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‘Clock management’ a key part of determining whether or not to grow dual-purpose wheat for grazing
STILLWATER, Okla. – Tick. Tick. Tick. The time is fast approaching when Oklahoma wheat producers will need to determine whether or not to grow dual-purpose wheat for grazing.
Located in Users / donald.stotts@okstate.edu
A stronger feeder cattle market looming this fall
STILLWATER, Okla. – After being on the defensive for much of the first half of 2013, feeder cattle markets are poised to hold stronger in the second half of the year.
Located in Users / donald.stotts@okstate.edu
Abundant forage providing flexibility to Oklahoma cattle producers
STILLWATER, Oklahoma – Abundant standing forage in state pastures may help cattle producers reduce hay needs and moderate cow costs this winter.
Located in Users / donald.stotts@okstate.edu
Beef markets bullish heading into coming holidays
STILLWATER, Okla. – Markets have been buoyed by tighter than expected supplies of beef, stronger than expected domestic demand, continued strong beef exports and speculative support in live and feeder cattle futures contracts.
Located in Users / donald.stotts@okstate.edu
Budget operating costs if planting sorghum in June
ENID, Okla. – Oklahoma farmers planting sorghum in June need to be aware that sugarcane aphid infestations before the boot stage can decimate their crop, underscoring the need to budget a corrective insecticide application before planting.
Located in Users / donald.stotts@okstate.edu
Cattle carcass weights affecting beef supply and demand factors
STILLWATER, Oklahoma – Bigger is not always better, as the old saying goes, and the U.S. cattle industry is taking stock of the role today’s larger animal carcasses can affect beef supply and demand factors.
Located in Users / donald.stotts@okstate.edu
Cattle herd rebuilding will be a slow process
STILLWATER, Okla. – Consumers looking at the price of beef in grocery store meat markets may be wishing more cattle were in the food production system to lower the hit on their wallets, but that is not likely to happen anytime soon.
Located in Users / donald.stotts@okstate.edu
Caution not fear key to managing beef herd expansion
STILLWATER, Okla. – The U.S. beef industry’s transition to greater beef supplies in 2016 has been a challenge for many, perhaps in part because younger producers and traders have never before participated in herd expansion, which last occurred in the early 1990s.
Located in Users / donald.stotts@okstate.edu
Chinese market likely a key component to future expansion of U.S. beef exports
STILLWATER, Okla. – It has been sort of the ultimate tease to the U.S. beef industry since the fall of 2016: The Chinese government’s expressed willingness to open China to American-produced beef.
Located in Users / donald.stotts@okstate.edu
Continued strong domestic and export beef demand expected for cattle industry
STILLWATER, Okla. – The cattle industry in general and feedlots in particular have done a good job managing growing livestock supplies for most of the last year, helping to minimize supply pressure coming to bear on cattle markets in the coming months.
Located in Users / donald.stotts@okstate.edu

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