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Dry conditions weigh on female markets

Another dry month across America’s heartland limited demand for all classes of females. Stockpiled feedstuffs are low, but many ranchers’ immediate concern is the availability of drinking water for cattle. FULL STORY »

Import/Export: Beef export values strong

September beef export totals were well below year-ago levels, though the value of beef exports through the third quarter of 2012 remains ahead of last year’s record-setting pace. FULL STORY »

Economic Indicators: Margins erode for feeders, packers

Average monthly prices for all classes of cattle were flat again during November. Cattle feeders and beef packers found their profit margins continuing to erode during the month. FULL STORY »

Stocker/Feeder Markets: Calves higher, yearlings lower

Demand for calves during November was steady to stronger across most regions, while yearling prices were softer despite a smaller supply. FULL STORY »

Bred females higher, other classes mixed

Forage conditions remain extremely dry. Bred female prices last month posted across-the-board gains while other female markets saw prices mixed. FULL STORY »

Economic Indicators: Feeders, packers struggle with margins

Average monthly prices for all classes of cattle were flat during October. Cattle feeders and beef packers continue to struggle with negative margins. FULL STORY »

Export values ahead of 2011

U.S. beef exports remained 11 percent lower in volume through the first eight months of 2012 at 759,901 metric tons, but beef export value was still 2 percent above last year’s record pace. FULL STORY »

Stocker/feeder prices steady

Despite gains the final two weeks of October, stocker/feeder prices ended the month nearly equal to September. FULL STORY »

Economic indicators: Cattle prices rally, margins don’t

Significant price gains for all classes of cattle were found throughout the month of September. The surge was enough to turn our overall arrow from down to sideways, but ominous signs remain. FULL STORY »

Beef export volume down, value up

U.S. beef exports during July were down 9.5 percent compared to a year ago, but July also represented the largest monthly export volume of 2012, up 16 percent from June. FULL STORY »

Light calves lead September rally

All classes of stocker and feeder cattle posted significant gains during September. FULL STORY »

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