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Feb 5, 2014

Stocker Operators: Sharpen Your Pencils & Be Realistic

Dale Blasi spoke during the 2014 Cattlemen's College at the Cattle Industry Convention in Nashville, TN on the stocker outlook for the upcoming year....More
Feb 1, 2014

Cattle Market Weekly Audio Report for Saturday, Feb. 01, 2014

It wasn’t a free-fall but the wholesale beef market certainly made strides to return to normalcy following the price spike of recent weeks, which was spurred along by short-bought buyers and supply disruptions dues to winter weather. Choice boxed beef cutout value reached a record $240.05/cwt. January 22—it ballooned $40 in less than a month. On Jan. 31, it was $223.39, but still about $23 higher than when the new year began....More
Jan 30, 2014

Meat Market Update | Daily Choice Cutout Remains High, Out-Front Sales Drag Behind

The Daily Choice Cutout closed the week on Friday, Jan. 25 at $237.26, which was $5.55 higher than the previous week, with 543 loads sold for the week. This was about 9% of the total sales for the week. However, the week ending price was down from the mid-week high of $240....More
Jan 24, 2014

Meat Market Update | Daily Choice Cutout Sets New Records

The Daily Choice Cutout for Friday, Jan. 17 was $231.71, up $16.73 from the previous Friday. In fact, the Daily Choice Cutout set new records nearly everyday....More
Jan 18, 2014

SD Extension Vet Explains Long-Term Health Concerns After Atlas Blizzard

Russ Daly, Extension veterinarian with South Dakota State University, explains some of the longer-term implications of winter storm Atlas....More
Jan 17, 2014

Meat Market Update | January 11, 2014

Ed Czerwien, USDA Market News reporter in Amarillo, TX, provides us with the latest outlook on boxed beef prices and the weekly cattle trade. Find more cattle price news or bookmark our commodity price page for the minute-by-minute updates....More
Jan 17, 2014

Discussions Surrounding Antibiotic Resistance Can Not Be One-Sided

Richard Raymond discusses why the conversation surrounding antibiotic resistance must include everyone who has a stake in the issue, including animal agriculture, human medicine and consumer activists....More

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