Cattle Outlook: Records breaking records

Cattle and beef prices continue to set new records, and not by small margins. This week both slaughter steer prices and beef carcass cutout values blew away last week's record highs. FULL STORY »

Good stockmanship has benefits

The ultimate goal of stockmen is to produce a safe, wholesome product to sell for a profit. FULL STORY »

Cattle Outlook: Record highs abound in the cattle industry

Both slaughter steer prices and beef carcass cutout values set new record highs this week. FULL STORY »

No snow days for cattle ranchers

No matter how harsh winter is, there are no snow days for cattle producers. FULL STORY »

Cattle industry has bright forecast, but corn could play spoiler

An AgriLife Extension Service economist says cow-calf producers can expect better prices this year than the high prices from last year, and even better numbers in 2015, unless next year’s corn crop gets in the way. FULL STORY »

Comparing livestock provisions in the proposed farm bills

Previous farm bills have provided language and funding for livestock producers facing abnormal mortality or grazing losses. FULL STORY »

The weather is cold but cattle and beef markets are hot

The holiday season is not typically a time when markets make dramatic moves. However, fed cattle prices going into Christmas were just over $130/cwt. and emerged from New Year’s at over $137/cwt. late last week. FULL STORY »

2013 wrap-up & look forward to 2014…

Tis the season for analysts to look back at the nearly completed calendar year and to engage in speculation regarding the forthcoming year. FULL STORY »

Herd rebuilding considerations for Oklahoma cattle producers

At this point is it is impossible to tell what conditions will be in 2014. While conditions are the best they have been in more than two years in some regions, drought conditions could redevelop. FULL STORY »

Extending the productive life of the stock cow

January 1, 2013 U.S. cow inventory totals documented a 60-year low in stock cow numbers, marking eight continuous years of reduction in the U.S. cowherd. Most analysts predict those totals to indicate further reductions when the January 1, 2014 report is unveiled. FULL STORY »

Reducing feed costs with winter grazing and rotation

Winter feed represents one of the largest costs for a livestock production enterprise. Grazing pasture that has been stockpiled for winter use is a rational alternative to limit costs resulting from both harvest (or purchase) and feeding of hay. FULL STORY »

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