Month: February 2017

Beef demand: What decisions can we make from it; what decisions can we not make from it?

By John DePutter and Dave Milne, DePutter Publishing Ltd. When the supply of any commodity is heavy, and prices are low, there’s often lots of talk about demand as well. Questions such as: “Will the supply overwhelm the market or will the demand side support prices?” North American cattle producers have plenty of experience with …

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Hi-Pro Feeds Beef Show Ration – A Winning Tradition Year After Year in US Cattle Show Pens

Extraordinary young men and women are up early, and out in the barns patiently feeding, exercising, and grooming their show animals. Year after year, cattle raised on the Hi-Pro Feeds Beef Show Ration have excelled in livestock shows all over Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico. This winning tradition goes all the way back to the …

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USDA Cattle Inventory Report: Three Points Producers Need to Know

By John DePutter & Dave Milne, DePutter Publishing Ltd. The Jan. 31 USDA cattle inventory report may have contained some bearish surprises compared to analyst expectations, but the fact the American herd is still expanding was no great shock. For those who missed it, the report pegged the total number of cattle and calves in …

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