DENVER (April 23, 2019) – After 34 years with the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA), the past four as CEO, Kendal Frazier announced his plans for retirement this morning. Kendal’s career began as a farm broadcaster in Kansas, where… Continue reading
By: Derrell S. Peel, Oklahoma State University Extension Livestock Marketing Specialist
Memorial Day weekend is an important test of beef sales and beef demand. The success of the first big grilling holiday will be assessed over the coming days.… Continue reading
Luke Schwieterman, President, Schwieterman Inc.In the March Supply and De- mand report, USDA revised slightly their projected quarterly beef price and production estimates. Currently, USDA projects a 3.2% increase in production this year over last year for the 1st quarter , 4.4% increase in the 2nd quarter, 4.9% increase in the 3rd quarter and 1.8% increase in the 4th quarter. Continue reading
By: Larry Corah, for Certified Angus Beef LLC
All agree the real driver of beef demand is its unique flavor, and marbling drives flavor. This key component of quality grade has grown in the last few years, to where the… Continue reading
By: Luke Schwieterman, President, Schwieterman Inc.
In the August Supply and Demand report, the USDA did what the USDA does best confuse everyone. Expectations of analysts going into the report were for reduced corn acres and reduced yields. USDA left… Continue reading
By: Miranda Reiman
If you don’t believe the global factors affecting the U.S. cattle market are numerous and complicated, you probably haven’t heard Dan Basse, president of Ag Resource Company, give an economic outlook.
By 2040, Japan’s population will drop… Continue reading