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As some analysts project double-digit increases in feed costs moving into 2021, many producers will be considering more alternative feed sources to keep livestock in good body condition moving through the winter months.

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In many cases, farmers are making harvest appointments 12 to 24 months in advance at small processors and cattle for these appointments may not have even been born or procured. This increases the importance of pairing proper cattle selection and nutritional management with careful planning to optimize direct marketing opportunities.

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In January, there will be several changes which will impact farmers and ranchers, including leadership positions for key committees and the secretary of Agriculture.

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Water is in short supply in the West as it has always been. Last week, we learned the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) is going to try and capitalize on Western water, specifically California water.