CUBA, Mo. — With 5 million heifers added to U.S. beef cow herd, Missourians must raise quality beef to compete, says a University of Missouri Extension specialist.
Quality beef attracts buyers, Dave Patterson told producers at a forage and beef… Continue reading
By: Terri Queck-Matzie
Expect the unexpected is the word from Dr. Nevil Speer, Vice president, U.S. Operations with AgriClear.
“Volatility is really the key,” says Speer, who highlighted the message at the Iowa Cattlemen’s Association annual convention in Des Moines.… Continue reading
The North Dakota State University Extension Service has released its short- and
long-term agricultural planning price projections for North Dakota, says Ron
Haugen, Extension farm economist.
The publication shows 2016 price projections for crops and livestock produced in
the state… Continue reading
URBANA, Ill. – The latest USDA cattle report shows a rapid expansion is underway with cattle and calf numbers up 3 percent and beef cow numbers up 4 percent in the past year. According to Purdue University Extension economist Chris… Continue reading
COLUMBIA, Mo. – As risk managers, cattle producers lag behind corn growers. That is, if a show of hands by producers means anything.
At extension meetings, Scott Brown, University of Missouri economist, asks beef producers if they think cattle prices… Continue reading
By: David P. Anderson, Professor and Extension Economist, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service
Dry Conditions Add to Price Decline
After a wet first half of the year dry conditions have returned in much of Texas. The latest drought monitor… Continue reading