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African swine fever, a highly contagious swine disease, is in the Dominican Republic. The disease does not infect people, but it can wipe out pork production in a region. Quick identification and containment are key to stopping its spread,...
A price channel consists of two parallel trend-lines providing support (bottom) and resistance (top) lines that contain price fluctuations.  Channels may be bullish (slanting upwards), bearish (slanting downwards), or neutral (horizontal). If you know others who would like to...
Source: Harvest Public Network Al Wulfekuhle doesn’t take biosecurity lightly. The pork producer showers before he goes into a barn and again as he leaves and asks the same of his employees. He even built a truck wash at his farm...
Tyson Foods, Inc. TSN posted impressive first-quarter fiscal 2022 results, with the top and the bottom line increasing year over year. Sales and earnings surpassed the Zacks Consensus Estimate. Quarter in Detail Adjusted earnings came in at $2.87 per share, beating...
Margins continued to strengthen starting off the first half of January as hog prices were steady to higher while the feed market posted a mild correction. The recent USDA WASDE did lower crop production in South America as expected,...
About the Guest Casey L. Bradley was born and raised on a swine and mixed crop operation in SW Michigan. She received a B.S. in Animal Science from Michigan State University. After graduation, Casey worked for New Fashion Pork on...
The Editors' Pick series is a collection of some of the best-read Charts of Note from 2021. USDA, Economic Research Service (ERS) editors selected these charts as worthy of a second read because they provided context for the year's...
Chicago Mercantile Exchange live cattle futures closed higher on Monday, bouncing off a three-week low on technical buying, analysts said. CME February live cattle settled up 0.775 cent at 138.850 cents per pound, rebounding after a dip to 136.850 cents,...
Dr. Elise Toohill is a veterinarian since 2018 with Carthage Veterinary Service, located in Illinois. Dr. Toohill completed her bachelor’s degree in animal sciences with a pre-veterinary medicine emphasis from the University of Minnesota and D.V.M. from the University...
Source: CME Chicago Mercantile Exchange live cattle futures weakened on Tuesday as worries about the new Omicron coronavirus variant rattled commodity and financial markets. Losses pulled live cattle futures down from contract highs reached in recent sessions. CME lean hog futures also...
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