For years, cow-calf and stocker operators have asked, “what do buyers value the most when trying to fill orders for a client?” Now we have a look into the mind of buyers and it might surprise you.
There are some viable pricing opportunities now for at least part of the feeder cattle mix to be marketed next spring.
Late treatment and lack of treatment for lameness has serious consequences. But that can be improved.
There’s a little of something for everyone—bulls and bears alike—to focus on in the September Cattle on Feed report.
There’s been a slight reduction in the amount of Choice beef produced and a slight increase in Select. But there’s still plenty of Choice and Prime beef in the market pipeline.
Want to top the sale for your weaned calves at the auction barn this fall? Do these things to instill confidence and provide assurance to bidders in the stands.
Large research study on the most popular additional treatments for BRD-affected cattle shows no benefits.
The beef business is changing. Those who keep up and adapt accordingly have a greater opportunity for success. That and more awaits you in this week’s Trending Headlines.
Want to get the highest bid for your weaned calves on sale day? Start with verifying their vaccination and precondition status with your veterinarian.
Beef production is estimated to plateau at 28.32 billion pounds in 2021, then decline to 28.01 billion in 2023. What does this increase in volume mean for prices?