Ongoing challenges faced by those in every sector of the cattle business increases the need to find folks qualified, willing and able to take care of cattle. Here's why you should be that person as their veterinarian.
U.S. beef exports continue to show signs of resurgence, according to the U.S. Meat Export Federation. Compared to a year earlier, beef export volume increased 8% in July. It was up 4% for the year at that point. For January through July, export value per head of fed slaughter was $251.82.
Yearling cattle continued to sell at steady to firm prices this week, according to the Agricultural Marketing Service. Calves, on the other hand, traded steady to $5 per cwt lower as the increasing volume of the new-crop variety enables buyers to get choosier.