Western Livestock Journal - Markets http://www.wlj.net/articles.sec-14-1-markets.html <![CDATA[Cutouts finally climb, leave margins behind]]> <![CDATA[Corn prices are expected to edge up, could pressure fed cattle bids in 2015]]> <![CDATA[China's growing demand for meat]]> <![CDATA[Cattle on Feed called neutral; 26 months of declines]]> The most recent Cattle on Feed report, released Friday, Oct. 24, was called roundly neutral for its lack of divergence from the past year, and for falling in line with prereport estimates. There was one additional slaughter day in September 2014 compared to 2013. ]]> <![CDATA[Interest strong, competition intense at Paris food show]]> About 150,000 participants from more than 100 countries are in attendance at the five-day event. A majority of those attending are from the European Union, but SIAL also attracts a large number of buyers and other food industry professionals from Russia, the Middle East and many Asian countries including Japan and China. ]]> <![CDATA[A tale of two markets]]> <![CDATA[Brazil set to expand feedlots, grain feeding]]> <![CDATA[Corn yields raised in recent WASDE report]]> <![CDATA[Outside issues worry beef, cattle markets]]> <![CDATA[October rain equals stocker demand]]> <![CDATA[Falling gasoline prices: There are lots of reasons why]]> <![CDATA[Scarcity creates land opportunities]]> <![CDATA[Second verse, same as the first]]> <![CDATA[Section 1031 exchanges targeted in congressional tax reforms]]> <![CDATA[Whose mountains are these? Recreation vs. production]]> <![CDATA[Futures dominate the market with gains]]> <![CDATA[Record calf prices boost bottom line]]> <![CDATA[Cattle on Feed report neutral to bearish]]> Last week saw the release of two monthly reports relating to meat markets; the Cattle on Feed report and the Cold Storage report. ]]> <![CDATA[Beef demand not as strong as expected]]> <![CDATA[$2 Corn and what it could mean]]> As corn prices steadily fall as word of a record corn crop grows with every telling, animal ag producers rejoice. Cheap corn means cheap feed. Cheap feed means better margins for those raising livestock that eat corn. ]]>