LATEST NEWS FROM Fed Cattle

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15:56PM Sep 20, 2019

Cattle Markets Trend Higher Last Week Of Summer

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director
Stocker and feeder cattle prices were $2 to $7 higher at auction across the nation. Abundant forage conditions has left ranchers in no hurry to sell cattle.
14:14PM Sep 20, 2019

Cattle on Feed Down 1%, Placements Decline 9%

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director
U.S. cattle on feed Sept. 1, 2019, were estimated at 11.0 million head, down 1% from a year ago, USDA reports.
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14:11PM Sep 16, 2019

Stopping The Cash Backslide

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director
The $1 threshold seemed to be a sticking point for cattle feeders last week, and many held firm on Friday which could prove to give cash prices a needed boost.
10:46AM Sep 16, 2019

Growing Demand In China Dominates Global Beef Trade

The rapid growth in Chinese beef imports has dramatically altered global beef flows with several countries now exporting a significant share of total exports to China.
10:01AM Sep 16, 2019

Fire At Cargill’s Ford County Beef Plant

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director
A fire Friday afternoon at Cargill's Doge City, Kan., facility was quickly extinguished and damage to the plant was minimal and no impact on operations is expected.
14:35PM Sep 11, 2019

CAB Insider: September Setback, Seasonal?

Paul Dykstra
AgWeb Contributor
Seasonality and the conclusion of the Labor Day holiday were easy indicators that the market would be weaker in both the live cattle and boxed beef segments.
09:16AM Aug 31, 2019

Packers Maintain Leverage, Fed Cattle Lower

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director
Cash fed cattle traded at lower prices ahead of the Labor Day weekend, while steer and heifer calves sold steady to higher at auctions.