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Oct 19, 2015
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Pasture to Pounds: Using Rumensin in growing cattle

Beef cows, stockers and replacement heifers can all benefit from improved efficiency with Rumensin, the only ionophore approved for use in beef cows....More
Wes Ismael
Oct 17, 2015
audio

Cattle Market Weekly Audio Report for Saturday, Oct. 17, 2015

Cattle prices continued to rally higher for the second consecutive week, led by cattle futures retracing some of the recent losses, as well as continuing gains in wholesale beef values. Feeder calves traded $10-$20 per cwt higher this week with instances of $25 higher....More
Oct 14, 2015
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Meat Market Update | Cutout continues decline, volume improves

The Comprehensive Choice Cutout continued to decline and we are definitely following last year's late summer plunge, but at least the volume of sales is starting to improve....More
Wes Ishmael
Oct 9, 2015
audio

Cattle Market Weekly Audio Report for Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015

Cash calf and feeder prices finally took a step higher this week—from mid-week onward—with calves trading firm to $5 per cwt higher (instances of $10 higher) and yearlings bringing $3-$10 more. It seems too early to determine if a change in the market has found its bearings. The sharp move higher in cattle futures came without any positive news in the cattle markets....More
weekly cattle market outlook
Oct 8, 2015
audio

Weekly Cattle Market Wrap-Up | Cautious sellers keep volume low

The feeder cattle market receipts improved a little as the fall run picks up, but volume was slow to improve as sellers remain cautious. The bulk of the prices were $4-$5 lower except at Wednesday auctions, which improved quite a bit on the heels of the CME rally....More
Oct 8, 2015
video

Meat Market Update | Market plunge continues

Thus far this year, the cutout has dropped about $29 since the last week of August and around $47 since the week before Memorial Day. We are definitely following last year's late summer plunge, but at a much lower level....More

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