Ag experts: Expect beef prices to continue to climb for two more years
This summer’s drought hit farmers and consumers immediately, and experts warned that more bad effects could follow.
Due to that drought, beef prices are on the rise, which experts say won’t level off for a few years.
Take care using hay purchased from elsewhere
Gayle Smith Tri-State Livestock News
Many ranchers have avoided problems with noxious weeds, like leafy spurge and knapweed, through continuous range monitoring and careful ranch management.
Cattle producers brace for higher feed costs
The Western Producer
The drought in the U.S. corn belt and a month long closure of the XL Foods plant in Brooks, Alta., have had wide ranging affects on North American beef markets.