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Jun 11, 2015

Weekly Cattle Market Wrap-Up | Tough week for cow slaughter, feeder cattle market volume higher

The feeder cattle market was primarily steady to 4 higher with a very big run at the test auctions. In fact there were 42,000 head sold compared to 33,000 head the previous week and only 25,000 head last year....More
Jun 4, 2015

Meat Market Update | Rib and loin lead price decline

Steak meats from the Choice rib and loin, which pushed the cutout higher during the last month ahead of the big grilling holiday, are really starting to fall in price. The Daily Choice loin prices are leading the plunge downward....More
May 28, 2015
Feeder Focus

FEEDER FOCUS: Managing health at the feedyard

Brad Williams, D.V.M. and Elanco Technical Consultant, talks about the role of vaccines and their importance to a producer's health management plan for stronger animals and a better bottom line....More
May 28, 2015
Elanco Animal Health

FEEDER FOCUS: Providing ENOUGH beef to meet global demand

Todd Armstrong, Senior Director of U.S. Beef Operations at Elanco, shares Elanco’s vision for a food secure world, findings from a recent beef analysis and how you can get involved in the ENOUGH movement....More
May 28, 2015

Meat Market Update | Rib and loin continue to carry cutout

The situation is basically the same as last week and the tremendous rally in the Choice rib and loin has carried the cutout higher due to holiday demand for steak meat....More
May 26, 2015
Pasture To Pounds

PASTURE TO POUNDS: Building cattle health

Brad Williams, D.V.M., MBA, Elanco Technical Consultant, talks about the role of vaccines in building cattle health and the importance of getting cattle started off right....More
Wes Ishmael
May 22, 2015

Cattle Market Weekly Audio Report for Saturday, May 23, 2015

For the week leading up to Memorial Day weekend, yearlings traded fully steady to $3 per cwt higher, according to the Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) on Friday, with most of the advance on cattle heavier than 800 pounds. Where tested, calves sold steady with instances of $5 higher....More

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