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2015 February 9
It suggests the total U.S. cattle herd as of Jan. 1, 2015 increased 1 percent compared to Jan 1, 2014 with a total of 89.8 million cattle and calves. The estimate of beef cows and replacement heifers is up significantly from last year, giving hope on the herd expansion front.


2015 February 9
It suggests the total U.S. cattle herd as of Jan. 1, 2015 increased 1 percent compared to Jan 1, 2014 with a total of 89.8 million cattle and calves. The estimate of beef cows and replacement heifers is up significantly from last year, giving hope on the herd expansion front.
2015 February 2
By Thursday afternoon, only 8,600 head had been confirmed sold on the negotiated cash market. Though nowhere close to the week’s full buy, prices of $159 live and $250 dressed (down $1 and $4-7, respectively, from the prior week) likely set the tone for the week.
2015 February 2
By Thursday afternoon, only 8,600 head had been confirmed sold on the negotiated cash market. Though nowhere close to the week’s full buy, prices of $159 live and $250 dressed (down $1 and $4-7, respectively, from the prior week) likely set the tone for the week.
by WLJ
2015 January 30
U.S. retail Choice beef values climbed through 2014, reaching a record high of $6.30 per pound in November (most recent complete data). Retail value is defined as the average value at the grocery store of a basket of beef cuts, measured in cents per pound of retail weight.


by DTN
2015 January 30
The U.S. is continuing to put pressure on Canada to put forward a more robust proposal in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade negotiations, Darci Vetter, the chief U.S. agricultural trade negotiator, said last Tuesday at the International Dairy Foods Association’s annual Dairy Forum.
2015 January 30
The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA), National Chicken Council (NCC), National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) and National Turkey Federation all issued statements Monday in a concerted effort to draw attention to TPA and their interest in getting a 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership deal completed.
by WLJ
2015 January 30
U.S. retail Choice beef values climbed through 2014, reaching a record high of $6.30 per pound in November (most recent complete data). Retail value is defined as the average value at the grocery store of a basket of beef cuts, measured in cents per pound of retail weight.
by DTN
2015 January 30
The U.S. is continuing to put pressure on Canada to put forward a more robust proposal in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade negotiations, Darci Vetter, the chief U.S. agricultural trade negotiator, said last Tuesday at the International Dairy Foods Association’s annual Dairy Forum.
2015 January 30
The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA), National Chicken Council (NCC), National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) and National Turkey Federation all issued statements Monday in a concerted effort to draw attention to TPA and their interest in getting a 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership deal completed.
2015 January 26
In the domestic market, overall trends in beef demand have been surprisingly strong. Americans are forking over record amounts of cash for their favorite protein compared to year-over-year retail prices. According to the most recent National Beef Retail report, the overall price increase for four highly popular retail beef cuts amounts to a 17.


2015 January 26
Cash fed trade got underway surprisingly early last week with over 5,000 head being confirmed sold on Tuesday. By Thursday afternoon, over 43,000 head had been confirmed sold via negotiated trade at prices of $157-160 live, and $256-257 dressed. This continues the downward momentum from the prior week, being down $3-6 live and $3-9 lower for dressed.