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This is what we are looking for in the ag sector to roundout the week.
Two major wildfires in Oklahoma have been contained after killing two people and at least 1,500 cattle while burning almost 350,000 acres. Now producers are trying to pick up the pieces and there are ways to help.
The latest advance is upon us and it promises to benefit the next generation and beyond in ways we can scarcely imagine.
Can grains continue to rally?
Will cattle breakout?
If you’re busy planting corn or calving cows this week, rejoice. The end of those chores is near. Scientists, entrepreneurs, and activists are building an animal-free food system.
Corn looks poised for a bigger move higher.
Cattle futures fail at 106 again; what's next?
Death loss projections from Oklahoma's wildfires are lower than last year's Starbuck Fire that impacted the same region, but anywhere from 1,500-2,500 cattle could have died estimates a state veterinarian.
Americans say they care more about animal welfare than children’s education and hunger.
Feedyard closeouts revealed profits of $92 per head last week after two weeks of losses.
What's next for grain prices?
Can cattle futures extend their rally?
Much needed rain helps nearly extinguish wildfires in Oklahoma.
Max, a 17-year-old blue heeler, is credited with saving a toddler's life after the little girl went missing in the mountains.
This week should show us how willing the packers are to pull May contracts.
Is it time to buy grains?
Will cattle futures rally this week?
Cash fed cattle prices rallied $2 to $4 per cwt.
The Cattle on Feed report has been on a continual increasing trend since December 2016 and the current April inventory is the highest for the month in 12 years.