The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has lowered its expectations for meat production in most categories. But according to a story from Stephanie Ho, USDA is forecasting higher prices across all meat categories this year.
USDA’s first forecasts for the 2020 marketing year reveals increases in both production and price for meat and dairy producers. Rod Bain reports.
New numbers from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) shows meat production is down slightly in most categories, while milk production is forecast to increase this year, compared to last year. Stephanie Ho has the story.
What were some of the reasons behind changes in USDA’s latest outlooks for meat production and prices? Rod Bain has a story that answers that question. World Agricultural Outlook Board Chair Seth Meyer discusses USDA’s latest look at dairy production and price estimates.
With perhaps one exception, USDA expects to see increases in U.S. meat production, price and trade next year. Rod Bain has the details. A Rise in Meat Production, Price and Trade in 2019
There are modest changes in USDA’s latest forecast for meat production. Stephanie Ho has the story. Slight Changes in Meat Production Forecasts-1 And when it comes to prices, USDA Chief Economist Rob Johansson says beef cattle and hog prices are higher compared with last month. Slight Changes in Meat Production Forecasts-2
Beef production estimates are among the highlights in USDA’s April forecasts for meat. Rod Bain has the details.
Red meat production in the United Stated totaled 4.4 billion pounds last month, up three percent from December of 2015, according to The Department of Agriculture.
Everett Griner talks about making meat production more costly in today’s Agri View.