DES MOINES, Iowa — China is still by far the biggest piece in the pork export puzzle, but it isn’t the only one, according to experts who spok…
Grain markets received a mixed update from the USDA in the latest Supply and Demand report.
The combination of a cyberattack on JBS and a shortened holiday week factored into lower beef and pork production last week.
As planting season nears a close and the bulk of the growing season begins, weather is going to be the most important market factor moving forward.
The USDA’s May Cattle on Feed report showed increases that went beyond pre-report estimates. David P. Anderson, professor and economist for Te…
While the grain markets remain strong and prices remain high, there has been a shift in market attitude.
Analysts and cattle producers are watching the drought situation in the Mountain West region and the Northern Plains and what impact it might …
After weeks of big gains, the grain market has seen a quick correction with prices plummeting, particularly in corn.
Prices have continued to stay high throughout planting season, but change may be on the way. That isn’t necessarily a bad thing, however.
March beef and pork exports set records for value, while beef muscle cuts also set an export record.
Analysts are watching the rise in beef prices and sorting out what it might mean for cattle markets. Andrew Griffith, ag economist with the Un…
With strong demand and a tight supply, it probably shouldn’t be a surprise that the market is keeping close tabs on planting progress this spring.
Demand for U.S. pork continues to be strong, and that should bode fairly well for prices over the course of the next few months.
After a week that saw grain markets surge, early indicators are for another week of good prices.
After a quick warm up to kick off spring, weather has forced some farmers to wait a little bit for the start of planting season.
Spring has brought some optimism to cattle markets, with fed cattle and beef cutout markets moving higher.
Pork and beef exports in February remained lower than the high numbers of a year ago.
Now that the reports have been released and the market has responded, the markets have turned their attention to spring planting.
The reopening of the economy and recovery from the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic will be key in driving beef prices in the coming months…