Greg Henderson

Cattle feeding margins improving on lower costs

Closeouts were a little easier for feedyard managers to digest last week, but it wasn’t due to higher cattle prices. The improvement to cattle feeding margins was attributable to lower costs – primarily grain costs. FULL STORY »

Colorado grazing study examines holistic management

Grazing research on the Fox Ranch that straddles the Arikaree River in eastern Colorado will examine the effects of holistic management and planned grazing on soil health and grass production. FULL STORY »

Feeder cattle rally reaches 10 consecutive weeks

The long-running price rally in stocker and feeder cattle markets helps producers recover from the financial stress of last year’s historic drought. The promise of a bumper corn crop encourages feedyards to bid aggressively. FULL STORY »

Feeder cattle firm, calves higher as corn crop comes into view

A promising corn crop has a long ways to go before it reaches the bin, but the declines in corn futures have only encouraged cattlemen to bid up feeder cattle and calves. Mid-summer rains in many areas have improved grazing prospects. FULL STORY »

Feeding margins improve on lower costs, packers comfy

Lower grain and feeder cattle prices calculated against last week's fed cattle marketings helped improve feedyard margins, but closeouts remain flooded with red ink. Packer profits are coming back toward realistic levels. FULL STORY »

Feeder cattle rally now six weeks old, demand strong

Yearling feeder cattle prices moved higher for a sixth consecutive week. Buyer demand remains unwaveringly strong on yearlings in a market with shrinking supplies. Higher market prices are drawing out of the country and into the marketplace. FULL STORY »

Feeding losses remain grim, packers still flush

Cattle feeders experienced another dismal week, and packer profits lowered slightly. Pork producers continue to find solid margins, but pork packers saw their margins slip into the red. FULL STORY »

Feeder cattle rally continues, buyers aggressive

Yearling feeder cattle prices moved higher for a fifth consecutive week. Sellers found aggressive buyers at auctions and in direct trade and video markets. Contracting was also brisk on yearlings for fall delivery. FULL STORY »

Feeding losses flirt with $200 again, packers remain cozy

Cash cattle traded $1 lower and feedyard closeouts lost ground again last week. Beef packer margins improved slightly, and profits remain solid. Pork producers see another profitable week. FULL STORY »

Feeder cattle higher for fourth week, fed market lower

Yearling feeder cattle prices moved higher for the fourth consecutive week in a limited trade. Fed cattle prices dropped another $1 ahead of the long holiday weekend. FULL STORY »

Global Food Security Index monitors impact of world agriculture

An annual index commissioned by DuPont Pioneer helps establish measurement tools and global benchmarks to measure food security and monitor the impact of agriculture. FULL STORY »

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