring and summer. MORE>

Beef Prices Reach Highest Level Since 1987

A rebuilding cattle herd and foreign demand have taken the beef industry to prices not seen since 1987. MORE>

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