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Fall rally sets new record highs

Strong demand and limited supplies continued to drive calf and yearling prices higher during December. FULL STORY »

Indicators provide mixed signals

Beef’s economic indicators provided mixed signals in December. Cattle prices were near all-time highs, but both feedyards and packers posted significant losses for the month. FULL STORY »

Female markets strong, feeders rally

Strength in the fed- and feeder-cattle markets continue to support higher female prices. Auction prices for bred females jumped $100 to $200 per head higher at auctions, and fed- and feeder-cattle markets set new all-time record prices during November. FULL STORY »

Wholesale rib prices

Welcome to the Premium Market Snapshot — a series of market commentaries focused squarely on trends in quality grading and in the production and sales of high-quality beef. FULL STORY »

Rally continues, prices near record highs

Strong demand and limited supplies spurred calf and yearling prices higher again during November. FULL STORY »

Fall rally drives indicators higher

Improving cash cattle prices and positive cattle-feeding margins pushed beef’s indicators higher, but November’s analysis of the industry’s economic health suggests red flags remain. FULL STORY »

Female markets weaken, feeders higher

Nearly every class of breeding-age beef females saw lower bids during October, with some transactions more than $100 less than September. FULL STORY »

Prime/Select spread

Welcome to the Premium Market Snapshot — a series of market commentaries focused squarely on trends in quality grading and in the production and sales of high-quality beef. FULL STORY »

October calf, yearling markets rally

Strong demand and limited supplies spurred calf and yearling prices higher during October. Steer and heifer calves sold $4 to $6 higher, while yearlings sold $2 to $4 higher. FULL STORY »

Indicators improve with cash prices

Improving cash cattle prices and positive cattle feeding margins turned beef’s economic indicators higher, but October’s analysis of the industry’s economic health suggests red flags remain. FULL STORY »

Indicators lower as profit margins decline

September corn prices fell 20 cents a bushel, but that didn’t help feeding and packing margins. Profit margins for both segments, already in the red as the month began, dropped further throughout the month. FULL STORY »

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