Auction prices for calves were called steady to $5 lower by AMS, while yearling cattle traded steady to $3 lower.
For the fifth straight month a record for Cattle on Feed was eclipsed after an increase of 5.2% since Oct. 1, 2017.
A case of “classical” Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) has left a Scottish farmer devastated and could change the BSE risk status for Scotland, potentially impacting trade.
While the popularity of plant-based proteins is certainly growing, data shows that consumers are still choosing traditional sources of protein such as meat, eggs and dairy as their primary source.
U.S. beef trade continued the impressive performance of recent months in the latest monthly trade data for August.
In this week's Drovers TV Report there is a case of brucellosis in Wyoming; proposed regulation changes for livestock haulers; and a Texas beef packer is facing financial troubles.
Winter wheat pasture availability is helping to keep demand high for select stocker cattle weights.