Buy dips, sell rips
A new bill proposed by a group of Senators is gaining praise from cattlemen and truckers as a fix for the hours of service and Electronic Logging Device (ELD) rules.
What to expect from tomorrows Cattle on Feed report
While food companies are currently focused on millennials – because they currently have the buying power – Generation Z is looming on the not so distant horizon.
A record amount of beef is on the way to consumers ahead of the start of summer grilling season.
Oliver Sloup breaks down the ag markets in his weekly 2 Minute Drill
The negotiations with China are complicated and involve a lot of moving parts. Everything could change tomorrow.
Grain markets continue higher
Cattle surge higher
Livestock haulers may get some relief from transportation rules if a bill proposed by a bipartisan group of Senators moves forward in Congress.
A recent study says pesticide levels in organically grown foods is equal to conventionally grown foods. Yes, consumers are paying more for organic foods that still use pesticides. But that won't change their minds.
Are grains due for a pullback?
Cash cattle lower this week?
Packer margins have grown to exceptionally high levels in recent weeks, while feedyard profits have eroded.
The owner of Amazon.com is worth an estimated $130 billion and he attributes his work ethic and resourcefulness to spending summers helping his grandpa on the family ranch.
How far can grains rally?
Especially in times of drought or emergency feeding, producers have to consider which is more efficient to feed the herd: drylot feeding or hauling purchased forage.
As the market continues to decline into the teens and breakevens dipping into the red, the feeder will have some tough marketing decisions to make over the next few weeks.
Fade the rally in cattle?
Making sure that beef is has a seat at trade negotiations tables has been a focus of the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA), along with labeling of “fake meat.”