The rib primal continues to pull the cutout higher. This is a somewhat seasonal trend, but it has started much earlier than it did 2017. In October 2018, the rib primal jumped $36.
The feedlot cattle trades were $3 to $4 higher, with big cash sales volume.
Some producers may be able to stock wheat pastures heavier this fall.
USDA and FDA hear comments regarding the safety and marketing of cell-based fake meat, as well as which agency will ultimately have regulatory control.
Calves and feeder cattle traded unevenly steady, amid the heaviest auction volume since last January.
Ed Czerwien, market analyst based in Amarillo, Texas, offers a concise summary of how last week's beef trade impacted the cattle market and beef prices.
More feeder cattle and slaughter cows came to town following two weeks of weather conditions that hindered movement.
While cash prices were steady, packers bought a lot of fed cattle with extra days.
There’s a little of something for everyone—bulls and bears alike—to focus on in the September Cattle on Feed report.