Western Livestock Journal - Markets http://www.wlj.net/articles.sec-14-1-markets.html <![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. ]]> <![CDATA[Fed cattle drift lower with packer losses]]> <![CDATA[Futures decline in late trade]]> <![CDATA[July meat export volume lower; value still on record pace]]> <![CDATA[Trend reverses, markets go up]]> <![CDATA[Restaurant Performance Index declines slightly for the second consecutive month]]>