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Cattle futures lower ahead of On Feed report
Cattle futures lower ahead of On Feed report

At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, live and feeder cattle were lower ahead of widespread direct business and Friday’s On Feed report. June live cattle closed $.65 lower at $183.52 and August live cattle closed $.60 lower at $181.07. August feeder cattle closed $1.45 lower at $261.45 and September...

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Protecting Cattle From Summer Heat
Protecting Cattle From Summer Heat

As daily temperatures begin to increase, foreshadowing the prolonged hot weather and heat stress events of the summer, now is the time to prepare facilities to protect cattle from the summer heat. The incoming heat can negatively affect animal growth performance, fertility, and animal welfare, but ...

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Save on Beef Cattle Short Course registration with TFB benefit
Save on Beef Cattle Short Course registration with TFB benefit

Texas Farm Bureau (TFB) members can learn about all things beef-related at the 70th Annual Texas A&M Beef Cattle Short Course and save on the registration fee using their TFB member benefits. The short course, which is set for Aug. 5-7 in College Station, is the largest beef cattle educational even...

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Demand strengthening pork, hog prices
Demand strengthening pork, hog prices

It appears the U.S. pork sector has steadied compared to a year ago, due to stable consumer pork demand. According to the USDA Economic Research Service Livestock, Dairy, and Poultry Outlook for May 2024, January–April hog prices increased 6.3%, year-over-year, and the value of the wholesale pork ca...

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Focus on Seasonal Beef Demand
Focus on Seasonal Beef Demand

May heralds the beginning of grilling season in the U.S. The focus of beef and cattle markets turning to whether and how much of a kick beef prices might see thanks to this seasonal boost in demand. I do not expect a huge bump in prices for two reasons. First, supply has been strong this spring. Be...

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Paraguay espera informe de auditoría para permitir exportaciones de carne bovina rumbo a México
Paraguay espera informe de auditoría para permitir exportaciones de carne bovina rumbo a México

El Servicio Nacional de Calidad y Salud Animal (Senacsa) informó de la conclusión de la auditoría técnica de México, con el propósito de obtener la habilitación de exportación de la carne bovina paraguaya a dicho mercado. En 60 días se tendría el informe final. “El Senacsa recibirá el informe de au...

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Cattle futures up waiting on direct business
Cattle futures up waiting on direct business

At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, live and feeder cattle were up ahead of widespread direct business and Friday’s USDA cattle on feed report. June live cattle closed $1.20 higher at $184.17 and August live cattle closed $1.25 higher at $181.67 and August feeder cattle closed $3.07 higher at $262....

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Pork producers applaud proposed House Prop 12 fix
Pork producers applaud proposed House Prop 12 fix

The CEO of the National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) says he’s pleased with the House Ag Committee’s farm bill proposal. Bryan Humphreys tells Brownfield… “Fully funding what we refer to at the National Pork Producers Council as the three legged stool of foreign animal disease prevention and prep...

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Meat prices continue to rise as we near time for summer cookouts
Meat prices continue to rise as we near time for summer cookouts

Whether it's cows costing more, fewer cows in the fields, higher cost of meat processing, or all of the above, meat prices are skyrocketing. Those soaring meat prices are making life more difficult for butchers, farmers and consumers. "Downfall is though, you know, finding animals, and finding y...

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USMEF sees demand potential in Central America and Africa
USMEF sees demand potential in Central America and Africa

The U.S. Meat Export Federation has received $21 million from the USDA to diversify export markets for U.S. ag goods. Dan Halstrom tells Brownfield the USDA’s new Regional Agricultural Promotion Program (RAPP) allows the USMEF to expand in several different markets. “We’re already seeing good, dra...

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