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Cattle Outlook: Fed cattle sales extremely light again

U.S. beef exports were up 3.2% in February compared to a year ago thanks to increased shipments to Japan, Mexico and Hong Kong. Imports of beef into the U.S. were down 2.0% in February with less beef coming in from Brazil, Uruguay, and Mexico. During February, beef exports equaled 10.22% of production and imports equaled 9.56% of production. FULL STORY »

Meat, poultry groups urge Obama to hold strong in TPP talks

As President Obama’s state visit to Japan approaches, the pending Trans-Pacific Partnership is top of mind for many in the agricultural sector, including five meat and poultry organizations that sent a letter to the White House thanking the administration for the “strong stance” it’s taken in TPP negotiations with regard to eliminating tariffs on agricultural products. FULL STORY »

Cooperia study suggests shift in parasite-control priorities

New parasite enemy number 1 has negative impact on production and profits FULL STORY »

Making recommendations on climate change mitigation

The latest assessment of global climate change is out and scientists from around the world have recommended changes including some in agriculture, forestry and other land use designed to mitigate their effects on climate change. FULL STORY »

Do steers or heifers produce better beef?

Quality characteristics, tenderness and value of beef are similar from steers and heifers. FULL STORY »

Strong U.S. crude oil production growth forecast through 2015

Strong growth in U.S. crude oil production, primarily attributable to growing volumes of light crude oil produced from onshore tight oil formations, has reshaped global oil markets in recent years. FULL STORY »

13th annual Animal Ag Summit "Cracking the Millennial Code"

Menu analysts, trend spotters, brand strategists and researchers will comprise a panel on food trends at the upcoming 13th annual Stakeholders Summit, the Animal Agriculture Alliance announced. FULL STORY »

Forage Focus: Grass tetany, causes and prevention

Grass growth is starting and one potential problem that can be encountered early in the grazing season by livestock is grass tetany, sometimes called grass staggers. Grass tetany is caused by a low blood magnesium level in the affected animal. FULL STORY »

Corn procurement strategies for cattle feeders

Last fall's record-large 13.925 billion bushel corn crop drove prices down and helped restore profitability and optimism to the cattle feeding sector at the beginning of the year. FULL STORY »

Just in time for Easter: Rabbit pizza

Tis the season, apparently, for wacky seasonal food items. This week we saw the KFC chicken drumstick prom corsage, and a new Häagen-Dazs smartphone app that helps you consume your ice cream at just the right degree of meltage. And now, from New Zealand, rabbit pizza, promoted via a truly eye-catching billboard sure to annoy the vegans and animal-rights activists. FULL STORY »

Pressure builds on cattle prices

With boxed beef prices down sharply from the second rollercoaster high of the year, fed cattle prices may have peaked seasonally. Fed prices are currently holding mostly steady near $150/cwt. FULL STORY »

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