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As we move into the fall, we will likely see higher fed and feeder cattle prices as the incredibly light placements from this spring become slaughter ready.
Congress is looking at ways to make our food system more resilient for farmers and ranchers and for consumers
USDA’s Risk Management Agency announced changes to the Livestock Risk Protection insurance program for swine, fed cattle and feeder cattle
The widespread closures at the retail level are impacting consumer demand and purchasing patterns in ways that agriculture has never experienced
The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Utah has provided some strategies to implement when faced with these circumstances that can help minimize forage deficiencies, if you plan ahead.
Launched by the Utah Farm Bureau in early May with the two-fold goal of helping sustain farmers and ranchers impacted by COVID-19 and providing food and donations to Utah families in need, Farmers Feeding Utah.
Major upheaval in U.S. cattle markets has increased attention on the growing gap between high beef prices and low cattle prices
The global pandemic has injected never-before-seen uncertainty into the animal protein markets.
Extreme volatility in livestock markets is raising red flags across the country
Due to the social distancing mandates, many on site bull sales have been cancelled or modified to be strictly internet based auctions. While not ideal, this process still provides tools and information to continue to make genetic progress forr beef herds