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2015 March 3
At 490.94 million pounds of beef in cold storage as of Jan. 31, beef stocks are up 14 percent compared to the prior year. Though boneless beef makes up roughly 90 percent of all the beef in freezers, both the volume of boneless beef and beef cuts rose 14 percent.
by WLJ
2015 March 3
Between 1960 and 2007, the share of disposable personal income spent on total food by Americans fell from 17.5 to 9.6 percent, as the share of income spent on food at home fell. The share of income spent on food purchased in grocery stores and other retailers declined from 14.
2015 March 2
The cash fed trade was slow and developed warily last week as other portions of the market moved erratically. By Thursday afternoon, more than 18,000 had been confirmed sold at $156-157 live and $250-252 dressed. This was down $3-4 live and down $1-8 dressed compared to the prior week.
2015 March 2
Australia is one of the world’s major beef producers and exporters, exporting roughly three-quarters of its total production. It was also the number one source of beef (not cattle) imported into the U.S. in 2014. The vast majority of the beef imported from Australia into the U.
2015 March 2
The cash fed trade was slow and developed warily last week as other portions of the market moved erratically. By Thursday afternoon, more than 18,000 had been confirmed sold at $156-157 live and $250-252 dressed. This was down $3-4 live and down $1-8 dressed compared to the prior week.
2015 February 23
The football season has long since ended and baseball hasn’t yet started. So in the meantime, perhaps your strategy needs can be sated with a peak at a different sort of playbook. Brazil is the U.S.’ biggest beef competitor so it’s important to keep tabs on what it’s doing.


2015 February 23
The issue of the West Coast ports—and the effect that has had on beef trade—was the story of the week last week. Everything from cash fed trade to the futures turned on the slowdown in export demand and the prospect of more competing protein and beef needing to be absorbed by the domestic market.
2015 February 23
The football season has long since ended and baseball hasn’t yet started. So in the meantime, perhaps your strategy needs can be sated with a peak at a different sort of playbook. Brazil is the U.S.’ biggest beef competitor so it’s important to keep tabs on what it’s doing.
2015 February 23
The issue of the West Coast ports—and the effect that has had on beef trade—was the story of the week last week. Everything from cash fed trade to the futures turned on the slowdown in export demand and the prospect of more competing protein and beef needing to be absorbed by the domestic market.
by WLJ
2015 February 20
U.S. net farm income—a measure of the sector’s profitability—is forecast to be $73.6 billion in 2015, down nearly 32 percent from 2014’s forecast of $108 billion. The 2015 forecast would be the lowest since 2009 and a drop of nearly 43 percent from the record high of $129 billion in 2013.


by WLJ
2015 February 20
Since then, the combination of strong global demand, particularly in developing countries, and higher prices for farm commodities, has boosted agriculture’s share of all U.S. exports from a low of 6.6 percent in 2000 to an average of 9.1 percent during 2011-2013.


by WLJ
2015 February 20
The price of 750-800-lb. feeder steers at the Oklahoma National Stockyards exceeded $220 per hundredweight at the end of 2014, up $65 since January and over $100 since May 2013. At the same time, the price of corn (a major component of cattle feed) fell from above $7.


by DTN
2015 February 20
“Although farm production expenses also increase beyond 2016, net farm income remains above its 2001-10 average,” the report stated. “Similarly, the value of U.S. agricultural exports falls in 2015 due to lower crop prices, but then rises over the rest of the projection period.
by WLJ
2015 February 20
U.S. net farm income—a measure of the sector’s profitability—is forecast to be $73.6 billion in 2015, down nearly 32 percent from 2014’s forecast of $108 billion. The 2015 forecast would be the lowest since 2009 and a drop of nearly 43 percent from the record high of $129 billion in 2013.
by WLJ
2015 February 20
Since then, the combination of strong global demand, particularly in developing countries, and higher prices for farm commodities, has boosted agriculture’s share of all U.S. exports from a low of 6.6 percent in 2000 to an average of 9.1 percent during 2011-2013.
by WLJ
2015 February 20
The price of 750-800-lb. feeder steers at the Oklahoma National Stockyards exceeded $220 per hundredweight at the end of 2014, up $65 since January and over $100 since May 2013. At the same time, the price of corn (a major component of cattle feed) fell from above $7.
by DTN
2015 February 20
“Although farm production expenses also increase beyond 2016, net farm income remains above its 2001-10 average,” the report stated. “Similarly, the value of U.S. agricultural exports falls in 2015 due to lower crop prices, but then rises over the rest of the projection period.
2015 February 16
The most recent World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report showed the effect of market drivers prompting expansion of protein supplies coupled with a strong currency that discourages export. The combination means there will be a lot more meat in 2015 that must be absorbed by the domestic market.


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