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Source: USDA by Russell Knight, Hannah Taylor, William Hahn, Angel Terán, Mildred Haley, Grace Grossen, Adriana Valcu-Lisman, and Margaret Cornelius The Livestock, Dairy, and Poultry Outlook for October 2022 analyzes economic impacts of month-to-month changes in USDA’s World Agricultural Supply and Use Estimates Report on domestic and international...
Source: USDA news release As the world's population increases, the global agriculture system will be expected to provide more food. To better understand how the world agriculture system may grow in response by 2050, researchers at USDA, Economic Research Service...
The latest StoneX Insurance Minute focuses on Fed Cattle, highlighting the significance of managing market risks through livestock insurance. Gavin McPherson explains how insurance protects producers from price volatility, ensuring financial stability. For more details, you can watch the full...
  Source: USDA news release In the United States, most cow-calf operations are relatively small and have fewer than 50 cows though a few very large operations (with more than 1,000 cows) can be found. On cow-calf farms, calves are birthed,...
Source: USDA Summary Beef/Cattle: Drought continues to have a role in the timing of cattle slaughter. Based on stronger expected pace of fed cattle and beef cow slaughter in late 2022, the production forecast for this year is fractionally higher than last...
Cattle placements in U.S. feedlots have experienced a second consecutive monthly decline. According to the USDA, 1.704 million head of cattle were introduced to feedlots in December 2023, reflecting a 4% decrease compared to December 2022. This decrease suggests...
Source: FCC, Leigh Anderson Senior Economist The Canadian commercial feed market (for example, pelleted rations for cattle, dairy, hog and poultry) grew over 20% in 2022, reaching a record $11.5 billion in sales. Most of this growth was driven by increases in...
U.S. pork exports topped year-ago totals for the second consecutive month in September, according to data released by USDA and compiled by the U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF). September beef exports were below last year for the first time...
by Joe Janzen, Department of Agricultural and Consumer Economics, University of Illinois, Bryn Swearingen, Economic Research Service, USDA and Jisang Yu, Department of Agricultural Economics. Kansas State University In recently published research, we estimated the impact of the unprecedented surge in...
Source: Alberta Agriculture and Forestry “The week ending October 14, 2022 saw minimal buyer bidding on live fed steers in Alberta,” says Ann Boyda, provincial livestock market analyst with Agriculture and Irrigation. “A weekly price trend was not available. The...
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