Market trends

BeefCast 0378 - Expectations on the grain markets by Patrick Westhoff

BeefCast 0378 Show Notes:

  • Patrick Westhoff, Co-Director of the Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute, provides his thoughts on what to expect in the grain markets

BeefCast 0364 - The effects of H1N1 on the cattle markets and managing your risk

BeefCast 0364 Show Notes:

BeefCast 0355 - Jim Mintert discusses current market trends, export market changes and projected crop plantings

BeefCast 0355 Show Notes:

  • Jim Mintert, Livestock Economist, leads us in a discussion of current market trends, export market changes and projected crop plantings

BeefCast 0344, Jim Mintert updates the current fed, feeder, and boxed beef trade

BeefCast 0344 Show Notes:
  • Jim Mintert, Livestock Economist, updates the current fed, feeder, and boxed beef trade in addition to the current market trends

BeefCast 0326, Thoughts on the Cattle on Feed report and trends we can expect in the marketplace.

BeefCast 0326 Show Notes:

  • Jim Mintert, Kansas State University Livestock Economist, shares his thoughts on the Cattle on Feed report as well as what trends we can expect in the marketplace

BeefCast 0317

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BeefCast 0309 for December 15 2008

BeefCast 0309 Show Notes:

  •  Livestock economist, Jim Mintert, shares his thoughts on the market trends we are currently seeing and predictions on how the year will wrap up.
  • Visit Jim's newletter here.

BeefCast 0294 for November 7 2008

BeefCast 0294 Show Notes:

  • Highlights from the BEEF Quality Summit: Mike Miller, COO of Cattle-Fax, addresses the trends and changes in various segments of our marketplace.

BeefCast 0281 for October 8 2008

BeefCast 0281 Show Notes:

  •  Jim Mintert, Livestock Economist, explains the trickle down of the financial crisis and its effects on the fed and feeder markets.

BeefCast 0270 for September 8 2008

BeefCast 0270 Show Notes:

  •  Jim Mintert, Livestock Market Economist at Kansas State University, shares his thoughts on the current trends in the fed, feeder and grain markets.
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