One of the speakers during the recent Cattle Industry Convention in New Orleans was CattleFax CEO Randy Blach. He talked with Southeast AgNet’s Randall Weiseman about weather, trade and prices, saying he looks for fed cattle prices to be virtually unchanged this year.
Some question if 2019’s expected increase in beef production will bring another decline in cattle prices. Gary Crawford has a story to help answer that question. Cattle Prices Could Actually Increase in 2019
We told you a couple of months ago that U.S. beef production could set a record this year. But as Gary Crawford reports, with beef production rising, beef cattle prices are doing the opposite. Beef Cattle Prices Lower than Expected
A USDA analyst says early signs are pointing to beef cattle prices being pushed lower this year. Gary Crawford has the story. Signs Point to Falling Cattle Prices in 2018
Cattle prices in Brazil are posting the biggest losses in a decade to start a year following this springs investigation into a meat inspection scandal. Bloomberg News reports that since the scandal, JBS SA, Brazil’s largest cattle buyer, is purchasing fewer cattle due to a financial squeeze on the company. Even worse, JBS no longer offers cash upon delivery of …
After seeing historically high cattle prices just a couple of years ago, they did of course drop but have seemed to level out some over the past few months. Sarah Calhoun, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association manager of government affairs, discusses the volatility the industry has recently experienced in the cattle markets.
Cattle prices are currently running ahead of last year at this time, but according to a report from Gary Crawford, USDA’s latest look at feedlot activity suggests that could change as the year goes on.
While cattle market prices have seen their ups and downs over the past couple of years, producers may be able to see something this year that’s a bit different. One of the speakers during last week’s Alabama Cattlemen’s Association Convention was CattleFax CEO Randy Blach. And he told producers they should see a market this year that’s not quite so …