At this stage, we still see little need to have feed purchases locked in any further out than June.
Having more than one plan in place, and maintaining flexibility can pay off in a wet or dry season
Small regional plant in North Platte will increase industry’s processing capacity.
What’s ahead for pork exports and shipments? Analyst Dave Bauer fills us in on what to expect.
Tariffs increased from 25.8% to 38.5% for 30 days beginning March 18 and ending April 16.
Wheat takes a moderate lead over its prior four-week average.
Preliminary data indicates a 43.9% year-over-year decrease in broiler processing volumes.
Disease actively influencing pork markets around the world, particularly China and Germany.
Fully funded export programs are critical to help U.S. farmers, ranchers and food exporters keep pace with the rest of the world’s exporting countries.
Continued strong pork demand, winter weather disruptions kept prices higher in February.