Tag Archives: Nebraska

Cash Cattle Prices Rip $2.50-5.50 Higher

By Cassie Fish, CassandraFish.com Another Friday afternoon, another round of aggressive packer competition for limited fed cattle supplies. Prices ranged from $150 to $153 live from Texas to western Nebraska, higher to sharply higher. Additionally, there have been calls from packers … Continue reading

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Is The Land-Grant System Meeting The Needs Of Producers?

  Additionally, funding of research from within the industry or via state sources has been declining. As a result, much of the research today is being funded by large grants that are devoted to federal government priorities. And that, friends … Continue reading

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Beef Cow Production Will Continue To Shift Out Of The Corn Belt

 The bottom line is that economics have begun to shift beef cow production from areas of high cattle feed costs to regions of lower feed costs (grazing). This suggests to me that beef cow production will continue to shift out … Continue reading

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