Whey protein concentrate and lactose prices have been rising since the start of the year due to depressed production
If Russian embargo ends, prices could jump significantly.
JBS SA may have become too cheap to ignore. That’s what at least five of the analysts that cover the company said in the last couple of weeks, saying the shares of the world’s largest meat producer were undervalued after falling to the lowest level since 2014 in late January.
The CME Group has proposed a number of recent changes in an effort to resolve instability seen in cattle markets. National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) officials say the moves aren’t addressing the problem areas and more communication is needed between the organizations.
Beef exports were below year-ago levels in December and posted the first full-year value decline since 2009.
Steer by-product values continue to drift lower in 2016.
The questions you ask are sometimes more important than the answers they bring. That’s because even though hindsight is 20/20, those revelations sometimes come too late to bring about effective change.
Changes are being made to the livestock futures markets in an effort to limit volatile conditions and there is hope it will lead to enhanced markets.
Demand factors such as lower livestock production and global economic recession could keep a lid on the corn market, experts say.
You might get fewer dollars for your calves next year, but 2016 will still offer good profits for most ranchers.
The editors at AgWeb.com are taking a look at experts’ projections for a variety of commodities in 2016 to help you succeed and be profitable in the coming year.
Small grains such as sorghum, barley and oats cobble together a few million acres each year. Will growing these crops be profitable in 2016?
A record world supply and strong U.S. dollar are leaving analysts pessimistic about the wheat market for 2016.
Keep your herd healthy and your feed costs low, and chances are that you'll do OK in 2016. Here are seven market movers to watch.
When will the turn-around occur? Dairy market experts offer their predictions.
Overall hay carryover into 2016 will be up, but the majority of that hay is middle to lower quality.
When the crop market outlook isn’t too shiny, sometimes a farmer is forced to pick the best pig in the pen.