Beef Market Update – The Feeder Hopes for the CDN Dollar and Feed Prices to Go Lower

In this weeks episode of the Beef Market Update, Anne Dunford discusses the need for cattle feeders to see feed prices and Canadian Dollar go lowr based on the calf placement prices. The reality is that this will probably not happen in the short term, which will lead to losses in this turn of cattle feeding.  Anne also addresses this weeks fat cattle price and how packers are still buying three weeks out to curb higher prices to the feeder. 

Anne Dunford, Gateway Livestock Exchange is based in Taber Alberta. If you have any questions for Anne to answer in future Beef Market Updates please send your questions to [email protected]

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