The barbeque season and preparations for the Memorial Day weekend are in full swing after a very cool spring in many areas. The lower numbers of out-front sales has ensured that more buyers have participated in the spot trade as they prepare for this first really big grilling holiday, which has supported prices in the daily cutout....More
Concerns about how consumers will react to the high retail price of beef continue to mount. But the torrid pace of beef demand in the first quarter of the year seems to dispel those worries. Check out this and more in this week’s Trending Headlines.
May is Beef Month, and it’s the perfect time to dust off the grill and enjoy supper outside on the porch with your family. Whether it’s steak kabobs, burgers, or ribeyes, the versatility of beef means there are plenty of ways for consumers to enjoy beef on a regular basis.
If you need any justification for all the stuff that’s accumulated in your shop, the barn, the shed and everyplace else, read on. Plus, learn about how more beef producers are jumping on the BQA bandwagon in this week’s trending headlines.
From avian influenza to the future direction of the beef business, this week’s headlines will keep you up-to-date on the important and interesting news that affects you.
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