Brad Hulett

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Markey-Alley Brad Hulett Consolidated Beef
Oct 21, 2019

Cash Cattle Market Steps Back

Cash cattle markets backed up last week from a steady upward movement due to a boiler explosion, and the three days of unexpected downtime at Cargill’s Dodge City plant.
Markey-Alley Brad Hulett Consolidated Beef
Oct 15, 2019

Cash Cattle Slow But Steady

Cattle feeders continue to take advantage of the advancing cash market, with higher sales in all regions last week.
Markey-Alley Brad Hulett Consolidated Beef
Oct 07, 2019

Cash Market Stays On Track

The upward trend in cash cattle could continue through the holiday rib demand, with Choice product being in short supply.
Markey-Alley Brad Hulett Consolidated Beef
Sep 09, 2019

Hits Keep Coming to Cash Market

The lack of aggressive trade was noticed mostly in the south where cash trade could not get any higher than $1.00 last week.
Markey-Alley Brad Hulett Consolidated Beef
Sep 03, 2019

Over-Committed Supply Becomes A Burden

If anything good comes from the Tyson fire, maybe it will be that everyone will realize the burden of our over-committed fed cattle supply.
Markey-Alley Brad Hulett Consolidated Beef
Aug 26, 2019

Lower Board Hinders Cash Rally

Poor performance from CME futures on Friday limited what cattle feeders could gain back on the cash market from the declines over the last few weeks.
Markey-Alley Brad Hulett Consolidated Beef
Aug 19, 2019

Market Brings What Most Expected

Packers were hesitant to offer a bid on cattle early last week, and after a $5 decline, feeders still have many unanswered questions about the impact of harvest capacity.
Markey-Alley Brad Hulett Consolidated Beef
Aug 12, 2019

Where Does The Market Go After Tyson Fire?

Packer participation in the cattle market was an issue even before Friday night's fire at Tyson's Holcomb, Kan., beef packing facility.
Markey-Alley Brad Hulett Consolidated Beef
Jul 29, 2019

Perseverance Pays Off

Cattle feeders’ perseverance paid dividends as they held out for steady to higher cash trade in all feeding regions.