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Top News & Blogs for the week ending June 15th, 2024
Top News & Blogs for the week ending June 15th, 2024

Welcome to our Weekly Newsletter! In this space, we'll keep you up to date with the most relevant News and interesting Blogs. We'll explore a wide range of topics that have captured the attention of the online community. Row Crops Rally, Despite the Collapse in Wheat: Cattle Anticipate Higher Cas...

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How valuable is time to a cattle producer?
How valuable is time to a cattle producer?

Summer schedule is up to full song for my family. Our daughter is busy playing basketball and working some summer jobs. Compared to what I earned when I was a teenager, I am amazed at how much money she is making at these jobs. What she earns in one hour took me four or more hours to earn. Here’s th...

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National feeder and stocker cattle report
National feeder and stocker cattle report

Compared to last week, Feeder Steers sold 1.00 to 6.00 higher with an exception of the Southeast region selling 3.00 to 4.00 lower. Feeder Heifers sold even: 5.00 lower to 5.00 higher. Demand was moderate to good. In Missouri, Reporters noted that as the hotter weather moves in, buyers are becoming...

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EU pork industry faces 'nightmare' if China restricts imports
EU pork industry faces 'nightmare' if China restricts imports

Europe's pork industry faces a "nightmare scenario" of lower prices and falling profitability if China restricts imports from the region, industry executives and analysts said on Friday. Chinese firms have asked for an anti-dumping probe into pork imports from the European Union, state-backed Chines...

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China bans meat exports from U.S. West Coast facility
China bans meat exports from U.S. West Coast facility

China has banned meat exports from a West Coast cold storage facility near the Port of Oakland after traces of the feed additive ractopamine were found in beef shipments. The Food Safety and Inspection Service said that Chinese customs workers detected the feed additive that’s banned by more than 15...

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China's Li signals demand for New Zealand dairy and meat
China's Li signals demand for New Zealand dairy and meat

There is a growing demand in China for high-quality dairy, beef and lamb products from New Zealand, Reuters reported, citing Premier Li Qiang on Friday, the second day of his trip to the Pacific island nation. Li's trip to the region, which also includes a four-day stopover in Australia starting on...

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Rather than mooove beef, a new cattle processor in Sevier County can keep it local
Rather than mooove beef, a new cattle processor in Sevier County can keep it local

Utah is home to 335,000 beef cattle, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. But for the state's thousands of cattle ranchers, there haven’t been many local avenues for getting their beef to market. Instead, ranchers often send their livestock as far away as California or Texas to be proce...

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Lean hog futures retreat
Lean hog futures retreat

Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) lean hog futures backpedaled on Thursday from a one-week high reached during the previous session, while live cattle futures strengthened, reported Reuters. Hog futures eased after wholesale US pork prices pulled back from a jump on Tuesday. The US Department of ...

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Sweaty cattle may boost food security in a warming world
Sweaty cattle may boost food security in a warming world

Sweaty cows may not sound like the most exciting company, but in a warming world, researchers can’t get enough of them. When cattle are too hot, they tend to stop eating, said Raluca Mateescu, University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) professor in the department of...

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Live cattle close higher watching direct business develop
Live cattle close higher watching direct business develop

At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, live cattle were up, and feeders were mixed watching direct business develop. August live cattle closed $1.17 higher at $179.50 and October lives closed $.65 higher at $181.70. August feeders closed $.10 lower at $257.47 and September feeders closed $.17 lower a...

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