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Market LineOptimism in the Beef Market continues as demand remains constant.
Market LineFears of supply chain shortages has consumers on edge, which caused a slight pullback in yesterday’s cattle market.
Market LineThe Stock Market was closed yesterday recognition of Martin Luther King Day, so let’s take a look at Friday’s recap.
Market LineCattle finished the week strong, as tighter supplies sparked more buying.
Market LineSome investors suggesting the recent lull in Slaughter houses could boost production in the beef market.
Market LineProfits in the beef market give back previous gains, as Feeder Cattle follow Live Cattle trends.
The Agribusiness UpdateCalifornia snowpack is 160% higher than normal in first snow survey of the year, and US Dairy celebrates decision on Canadian restrictions.
Market LineCattle market under pressure as slaughter rates slow, creating an issue in the market.
Fruit Grower ReportThe messaging at last month's WSTFA Annual Meeting & Hort Show was focused on a look at the past as we prepare for what's to come.
Market LineCattle held steady to finish the week, while demand in the beef market is expected to pick up in the coming months.
Market LinePoor pollination in Argentina corn crops could put stress on future yield potentials, causing rippling effects in the market.
Market LineCattle continue to see selling pressure, adding to the losses from the day before.
Market LineThe Cattle Market cools off, however prices still holding strong matching 30 day highs.
Market LineThe Feeder Cattle Market looks promising as the new year starts, but what can we expect going forward?
Market Line. Markets were closed Friday due to the New Years, so let’s hear the recap from Terry Roggensack with the CME Group.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportThe American Farm Bureau's Sam Keiffer talks about the Bureau's top legislative priorities in 2022.
Fruit Grower ReportThe Export Landscape for Northwest Pears is changing, according to Kevin Moffitt, president of Pear Bureau Northwest.
Market LineSoybeans found support from Brazil rain, generating some great rally’s to finish the week.
Market LineFeeder Cattle find their way up the ladder, taking advantage of strong demand and a lull in the Corn Market.