Undoubtedly, 2019 was an important year, but there are 6 key takeaways that should provide some direction heading into the New Year.
There are several options to market your calves. Selling right after weaning is one but is that the best choice as far as return on investment? Or is backgrounding the answer? How about retained ownership? All of these questions are best answered...
Most commercial producers answering BEEF’s survey paid $2,500-$5,000 for bulls purchased in the last three years.
2020 Cattle and Beef Outlook.
What has more impact on the bottom line? Selling calves 10% lighter than expected, pregnancy rate declining by 10%, prices declining 10%, feed costs increasing by 10% or total expenses increasing by 10%?
What are the marketing analysis for 2019 calves? Harlan breaks down the numbers.
If herd growth is over, how many cows will leave the business? That and more awaits you in this week’s Trending Headlines.