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BeefCast 0473 - An Update on Traceability from California State Veterinarian Richard Breitmeyer - Part 1

BeefCast 0473 Show Notes:

BeefCast 0472 - Is More Brazilian Beef Bound for the US?

BeefCast 0472 Show Notes:
  • Glynn Tonsor, new livestock economist at Kansas State, share his thoughts on the current cattle market trends as well as some global impacts on our marketplace.

BeefCast 0470 - Wet Distillers May Be a Mistake for Heifers

BeefCast 0470 Show Notes:
  • Kansas State beef cattle scientist, John Jaeger talks about his research into using wet distillers' grain for replacement heifers and finishing cattle.

BeefCast update for April 2, 2010, What is the outlook for the beef cattle business climate?

Recently released and highly anticipated USDA reports illustrated good news for the livestock community, as corn prices continue to trend downward. Hopefully with good weather for the upcoming planting season, feed input prices will remain manageable. I want to broaden our outlook today by taking a look at the beef cattle business climate.

Beginning with Randy Blach, Cattle-Fax CEO, as he provides his viewpoint on the current market trends (Part 1 and Part 2).

BeefCast 0468 - What is the outlook for the beef cattle business climate? Randy Blach, Cattle-Fax explains. Part 2

BeefCast 0468 Show Notes:
  • Randy Blach, Cattle-Fax CEO, provides the outlook for the beef cattle business climate as he visited recently with the good folks at TSCRA. Part 2.

BeefCast 0467 - What is the outlook for the beef cattle business climate? Randy Blach, Cattle-Fax explains. Part 1

BeefCast 0467 Show Notes:
  • Randy Blach, Cattle-Fax CEO, provides the outlook for the beef cattle business climate as he visited recently with the good folks at TSCRA. Part 1.

BeefCast 0466 - What we need to know - The Capitol Hill Update by Colin Woodall - Part 3

BeefCast 0466 Show Notes:
  • Colin Woodall, National Cattlemen's Beef Association Executive Director of Legislative Affairs, brings us up to speed on all of the issues that are important to you and I, as cattle producers, currently being considered on capitol hill. Part 3.
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