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Disappearing Prairies

An endangered ecosystem finds new hope in a new conservation plan that will benefit ranchers and some struggling communities.

When Coronado, the Spanish conquistador, journeyed into Kansas in 1541, he noted that the region was a sea of grass and men and horses became lost in the featureless plain.
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Total Supply Of U.S. Distillers’ Grains Accelerates Over The Past 4 Years

The estimated supply of U.S. distillers’ grains is expected to total 33.3 million metric tons for 2009/10, more than four times that in 2003/04. Most distillers’ grains come from dry-mill fuel ethanol production and a lesser amount comes from dry-mill beverage distilleries. Imports are a minor segment of the market. FULL STORY »

Disappearing Prairies

An endangered ecosystem finds new hope in a new conservation plan that will benefit ranchers and some struggling communities.

When Coronado, the Spanish conquistador, journeyed into Kansas in 1541, he noted that the region was a sea of grass and men and horses became lost in the featureless plain.
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Corn Exports Down 12 Percent

Net sales of 671,100 MT were down 12 percent from the previous week and unchanged from the prior 4-week average. Increases were reported for Taiwan (211,500 MT, including 116,000 MT switched from unknown destinations and 28,100 MT switched from Japan), South Korea (107,500 MT), unknown destinations (102,400 MT), the Dominican Republic (37,200 MT), and Egypt (29,200 MT).
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Livestock Imports From Canada Continue To Decline

Cattle and hog imports from Canada have trended lower in recent years as a combination of a strong Canadian currency, declining livestock inventories and changes in US rules for handling imported livestock have negatively impacted trade flows. It is important to recognize that following the NAFTA agreement, the US and Canadian livestock industries became increasingly integrated. FULL STORY »

Livestock Imports From Canada Continue To Decline

Cattle and hog imports from Canada have trended lower in recent years as a combination of a strong Canadian currency, declining livestock inventories and changes in US rules for handling imported livestock have negatively impacted trade flows. It is important to recognize that following the NAFTA agreement, the US and Canadian livestock industries became increasingly integrated. FULL STORY »

In The Cattle Markets: Why Did Calf Prices Increase Contra Seasonally?

Seasonal price patterns are a fact of life in the cattle industry, and are usually the basis for good marketing plans. Under 650 lb. calf prices usually decline seasonally into November from Spring and Summer highs. That pattern was intact again this year until mid-October. Since then, calf prices have staged a contra-seasonal rally.
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Eastern Livestock Co. May Face Involunatry Bankruptcy For Bad Checks

An Indiana firm under federal investigation for passing bad checks for cattle purchases could find itself forced into bankruptcy proceedings if a judge grants a motion filed by some of those owed money.
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In The Cattle Markets: Why Did Calf Prices Increase Contra Seasonally?

Seasonal price patterns are a fact of life in the cattle industry, and are usually the basis for good marketing plans. Under 650 lb. calf prices usually decline seasonally into November from Spring and Summer highs. That pattern was intact again this year until mid-October. Since then, calf prices have staged a contra-seasonal rally.
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Eastern Livestock Co. May Face Involunatry Bankruptcy For Bad Checks

An Indiana firm under federal investigation for passing bad checks for cattle purchases could find itself forced into bankruptcy proceedings if a judge grants a motion filed by some of those owed money.
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Monday Market Sentiment: Industry Leaders Predict A Slight Drop In Cash Cattle Prices

A survey of cattle-industry leaders suggests the average price for cash cattle will decrease 0.08 to $102.58 per cwt this week.
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