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Feature articles this week:

  • Global Marketing Outlook - Global beef prices have risen consecutively each quarter since the third quarter of 2020, near to historical highs from 2014. A laundry list of world-wide events has coincided to support the swelling: inflationary pressure from transfer payments, gross domestic product (GDP) recovery, periodic injections of food service demand, labour and transport pains, all amidst ongoing outbreaks of African Swine Fever (ASF) and tightening global red-meat supply ...
  • Markets Pricing in Optimism - The fall cattle market so far this year has had its share of challenges. Ample fed supplies has kept fed prices relatively flat so far in the fourth quarter, cow prices hit some of the lowest prices in over 10 years this fall, and calf and feeder prices have been under pressure mainly due to high feed costs, and some volume pressure due to drought. Although fed prices have been generally disappointing, prices in the fourth quarter in Alberta and Ontario are near the second highest on record ...

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