Livestock markets see turnover rise by £83m in 2021

Direct sellers and producers have returned to Wales’ direct selling networks, having increasingly experienced integrated supply chains and lacking cost of production contracts, while livestock markets have reached record prices for stocks across the country. With turnover for all species through the Wales livestock auction system increasing by over £63m to a total of over […]

Livestock and hog futures weaken as high meat prices threaten demand – CME

News Livestock and hog futures weaken as high meat prices threaten demand – CME May 13, 2022 Analysts fear inflation will remain high Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) livestock futures fell on Thursday as high meat prices threaten U.S. demand, Reuters reportedquoting analysts. Worries that inflation could stay high for longer than expected weighed on markets […]

6 Tips to Dramatically Increase Your Chances in the Cattle Farming Business

Dakota Everts directs the Growing Forward program for cooperative credit institution Farm Credit Mid-America, and hosts in person Know how to grow conferences for its young farmer clients (under 35, under 10 years in agriculture). Participants receive two days of instruction to successfully complete their new farm. Everts firmly believes that there are some practical […]

Beef recovers but supply pressures remain

Report Author: Angus Gidley-Baird, Senior Animal Protein Analyst at Rabobank Australia’s national cattle herd continues to recover, although supply chain issues could affect its growth, according to a new report from Rabobank. The seasonal outlook for beef, titled The recovery is well underway but the process will be slowfound that supply chain pressures could impact […]

Beef so prohibitive!

YASSIR WARDAD | Published: April 30, 2022 08:32:46 | Update: April 30, 2022 10:23:11 Beef prices soared to Tk760 per kilo in an unregulated market in the capital just days before the Eid-ul-Fitr festival. Lack of market oversight by relevant government agencies and two municipal corporations encourages traders to set the price at will, market […]

Little change in high livestock prices in Ballarat stores

Enclosure: 3500 EYCI: 1085c/kg Charger Rating (against EYCI): +32pts DIRECTIONS: 500-650 kg: $2,940 to $3,490, average of 536 c/kg: 360-500 kg: $2,250 to $3,000 average of 617 c/kg; 280-360kg $1800-$2340, average 656c/kg. HEIFERS: 360-500kg $2030-$2600 for 575c/kg; 280-360kg $1700-$2410, average 618c/kg Sue Freeman, with children Chloe and Zac, of Garibildi sold Angus weanlings, 335kg, for […]

Changemakers help the reef | Queensland country life

This article is branded content for Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries. Brigid and Owen Price adopt industry best practices in beef production systems to increase productivity and profits and reduce their environmental footprint for generations to come. The couple and their three children farm in Injune and Rockhampton in the Great Barrier Reef catchment […]

What did the 2021 drought cost the California economy?

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KERO) – In addition to farm workers, California’s ongoing drought is impacting the state’s economy in several ways. 23ABC took an in-depth look at a recent study by the University of California Merced in February and look at those impacts. The report was produced by “using surveys, reviews of hydrological information and remote […]

“But all things considered, cattle prices have been high this spring” –

Covid restrictions, drought conditions and now the Ukraine-Russia war have all contributed to the challenges faced by cattle farmers. Killarney Auction Mart owner Allan Munroe says you don’t have to look far to see how the war in Europe is affecting us here in Manitoba. “I’m sure everyone can see what’s going on at the […]

Rising meat prices hit barbecue joints | Community

In the self-proclaimed “Barbecue Mutton Capital of the World,” barbecue restaurants are beset by rapidly rising prices for mutton – and everything else. “Mutton has tripled in the last six or seven months,” said John Foreman, fifth-generation owner of Old Hickory Bar-BQ. “Slices are $20 a pound now. It’s the highest I’ve ever seen. Old […]

Dawn March 29: Biden proposes $2.6 billion USDA raise

President Joe Biden’s fiscal year 2023 includes a $2.6 billion, or 9%, increase for the USDA with many of the same themes as the first budget he proposed a year ago. The FY23 proposal prioritizes research, climate adaptation, expanding rural broadband, and addressing equity issues. These priorities also include technical assistance for conservation. The President […]

Certified Angus Beef Annual Premiums Reach Record $182 Million | Livestock

The highly marbled branded product available today is the aggregate result of countless producers meeting consumer taste expectations, driving demand to a 33-year high, said Randy Blach, CEO of CattleFax. Photo submitted By Morgan Boecker, Certified Angus Beef Is there enough quality beef? The market doesn’t seem to think so. A bi-annual survey of the […]

Weekly property report: Fundamentals remain positive, despite a possible rise in interest rates

STRONG commodity prices will support rural property prices even if interest rates rise, two experienced rural property appraisers in northern and southern Australia said last week. In this week’s property review, they explain why. Speaking at Friday’s annual Herron Todd White property briefing, held jointly in Brisbane and Melbourne, HTW’s Director and Head of Valuations […]

Australia’s live cattle trade expected to fall sharply as prices soar

Australia’s live cattle export trade is expected to fall 16% this financial year as record prices force buyers in major Southeast Asian markets, including Indonesia, to seek cheaper alternatives. The grim forecast, contained in the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Science’s new quarterly outlook, predicts livestock exports will peak at 649,000 head […]

Food inflation made Tyson Stock a winner. But this analyst downgraded the shares.

Text size Tyson Food was downgraded by a BMO Capital analyst. Joe Raedle/Getty Images Tyson Foods has thrived during the pandemic as the meat producer passed on rising costs by raising prices. But BMO Capital analyst Kenneth Zaslow downgraded the stock citing its weakened outlook on beef profitability. Zaslow downgraded its rating to Market Perform […]

Crop and Livestock Prices Soar | News

Ask farmers what their worries are this spring and you won’t hear much about temperatures or rainfall. “The weather so far is not our sworn enemy this year,” said Terry Crouse, Southern States director at Romney. Instead, suppliers, producers and sellers talk about rising inflation and the war in Ukraine. Ukraine is one of the […]

Farmers in Tiruppur district let cattle graze in fields as price of women’s fingers drops to Rs 10 per kg – The New Indian Express

Express press service TIRUPPUR: As the purchase prices of ladyfingers drop to Rs 10 per kilogram, farmers are leaving crops on their farmlands in Pongalur block in Tiruppur district to graze cattle. Speaking to TNIE, farmer M Kanagaraj said, “We have been farming women’s finger for generations. I sow 30 cent okra seeds towards the […]

More room to pass on high livestock prices to consumers | weekly farm

Processors will remain caught between sky-high cattle prices and plateauing domestic beef consumption for at least the better part of 2022, judging by industry projections. Beef retail price growth is outpacing that of other proteins, putting downward pressure on consumption. Although Meat & Livestock Australia projections indicate that Australians will continue to eat beef at […]

Claraphi Advisory Network, LLC buys ETF Pacer US Cash Cows 100, Alpine 4 Holdings Inc, Marvell…

investment company Claraphi Advisory Network, LLC (Current portfolio) buys Pacer US Cash Cows 100 ETF, Alpine 4 Holdings Inc, Marvell Technology Inc, WisdomTree US Efficient Core Fund, International Business Machines Corp, sells Tesla Inc, Johnson Controls International PLC, Moderna Inc, Capital One Financial Corp, ARK Fintech Innovation ETF during the 3 months ended Q4 2021, […]

Irish beef ‘likely to become more attractive’ in UK market

Irish beef exports are set to gain popularity with UK customers, according to a recently published UK report. The Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) Beef Market Outlook for 2022 highlighted that with Irish cattle “currently at an increased discount to UK cattle”, imports of Irish beef “are likely to become more attractive”, especially if […]

Sow legumes in winter for cheap fertilizer in spring pastures

With nitrogen prices high, Craig Roberts says this winter, it’s important to consider freeze-seeded legumes as an alternative fertilizer source. “2022 is different because fertilizer costs have tripled,” says the state forage specialist at the University of Missouri Extension. “Think of legumes as almost free fertilizer.” Frost seeding, a method of broadcasting seeds to frozen […]

As parties focus on caste politics, stray cattle and lack of jobs continue to plague farmers

Kannauj: Difficult to pass by the heavy barbed wire fences of the Kannauj potato farms. Driving through the villages of one of Uttar Pradesh’s greenest belts, men and women guarding their fields are commonplace. Dotted with vast tracts of leafy farms and numerous cold storages, Kannauj and adjacent areas, also known as the Potato Belt, […]

3 Big Things Today, January 20, 2022

1. Soybean futures rise, grains fall overnight Soybean futures were higher in overnight trading on concerns over the weather in South America, while grains fell. Rain fell this week in parts of Argentina, including the states of Entre Rios, Buenos Aires and northeastern La Pampa, Donald Keeney, agricultural meteorologist at Maxar, said in a note […]

Farmers and ranchers thrilled with new action plan to help create a more competitive market | Mount family farms

GREAT FALLS, Mt. – Farmers and ranchers received good news in early 2022 after the White House released a plan to create a fairer, more competitive and more resilient meat and poultry supply chain. We spoke with Montana Farmers Union and broke down what farmers and ranchers get paid and how it aims to change […]

Aiken Back: Washington County Farmer Appointed TN Assistant Commissioner of Agriculture Weeks After Leaving Farm Bureau Director Job | WJHL

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WJHL) – Washington County farmer Jeff Aiken said he missed his Telford beef farm when he announced he would not seek another term after six years as president of Tennessee. Farm Bureau. On Thursday, however, the Tennessee Department of Agriculture announced that Aiken would become Tennessee’s assistant commissioner of agriculture on March 1. […]

Omicron disrupts supermarket supply chains • Farm Policy News

Bloomberg writers Leslie Patton, Elizabeth Elkin and Deena Shanker reported last week that “the highly contagious variant of the omicron virus is disrupt already stressed food supply chains, sickening so many workers that more shortages in grocery stores are almost certain. “Supermarkets have struggled to keep food fully stocked throughout the pandemic due to labor […]

Q&A: New Year’s Agenda

Q&A: New Year’s Agenda With US Senator Chuck Grassley Q: What does the second session of 117 have in store for us?e Congress? A: As we enter the third year of the pandemic, Congress has a full plate as the New Year approaches. There is no doubt that Americans are ready to turn the page […]

Economic Benefits of Mario Villarino’s Preconditioning Programs – Front Porch News Texas

Summary This demonstration of results compared the selling prices of preconditioned cattle (averages) for five consecutive years using a 45-day preconditioning protocol and the selling prices of cattle in 2021 using a 60-day preconditioning protocol. The results indicated a significant difference between the beef prices of preconditioned cattle (+ $ 59.27) in 2021 compared to […]

Year in Review: Demonstrating Results in Hopkins County

Comparison of the selling prices of preconditioned cattle under two protocols (60 days vs 45 days) of preconditioning of cattle in Northeast Texas Mario villarino Cooperator: Association for the Improvement of Beef of Northeast Texas Through Dr Mario A. Villarino, Hopkins County Extension Officer, Agriculture and Natural Resources, [email protected] Summary This demonstration of results compared […]

GUNTER: Alberta’s economic future looks bright, despite Trudeau’s mismanagement

Breadcrumb Links Chroniclers Author of the article: Lorne gunter Justin Trudeau speaks to supporters at Liberal Party headquarters in Montreal on election night. PHOTO BY JOHN MAHONEY / Montreal Gazette Content of the article My Wednesday column on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s economic mismanagement was national. It was written to appear in all Sun newspapers […]

CME Cattle Futures Rise Amid Supply Problems

CHICAGO, Dec.29 (Reuters) – Chicago Mercantile Exchange cattle futures soared on Wednesday, as spot cattle prices firmed amid concerns over the supply of meat to meet demand slated for next year, traders said. Cattle futures ended higher, as prices for beef carcass cuts continued to strengthen and spot cattle traded higher, traders said. Cash cattle […]

U.S. meat factories relaxed COVID-19 security measures after outbreaks

News U.S. meat factories relaxed COVID-19 security measures after outbreaks 22 December 2021 Meat companies including Smithfield, Tyson Foods Inc and JBS USA say employee health is a top priority Smithfield Foods, the world’s largest pork producer, last year assigned a team of dedicated employees to enforce social distancing and disinfect surfaces at a South […]

Increase in transport prices inevitable as AdBlue doubles, fears of a “toilet paper situation”

A urea SHORTAGE has raised concerns that the transportation industry may be facing a “COVID toilet paper situation” with the prices of the emission-reducing fuel additive AdBlue increasing dramatically this week. The situation could be a major disruption to the livestock industry after a year defined by great cattle races traveling thousands of miles north […]

High beef prices should hold up

High beef prices show no signs of slowing as cattle numbers are under pressure globally. Demand remains strong, with Rabobank expecting supplies to tighten from a smaller US herd, slow herd rebuilding in Australia following the drought and disruption to exports from the United States. Brazil and Argentina. Agriculture analyst Genevieve Steven said the global […]

Supporting agriculture in the ups and downs of agriculture | Queensland Country Life

It has been an extraordinary year of meteorological events. Winter rains across the country have helped many pre-harvest farming areas so it is very disappointing to see what is happening for many farming communities in Queensland and New South Wales who are now seeing their yields washed away. downstream. This is a difficult end to […]

Global Protein Weekly Summary: Ai in Hungry, Food Prices, Pork Production in China

USDA: bird flu returns to Hungary Hungary regained its avian flu free status on June 10, 2021, but the disease is now back in the country. On November 16, 2021, animal health authorities confirmed the outbreak of the H5N1 strain of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in two commercial duck and goose farms in south-central […]

US beef and lamb post export growth

BOZEMAN – The demand for American beef and lamb continues to grow in the United States and around the world as consumers around the world demand more real meat protein. Commercial activity creates market opportunities for American breeders. “Demand is resilient,” said Dan Halstrom, CEO of the US Meat Export Federation. “Globally, I would say […]

Cereals consolidate as livestock increase | Ag / Energy

Happy beginning of Thanksgiving to you and your families, market watchers. That’s right, the holiday season is pretty much here. Did you know that the world’s largest freshly cut Christmas tree stands in downtown Enid, Oklahoma, and that it will “light up the plains” next Friday night after Turkey Day? With a shortened holiday trading […]

Prairie cattle ranchers face food and water shortage as winter approaches

The consequences of last summer’s meteoric drought are being felt on farms and ranches across the Prairies, where some ranchers are heading into a long, cold winter with dangerously low food and water supplies. At his ranch near Nanton, in southern Alberta, Canadian Cattlemen’s Association president Bob Lowe said he was lucky for the late […]

Nebraska ranchers have plan to tackle Big Beef and restore local economy

Plans to disrupt the Nebraska beef industry began in Hanoi, Vietnam. Breeder Rusty Kemp was on a business trip in 2019 with Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts. He was complaining about the meat industry when he remembers the governor turning to him and saying: Well, let’s see how to fix this problem. Get after that. Kemp […]

Lean Pork Futures on the Launch Pad … Again

If you’ve been following my monthly articles, you might remember the spacecraft launch I predicted last January and February. Indeed, pork prices were significantly higher at the start of the summer. But, the strength of the spot pork market suddenly ran out of gasoline in mid-June. This development coincided with a decision to satisfy a […]

Packers win fall race | The western producer

The price impact of this year’s drought on Canadian ranchers is starting to be felt as western Canadian cattle begin their journey off the rangelands and into markets. For Alberta Beef Producer President Melanie Wowk, this year’s fall run will see more cows heading to market than usual due to the drought. “I can tell […]

High livestock prices threaten the sustainability of Indonesian feedlots

The head of the Indonesian Beef Cattle Industry Association has expressed fears that if there is not an imminent correction in the high price of Australian feeder cattle, the viability of an important partnership commercial operation for 30 years would be in danger. Australian cattle fed in Indonesia. Pak Didiek Purwanto, chairman of Gapusfindo, told […]

ÉLEVAGE-CME feeder cattle futures slide to five-month low

CHICAGO, Nov. 1 (Reuters) – Chicago Mercantile Exchange live cattle futures hit a week-long low on Monday on larger-than-expected US supplies, as feeder cattle fell to their bottom. lowest level in five months, analysts said. Traders expected a squeeze in the supply of livestock but saw no signs of it in October, said Rich Nelson, […]

Rising meat prices, declining stocks due to supply chain issues, drought, etc.

Charley Bogwill sees higher prices for much of the food he and his family bring to their Iowa State University football hatchbacks: the chest. The brats. And especially the bacon. “We buy a lot of bacon, and it has gone up by at least a dollar a pound” in recent months, said Bogwill, a former […]

Cattle dressings testify to booming business

TIRUCHI Samayapuram and Thayanur cattle sheds near here witnessed a rapid sale of sheep and goats on Saturday ahead of the Deepavali festival. To take advantage of the demand that usually rises before Deepavali, farmers from Lalgudi, Mannachanallur, Pullambadi, Musiri, Thottiam, Perambalur, Thuraiyur and other areas brought sheep and goats to the shed in Samayapuram. […]

Great prices for cattle in Newtownstewart

Price of the bull and the bull; M Flanagan, New Buildings 640kgs £ 1470, 615kgs £ 1330, 560kgs £ 1300, 635kgs £ 1290, 590kgs £ 1285; R McCre, Ballymagorry 720kgs £ 1455, 655kgs £ 1325, 625kgs £ 1290; JV Arthur, Douglas Bridge 625kgs £ 1410, 665kgs £ 1380, 635kgs £ 1370 and £ 1330, 620kgs […]

“Factories want cattle, but not big numbers right now”

While the message from factory agents over the weekend on pricing was one of ‘like you were’, the reality is that factory bosses have tightened the reins on how much leeway they are. are ready to give their agents on prices during negotiations. He saw most consolidate their offers around 4.15 € / kg for […]

After a turbulent year for the beef markets, there is optimism | Agriculture

Anyone who has walked through a Whataburger or bought a steak in the past year and a half has probably noticed that beef prices are booming. Sadly, breeders did not share those profits, said Dr David Anderson, professor and livestock economist at Texas A&M University. “As soon as all the packing plant closures happened, we […]

Bill Fitzpatrick would lower prescription drug prices for children

US Representative Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA) recently introduced the bipartisan Fair Price Medicine for Children Act to reduce prescription drug costs for families. If enacted, HR 5576, which Rep. Fitzpatrick co-sponsored with the bill’s sponsor, U.S. Rep. Susan Wild (D-PA), would give states the ability to expand the Medicaid drug reimbursement program. to the Children’s Health […]