Rabo Analyst Shares String Of Uncertainties Impacting Market

By Colleen Schreiber DENVER — Trade agreements, African swine fever, and export markets in general were the topic of discussion during the international trade committee meeting at the recent National Cattlemen’s Beef Association summer meeting here. Don Close, senior animal protein analyst for Rabobank, told the group he’s never seen a market with more moving...

Lamb Market Remains In A Bit Of Flux As Fall Run Approaches

By Colleen Schreiber MONTROSE, Colo. — At the Colorado Wool Growers Association annual convention in mid-July, there was a bit of angst, certainly some uncertainty about where the lamb market was headed and in particular, how the fall run lambs would fair. The Northern video auction in its first major sale of the season in...

Tyson Execs, Governor Pledge Support To Industry, Community

By Colleen Schreiber It was a given that the cattle market last week would be impacted by the fire at Tyson’s Holcomb beef processing plant. It was a matter of perspective just how bad it was. Some thought it was unbelievably bad; others thought that it could have been much worse. The fed cattle market...

Texas Congressmen Address Urgency Of USMCA Vote

By Colleen Schreiber SAN ANGELO — The August congressional recess is nearing its end and while there are many important legislative issues that citizens are likely addressing with their respective constituents none is more critical than the passage of the U.S., Mexico, Canada Agreement. That was one of the messages offered by three U.S. Congressmen,...

Tyson Execs, Governor Pledge Support To Industry, Community

By Colleen Schreiber Just as Livestock Weekly was going to press Wednesday afternoon, Tyson Foods President and CEO, Noel White, Kansas Governor, Laura Kelly and President of Tyson Fresh Meats, Steve Stouffer were holding a press briefing in Garden City to offer an update on Tyson’s Holcomb beef processing plant fire. The gist of the...

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